Non-life insurance can be broken into permanent and short-term policies, and also includes other types of insurance cover. This might extend to vehicle insurance, property insurance or travel insurance. Other examples include health policies, which provide benefits in the event of a health occurrence.
Other examples of non-life insurances, which might cover machinery or equipment, buildings, household and other structures, could include:
- Guarantee policy: Provides benefits if an event contemplated in the policy occurs.
- Liability policy: Provides benefits if a liability or perceived liability occurs.
- Miscellaneous policy: Provides benefits if any event contemplated in the policy occurs.
- Motor policy: Provides benefits if any event relating to the risk, ownership and usage of a motor vehicle occurs.
- Transportation policy: Provides for benefits for use or ownership of a vessel, aircraft or other craft for the conveyancing of persons or goods by air, land, water or space.
- Personal accident: Benefits against accidental bodily injury.