ALE

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AcronymDefinition
ALEAutomatic Link Establishment
ALEApplication Link Enabling
ALEAdult Learning and Education
ALEApplicable Large Employer (US IRS)
ALEAtomic Layer Epitaxy
ALEAlewife (FAO fish species code)
ALEAlleanza Libera Europea (Italian: European Free Alliance)
ALEAgence Locale pour l'Emploi (Belgium)
ALEAlternative Learning Experience
ALEAddress Latch Enable
ALEAttribute Logic Engine
ALEAdvanced Linux Environment
ALEApplication Link Enabled
ALEAncestry Library Edition (genealogical database)
ALEAntarctic Logistics & Expeditions (tour company; Salt Lake City, UT)
ALEAgence Locale de l'Energie (French: Local Energy Agency)
ALEAlcohol Law Enforcement
ALEAvid Log Exchange (software)
ALEAtlanta Linux Enthusiasts
ALEAdvanced Lipoxidation End-Product (biochemistry)
ALEAlliance Libre Européenne (French: European Free Alliance)
ALEAdditional Living Expense (insurance)
ALEAuditors' Local Evaluation (UK)
ALEApplication Level Event
ALEAutomatic Link Exchange (software)
ALEAssociation Liégeoise d'Electricité (French: Liege Electricity Association; Liege, Belgium)
ALEAttribute-Logic Engine
ALEAviation Logistics Environment
ALEAssistance League of the Eastside (Redmond, WA)
ALEAnnual Loss Expectancy
ALEArid Lands Ecology Reserve
ALEAirlift Liaison Element (US DoD)
ALEAdvanced Learning Environment
ALEAnti-Lamenessing Engine (images)
ALEAjax Linking & Embedding (software)
ALEAdaptive Line Enhancement (technique)
ALEApplication Launching and Embedding (Citrix technology to present data to users)
ALEAddress Lifetime Expectation (IETF)
ALEArctic Learning Environment
ALEApple Lossless Encoding
ALEApplication Linking and Embedding
ALEArbitrary Langrangian-Eulerian (code)
ALEAlarm Enable
ALEAutomated Link Establishment
ALEAlpine, TX, USA - Alpine Texas (Airport Code)
ALEArmy Liaison Element (US Army)
ALEAir Launched Expendable
ALEAirport Lighting Equipment
ALEAtmospheric Lifetimes Experiment
ALEAIRES Lifecycle Extension
ALEAutomatic Live Encoding
ALEAgencia Laín Entralgo (Madrid, Spain)
ALEAmmunition Lethality Enhancement
ALEApprovals Liaison Engineer
ALEAtmospheric Luminosity Experiment
ALEArizona LAN Enthusiasts
ALEAutomatic Link Equipment
ALEApplied Learning Experience
ALEActive Launching and Embedding (Citrix Systems)
ALEATM Link Enhancer
ALEAlways Leave Early (sports)
ALEAccount Level Equivalence (computer security)
ALEAdd Link Exchange (software)
ALEAirport Landing Equipment
ALEAutomated Logistics Environment (US DoD)
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This analysis of both residential and commercial properties accounts for building, content, and Additional Living Expense, and the estimated losses include fire, smoke, demand surge and debris removal.
His company was introducing major product changes, such as higher deductibles and altering additional living expense provisions, to make homeowners coverage more affordable and at the same time reduce the company's risk exposure.
Answer: Additional living expense is designed to keep the insured at his normal standard of living.
"And here they would still be, George, if you had been around to provide that good homeowners' policy that would have not only paid for their property, but also provided the additional living expense to give them safe and secure shelter until their home was rebuilt."
They may allow for recycling instead of sending debris to a landfill; permit replacement of outdated appliances with energy-saving models; provide extensions to the period of restoration and additional living expense coverage; and cover the increased costs associated with green compliance.
The California Department of Insurance issued a notice to insurers requesting they extend additional living expense coverage by a full year to survivors whose additional living expense benefits will expire within months.
Chubb's primary flood product has an automatic limit of $7,500 of additional living expense, and gives customers the ability to purchase up to $100,000 of additional living expense coverage, Spicer said.
Will the insurer pay for the additional living expense under the "governmental action" clause in Smith's policy?
Generally speaking, consumers require alternatives to the NFIP when they need higher limits than the $250,000 residential, $100,000 personal contents and $500,000 commercial limits offered by the NFIP; coverage that is enhanced such as replacement cost rather than the actual cash value, or the ability to schedule multiple properties on one policy; or additional coverage such as additional living expense, basements, or business interruption.
* Additional living expense. This is an important coverage if your house is uninhabitable following a covered loss.
* Survivors were told their additional living expense benefit would expire in 12 months.
Damage claims require prompt attention, since factors such as loss of use, car rental, additional living expense and business income increase by the hour.
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