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5 health care predictions for the rest of 2018

By on Apr 27, 2018 in Life and Health, Uncategorized |

In a recent New York Times interview, President Trump was quoted as saying the following regarding health plans: “So now I have associations, I have private insurance companies coming and will sell private health care plans to people through associations. That’s gonna be millions and millions of people. People have no idea how big that is. And by the way, and for...

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Tips on how to lower car insurance rates in 2018

By on Apr 27, 2018 in Personal Protection, Uncategorized |

Car insurance rates can be crippling, especially if you’re young, have been caught up in accidents, or if you’re not able to afford to latest state-of-the-art car with futuristic safety features. Though car insurance premiums can be a pain to pay, here we offer you 8 tips on lowering your car insurance rates in 2018. 1. Car insurance discounts There are numerous...

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6 Steps to Take Following a Vehicle Collision

By on Dec 16, 2017 in Personal Protection, Uncategorized |

Vehicle collisions happen each day to drivers of all ages. They are part of life in big cities and small towns. Knowing the correct actions to take following an auto collision can have a lasting impact on insurance premiums and possible legal repercussions. Take the correct measures to stay protected. Here are 6 steps to take following a vehicle collision: 1. Get to...

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Personal Auto Policy Voided Because of Business Driving

By on Nov 20, 2017 in Personal Protection, Uncategorized |

Entrepreneurs utilizing personal vehicles for business may want to consider extra insurance protection. Making deliveries and service calls with personal vehicles may limit insurance coverage. This can be true for accidents while working or while on personal business. A local small business owner learned this the hard way. On the way to visit a friend there was a...

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Making Workers Safe With Guardrails

By on Oct 11, 2017 in Construction, Uncategorized |

Construction sites are active environments. Active transfer of people and materials creates the potential for anything to happen. Site safety is a regulated industry. Safety standards and guidelines in place by OSHA and the International Code Council help maintain site and worker safety These agencies recommend safety measures developed following years of real-world...

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One Insurance Mis-Step Can Risk Your Business

By on Aug 11, 2017 in Down to Business, Uncategorized |

In 2008 Leo Welder started ChooseWhat.com. Within a year he was being sued by J2 Global for using the term “e-fax”. It was totally out of the blue and unexpected. Sadly, he found his insurance didn’t protect him from this claim. Yes, he purchased insurance but was missing coverage for intellectual property litigation. Both companies eventually settled but only after...

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