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Nov 23 2015
About 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Other statistics of concern to dog owners include:
“TNC”, a term for transportation network companies (also known as ride-sharing services) like Uber and Lyft, are based on individuals using personally-owned vehicles to transport passengers for a fee.
Sep 21 2015
Standard homeowner’s policies automatically include coverage for “Additional Living Expense.” Simply put, this valuable provision will pay any additional living cost you incur due to your home being rendered uninhabitable as the result of significant damage from a covered loss, …
While lightning is typically included as a covered cause of loss in a homeowner’s insurance policy, damage to electronics and digital items arising from brownouts is often limited or excluded. A brownout, which is a steady state where voltage falls …
We hope you will not find yourself numbered among the nearly 10,000,000 car accidents occurring on our nation’s roads each year. But, if you are, the experts at the Insurance Information Institute recommend you take at least the following 4 …
Mar 18 2015
Flooding has long been the costliest and most devastating disaster in the United States. Ninety percent of all presidentially-declared disasters involve flooding. However, homeowner insurance policies do not cover flood damages. Spring showers are just around the corner – learn …
Feb 09 2015
Typically, road surfaces are impacted by freezing temperatures, sleet, snow, or ice. When treated with a bath of de-icing salts and chemicals, they often end up with a slew of potholes.
Aug 04 2014
Is your personal watercraft listed among the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s (NICB) five most stolen watersport items? Jet skis, runabouts, utility boats, cruisers, and sailboats are on thieves’ list of favorites. What’s worse, fewer than half of stolen watercraft are …
Jul 14 2014
If you are hosting a children’s party this summer, be aware of the signs your young guests might be falling victim to the heat. FamilyDoctor.org offers the following valuable information.
Jun 25 2014
The electrical currents given off into the surrounding waters by improperly wired or grounded boats, marinas, and docks can cause as much harm to swimmers as a hair dryer dropped into a bathtub affects a bather, according to the Electric Shock …