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Where can you print insurance forms?

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Because insurance forms are typically proprietary and specific to the type of insurance, the insurer's website is the place to find printable insurance forms, reports Leland-West. Many insurers use Adobe's PDF file format, so having Acrobat Reader is often necessary to view and print these documents.

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The insurance industry often refers to insurance policies as policy forms because of their boilerplate contents, says Leland-West. Other forms are necessary for handling various interactions with the insurer.

Most insurance companies have standard claims forms to file when the insured needs to make use of an insurance policy. However, companies also often have forms for making specific changes to existing policies. For example, if a person purchases an annuity directly through MetLife and wishes to change its beneficiary, he must download, fill out and submit the company's Change of Beneficiary form, reports MetLife.

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