There are two compensation responses to a loss: Actual Cash Value and Replacement Cost. Most insurance coverage will be subject to a deductible. This is the monetary portion of the risk that the insured is prepared to self-insure. It is as a cost saving measure to both the insured and the insurance company. A higher deductible will normally correspond to a premium saving for the insured unless there are mitigating factors. Correspondingly, the insurance company can save on expenses by not having to adjust smaller losses.
Actual Cash Value
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