Farmers' Mutual Fire and Windstorm Insurance in the United States
U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1956 - Agricultural insurance - 87 pages
This bulletin is the result of an effort to learn more about the operating methods of the farm mutuals, by types of companies, regions, volume of insurance carried, and size of operating territory, and the extent to which these and other factors are associated with loss and expense rates, assessment income, and size of safety funds.
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SPECIALIZED FARMERS MUTUAL WINDSTORM
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$100 of insurance AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE amount of insurance Appalachian average Based on companies basis Belt and Lake buildings Cents Cents Cents cents per $100 companies that operate company's Corn Belt costs county or less December 31 Delta distribution of sample end of table farm fire mutuals farm property fire and lightning fire companies fire insurance companies fire losses footnotes at end force on December income from members increased insurance in force insurance on farm items per $100 losses paid minimum-loss clause mutual fire insurance mutual windstorm insurance North Dakota Number Number Number Number of companies operating expenses operating territory panies percent of value Percent Percent Percent Percentage distribution premium region reinsurance safety funds sample farmers selected operating items Southeastern Specialized farmers specialized wind companies table 14 type of company underinsurance volume of insurance wind business wind losses wind peril wind risks wind-writing companies wind-writing fire mutuals windstorm insurance companies