Insurance

What is Exposure?

Exposure

[ik-spoh-zher]

noun

1.

Exposure is an individual’s inclination to Risk in their daily life. For example, the more a person drives their car, the higher their Exposure to an accident. Insurance companies use Exposure to measure the risks of taking on certain policies and to help determine Premiums.

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