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Contributions income of statutory accident insurance in Germany attained 12.98 billion Euros in 2014

New data on property and casualty insurance in Germany have been presented by German Insurance Association. The numbers demonstrate a 1.49% growth in comparison to the previous year, adding up to 0.19 billion Euros.

Contributions income of statutory accident insurance in Germany attained 12.98 billion Euros in 2014
Date Billion Euros Variation
2014 12.98 1.49
2013 12.79 0.47
2012 12.73 3.16
2011 12.34 3.52
2010 11.92 2.85
2009 11.59 -1.78
2008 11.80 N/A

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Main Property And Casualty Insurance Indicators

  • Accident Insurance Gross Premium Written

    Total premium on insurance underwritten by an accident insurer or reinsurer during a specified period, before deduction of reinsurance premium. It is the sum of the direct and assumed premium written and represents an indicator of the importance of the accident insurance industry in a given country. Usually measured in millions or billions of national currency. Accident insurance refers to insurance policies covering unforseen bodily injuries caused by an unexpected event or circumstance without deliberate intent. Based on: US National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

  • Accident Insurance Revenue

    Revenue generated by accident insurance industry, usually expressed in millions or billions of national currency. Accident insurance refers to insurance policies covering unforseen bodily injuries caused by an unexpected event or circumstance without deliberate intent. Based on: US National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

  • Accident Insurance Coverage

    Percentage of population covered by accident insurance. Accident insurance refers to insurance policies covering unforseen bodily injuries caused by an unexpected event or circumstance without deliberate intent. Based on: US National Association of Insurance Commissioners.