Insurance in the United States refers to the market for risk in the United States, the world's largest insurance market by premium volume.[1] Of the $4.640 trillion of gross premiums written worldwide in 2013, $1.274 trillion (27%) were written in the United States.[1]

Insurance, generally, is a contract in which the insurer agrees to compensate or indemnify another party (the insured, the policyholder or a beneficiary) for specified loss or damage to a specified thing (e.g., an item, property or life) from certain perils or risks in exchange for a fee (the insurance premium).[2] For example, a property insurance company may agree to bear the risk that a particular piece of property (e.g., a car or a house) may suffer a specific type or types of damage or loss during a certain period of time in exchange for a fee from the policyholder who would otherwise be responsible for that damage or loss. That agreement takes the form of an insurance policy.[3]

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Health Insurance

Get information on health insurance, including Medicaid, Medicare, and find help paying for medical bills. 

  • Finding Health InsuranceOfficial government information on getting common types of health insurance.
  • Medicaid and CHIPLearn about Medicaid, low cost or free healthcare for people with low incomes.
  • MedicareGet answers to common questions about Medicare, a health insurance program from the federal government.
  • Paying for Medical CareLearn about sources of financial help for medical care.

Disable iOS OTA Update On iPhone

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to disable or block iOS OTA updates on iPhone or iPad without jailbreak.

In a world where new jailbreaks are on the horizon for iPhones and iPads and Apple is working hard to plug the holes within iOS that jailbreakers exploit in order to execute code that isn’t signed, there may be occasions where iOS is prompting a user to install an update which they simply want to avoid.

We all know how irritating it can be to have iOS constantly nag about an update that needs to be installed, but it’s even more annoying when you simply don’t want to install that update for whatever reason. What you need is a way to make those update prompts go away.

If you’re already jailbroken, then doing just that is likely a simple case of installing a new tweak, but if you are not jailbroken, things could potentially be a little more difficult. As it turns out though, things are a little simpler than you might expect, and the method for making iOS stop prompting for an update is pretty clever, indeed. Here’s what you need to do.

Note: If you already have a pending OTA update showing up on your device, you need to first remove it by navigating to Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage and then selecting Manage Storage from under Storage and then locating the pending OTA update and tap Delete Update.

Step 1: Fire up Safari on the device that you want to prevent from offering iOS updates repeatedly.

Step 2: Point Safari to this 

Disable iOS OTA Update 

On iPhone