general insurance (ˈdʒɛnərəl ɪnˈʃʊərəns)
- (insurance) insurance (such as house insurance and car insurance) that does not insure someone's
Example Sentences Including 'general insurance'
NRMA president Nicholas Whitlam said SGIO policyholders would benefit from becoming part of the country's largest general insurance group.
The scope of new products is also immense in the general insurance category.
Business Today (1999)
These vacancies include life and pensions, actuarial, financial consultants, investment, general insurance and office support.
Glasgow Herald (2002)
This comes after a period of underperformance for CBA's general insurance arm.
The Australian (2005)
This means that it is only just making a profit on underwriting general insurance risks -- 100 per cent is break even.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
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