### How much will the insurer pay for each of these losses

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Nick and Sheila Preston are married and have purchased a comprehensive major medical policy which covers them and their two sons, Wally and Brent. The policy has a \$500 calendar year family deductible, a \$2,500 stop-loss provision, and an 80% coinsurance clause. The following losses occur: On January 1, 2004 Sheila was treated for an infection at a cost of \$200, on July 1, 2004 Wally was treated for an injury suffered while waterskiing at a cost of \$10,000, on December 5, 2004 Nick underwent eye surgery at a cost of \$5,000, and on January 5, 2005 Brent was treated for a broken leg at a cost of \$2,000. How much will the insurer pay for each of these losses?

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