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E & O Insurance for Notaries by Lisa T
We humans all make mistakes from time to time, however in a professional arena some honest mistakes, can cost the company, or individual dearly. E & O insurance may be a way to protect your life savings.
How to Lower Your Health Insurance Premiums by Mansi Aggarwal
Human beings are mortal. Though every single life has to terminate one day yet it is the very nature of rational agents to plan for the expected as well as the unexpected happenings in their future. The most prudent plan to secure your and the lives of your loved ones is to get your life insured.
Medical Billing and Insurance Fraud by Ricci Mathew
A big chunk of the total claims received by insurers are fraudulent claims that run into billions of dollars annually. Health Insurance fraud is today a very serious problem and a great challenge, as it has proved to be very costly to the US health-care system.
Third Party Liability Pet Insurance by Michael Bens
Third Party Insurance is generally for vicious dogs. Few policies often will provide coverage for cats; however, the policy is rare, since cats often pose no threats. The third party will provide liability coverage to owners whose animal has caused harm, either by biting or damaging property. The damage or injures will include coverage for animal attack on other animals.
Insurance Fraud - Spotting Insurance Scams by Louis Zhang
The majority of people who commit insurance fraud don't think they're hurting anybody directly. In fact, they think they're hurting major corporations who have enough money that they don't care anyway. This is not the case. In the United States, insurance scams cost an estimated $875 per person annually. It adds up to approx. $80 billion per year, and with the rapid growth of technology, it's getting harder and harder to catch.
Boat Insurance - Top Frequently Asked Questions by Lorraine Grant
If you're buying a boat or you already own one, boating or marine insurance is a necessity. This article cover the top frequently asked questions about boating insurance and why it's so important to have.
What To Do When You Suffer An Injury On The Job? by Jerry Lutkenhaus
An injury on the job is usually governed by the workers compensation rules in your state. You should have a working knowledge of these rules so that you can be properly compensated if you do suffer an injury on the job. In Virginia your employer is required to post a short summary of your rights in a conspicuous place.
Michigan Personal Injury Liability Insurance by Ken Marlborough
In today¡¯s litigious society, even small mishaps can lead to dreadful results and can end up in large lawsuits. That¡¯s why it becomes almost mandatory for many people to opt for personal injury liability insurance. Personal injury liability insurance protects you from liability under the law if you are sued for something you did or didn¡¯t do to cause a personal injury to someone else. If you are an owner of a property or if you drive a car or operate a business, then you are exposed to a legal liability.
Long-Term Care Insurance Industry - 2009 Forecast and Trends by Jesse Slome
Long-term care insurance will experience continued growth in policy sales in 2009. What significant trends in long-term care insurance marketing and product development will impact the industry and insurance agents and financial professionals who market long-term care insurance.
Owning an Independent Insurance Agency by Tom Tessin
When you are considering your own business an independent insurance agency is a great business that provides you with many benefits. Many people never think about becoming an insurance agent because they feel that the procedure might be complicated and expensive. The truth is about anyone can start their own agency with little to know formal training.
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