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  2. Chain Ladder Method (CLM)

    A method for calculating the claims reserve requirement in an ...
  3. Expected Loss Ratio (ELR) Method

    A technique used to determine the projected amount of claims ...
  4. Frequency-Severity Method

    An actuarial method for determining the expected number of claims ...
  5. Injury-In-Fact Trigger

    A coverage trigger theory that states that policy coverage activates ...
  6. Tortfeasor

    The individual, company, or entity that is found to have committed ...
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