impact loss

impact loss

[′im‚pakt ‚lȯs]
(fluid mechanics)
Loss of head in a flowing stream due to the impact of water particles upon themselves or some bounding surface.
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In an attempt to quantify the changes, Deloitte's actuarial practice used several models to determine how the future of mobility might impact loss events and total premium.
However, many are recognizing the value of predictive modeling to favorably impact loss costs, expenses and premium growth.
This would impact loss severity and insurance premiums.
If a PCB material is prone to absorb moisture, the water content can impact loss performance and impedance stability.
However, there are suggestions that it the traditional insurance mechanism may not be able to (or want to) keep up with the growing need for capacity in the face of low probability/high impact loss potentials.
The longer we wait, the longer and bigger will be our growing daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly loss of research impact because of access-denial to would-be users worldwide (a 336-percent impact loss, according to Lawrence in Nature 2001).
Slow premium growth, however, will negatively impact loss ratios, Conning expects, leading to an increase in the commercial lines loss ratio from 76.
Arianna Brina, associate financial analyst, said: "The insurance sector was exposed to high levels of suspected fraud and claims even before Italy's economic downturn, and these continue to impact loss ratios.
Arianna Brina, associate financial analyst, said: The insurance sector was exposed to high levels of suspected fraud and claims even before Italy s economic downturn, and these continue to impact loss ratios.
In addition, there was a significant reduction in insulin resistance (measured as HOMA-IR) that may also impact loss of abdominal fat and improve the well-being of people who suffer from type 2 diabetes.
So for this company, out of each incremental dollar spent on underwriting, only 47 cents is spent on programs that impact loss costs.