general insurance

general insurance (uncountable)

  1. (insurance) A form of insurance that is not contingent on the death or survival of a person. Sometimes excludes health insurance as well. Common personal forms include car insurance, home insurance, and travel insurance, alongside a range of commercial types of insurance.
  • non-life insurance
  • property and casualty insurance

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