Investments glossary

Loss Adjustment Expense (LAE)

A loss adjustment expense (LAE) is an expense associated with investigating and settling an insurance claim. Medically, LAE is an abbreviation for left atrial enlargement. This refers to an enlargement of the left atrium, which is linked to heart failure and atrial fibrillation.

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