morale hazard


A hazard that is based in the insured's attitude toward the insured belongings. This hazard exists when the insured no longer cares about his or her possessions because they are insured, for example, when an insured hopes to be in a car accident in order to have the insurance pay for a new car.

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You should try to make sure that you get rid of any morale hazard that may be slowing things down.

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We felt like it was a morale hazard and we should not go through with it at all, because it would hurt us.

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My co-worker and I had a frank talk about whether my client may be a morale hazard situation and whether or not I should intervene more strongly.

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