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Personal Injury: What Is It and What Are Some Examples? Unlike accidental events that result in a person suffering a serious injury (called bodily injury) or property that is damaged or destroyed (called property damage); personal injury usually involves one person’s alleged interference with another person’s legal rights. It also applies to incidents that harm another person’s

Internet Insurance Information

Wednesday, 11 April 2012 by

The Internet, due to this medium’s connection to savvy, technologically astute consumers, has become an ideal method for promoting and selling insurance products. However, even as greater advantage is being taken of electronic insurance transactions, it is important to keep a bit of old, yet still excellent advice – “Let the buyer beware.” Possible Danger

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Most insurance policies are designed to cover the following: single individuals traditional married couples traditional family – husband, wife, children relatives sharing the same household However, when two or more unrelated individuals live in the same residence and/or share the use of the same vehicle(s), the coverage situation becomes confused. It’s still common for either

Credit Based Insurance Scoring

Tuesday, 28 February 2012 by

Insurance companies use different sources of information about a person that supplements an application. For auto coverage, motor vehicle reports are ordered. For home coverage, physical inspections may be needed. Another tool that is widely used for underwriting is credit-based scoring. Use of this method was once controversial but, by and large, it has gained

Insurance Fraud

Wednesday, 01 February 2012 by

Insurance fraud makes victims out of insurance companies and their customers. In common terms, insurance fraud is lying to or deceiving an insurer in order to make money or to become insured. Some common fraud schemes include: “padding” (inflating the true amount of) a claim lying or hiding (concealing) important information when applying for insurance

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Special Property – Part 1

Saturday, 21 January 2012 by

A standard homeowners policy offers a limit equal to half of the amount reserved for the residence (ex. Your home is covered for $150,000, so your contents and furnishings are covered for $75,000). While this is generous coverage, it doesn’t extend to all types of property nor for all causes of loss. Certain types of

A Stormy Issue

Wednesday, 18 January 2012 by

When the topic of exotic, ideal locations for vacations comes up; island paradises and tropical locales are always popular. The water, the beaches, the warm winds are very attractive conditions. However, they are also the originating locales for tropical storms and hurricanes. The dark side of the tropics is that all of the water and

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Insuring Jewelry

Friday, 11 November 2011 by

Most homeowner policies provide very limited coverage for jewelry. The reason for this is that jewelry is high-valued (especially in relation to its size), is easily lost or destroyed and is vulnerable to theft (as well as fraud). If you only own a modest amount of jewelry (say just a few hundred dollars), perhaps the

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