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  • Why Windsurfers Need Insurance by Ian Mcculloch

    Windsurfing insurance or sailboard insurance as it is sometimes called, can be a fairly low cost expense. Most insurance companies will offer cover for your windsurf board on coastal and inland waters. They will cover you during travelling to and from the water and also if you store your board in a secure locked area. Standard practise is to provide cover for accidental loss or damage, fire and theft. Your policy should include public liability insurance, as this is often a requirement before you are


  • What is the Best Boat Insurance Company? by John Martinez Jr

    There is no answer when someone asks which boat insurance company is best. There are so many options it is difficult to determine the best. It really all depends on what the specific needs of the person you want to make sure the boat.


  • The 411 on AFLAC - Is This Supplemental Insurance Right For You? by Jonathan Kraft

    You've doubt seen this duck that loves to quack "AFLAC!" Have you wondered just what AFLAC stands for? The acronym is for American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus (Georgia). But have you also wondered if you need this supplemental insurance for your family?


  • Disability Benefits: Are You Considered Disabled? by Jack Burton

    If you are considering applying for disability it is important to understand what Social Security considers to be disabled. Here are several questions to help you decide if your medical condition meets Social Security¡¯s criteria for approval.


  • How to Obtain Flood Insurance in Florida by Damien Dro Amerson

    All across the United States, there are a large number of homeowners who have flood insurance coverage on their homes. An even larger number of homeowners do not have flood insurance coverage, even though they should. Due to a large number of natural disaster and rare weather events, there are many American homeowners that are interested in obtaining flood insurance coverage for their home.


  • Top Ten Questions About Workers' Compensation by Deirdre Reedy

    Injured in a work-related accident? Workers' Compensation law can be confusing, particularly when you are recovering from serious injuries. Following are some of the most frequently asked questions about Workers' Compensation and work-related injuries.


  • Can I Work and Still Get Disability Benefits? by Becca Rode

    This can be a complicated question, as are most questions regarding the subject of Social Security disability. Can you work and still get disability benefits? The answer is possibly. It is possible, but it depends on the amount of money you make and when you are doing it.


  • Calculate Back Injury Compensation Claim Amount! by Sadhna D

    If you have met with an accident due to the negligence of someone, you can make a claim. The amount of compensation, you can receive depends on several factors. It depends on the type of injury you have suffered, the place where the injury occurred, the amount of losses or damages you have suffered, etc. Even though, the amount of compensation for each injury varies dramatically, accident claims specialists can give you an approximate idea of the amounts of compensation you can claim.


  • Occupational Accident Insurance For The Best Protection by Dean Forster

    Accidents and hazards are part of our day to day life, and they are sometimes related to our occupation as well. You may suffer from an accident while performing your job. Such accident may result in your untimely loss of life, or temporary or permanent disability. While most hazards can be foreseen, accidents occur without warning. Therefore, it is proper to be prepared for any such accident, and its consequential affects. An occupational accident insurance might just be the answer you need. It is an accident insurance for your protection.


  • Medicare Supplement Plans - Medigap Plans M and N by Garrett Ball

    Medicare Supplement plans have been primarily the same since 1992, when they were originally standardized. However, as of June 1, 2010, the Federal Government is mandating changes to these plans. Some of our other articles have addressed changes to existing plans and the removal of some of the existing plans, but this article is intended to explain how the two newest plans, Medigap Plan M and Medigap Plan N work and the coverage that they will provide.


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