Definition of "Schedule p reserve"

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Statutory reserve for automobile liability, representing specific dollar estimates for future claims. The national association OF insurance commissioners (naic) established formulas to project the amount that liability insurers must put aside for unpaid claims. These formulas are based on the assumption that future claims will approximate those paid out in recent years. The name comes from the NAIC convention annual statement blank, where it is designated as Schedule P.

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