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The truth about insurances

In Europe, only those terms and conditions of the insurance companies are good, which are compulsory required by law.  In this case, the insurance terms and conditions are governed by law. For all other classes of insurances the insurance companies are free in setting up their own terms and conditions.

The insurance companies are very creative in inventing new products. All this products have one thing in common: It should bring more earnings and in the best case no expenses.  For this they are inventing insurances against risks, which should never happen. The insurance policy itself is written in normal sized characters. The full terms and conditions are written in so small letters that you need a magnifying glass to read them. The insurance conditions are written in a jargon that you need to consult a lawyer who translates them into an understandable language.  To confuse the policyholder more, the attached insurance conditions are for all by the insurance company offered insurances and not only for the specific case. The purpose of this procedure is that the customer does not read and understand the terms of the insurance and that he trusts to the spoken statements given by the insurance agent. In front of the law court are only the written terms and conditions valid. If you analyze this terms and conditions you’ll get the result that all the possible requirements for a claim are excluded.

For example: You can make an insurance against fire of a potato field. You will only be able to file an insurance case if the potato field has been under water as the fire has started. A volcanic eruption is excluded as a natural disaster. If the unlikely case really happens, then the payment of the damages gets dismissed for the reason, that the potato field got destroyed first by the water and not by the fire.

Don’t forget: Each business is done to maximize the profit of the company and their shareholders.