Today’s Crossword Puzzle deals with insurance and insurance companies. We hope you enjoy it. Don’t forget to come back and see the solutions in next week’s post.
A request to your insurance company to pay for damage or loss. (5)
Physical harm impairing the value, usefulness, or normal function of something. (7)
You may choose this type of insurance to protect your car or truck. (4)
Managing or organizing the work of a company. (14)
You might choose this type of insurance to protect your house. (4)
Tell a customer how much something will cost. (5)
When something is taken without permission. (6)
A type of insurance you might choose to protect your business. (10)
The conditions of an agreement or contract. (5)
A type of insurance you might choose to protect yourself or a loved one in case of death. (4)
The amount you pay for insurance during a particular period. (7)
A part or section, of a company where people do a particular kind of work. (10)
Put an end to the existence of (something) by damaging or attacking it. (9)
Past and past participle of lose. Be deprived of or cease to have or retain. (4)
Harmed or wounded. (7)
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