GLOSSARY

LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSE (LAE)

LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSE (LAE) – Means all expenditures of an insurer associated with the adjustment, recording and settlement of claims other than the indemnity itself. There are two types of LAE.  Allocated Loss Adjustment Expense (ALAE) is identified by the claim file in the insurers record, such as attorney’s fees.  Unallocated Loss Adjustment Expense (ULAE)  is the fixed cost an insurer bears to be able to process claims regardless of the individual claims.

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