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When the Worst Happens

Posted December 20, 2013

It was college basketball’s showcase event, the 2013 N.C.A.A. Midwest Region final, and the Louisville Cardinals were leading the Duke Blue Devils, 21-17. With six minutes left in the first half, Kevin Ware, a sophomore guard for Louisville, jumped to block a shot from the 3-point line. Rotating in the air, Ware landed with all […]

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Long-Term Care Insurance: Peace Of Mind At A Price

Posted December 3, 2013

If you ask what most people fear most in retirement, it’s being a burden. Long-term care insurance can alleviate that fear, but it doesn’t come cheaply. About 70% of all retirees need long-term care at some point, although that includes help from family and friends as well as assisted living and nursing homes, says Jamie […]

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How to get the most from long-term care policies

Posted December 2, 2013

No one wants to spend time reading an insurance policy. But if you’re concerned about your long-term care, you’ll read it carefully. As with all insurance policies, you should check the company’s ratings through an independent rater, such as A.M. Best. You want your insurance company to be around in 20 years when you need […]

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More Older Drivers Are Hitting The Roads, But Does That Mean More Danger?

Posted September 11, 2013

America’s roadways are increasingly turning gray. But while stereotypes and jokes abound regarding the widely disparaged driving skills of older motorists, the overall aging of American drivers doesn’t necessarily mean we’re in for more crashes. In some cases, your teenage son Kyle may be more of a danger on the road than your Grandma Betty. […]

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Filing A Car Insurance Claim? Better Scour Your Social Networks Before Claims Adjusters Do

Posted September 9, 2013

What you Tweet can and will be used against you in a court of law. That’s what insurance attorneys are saying when it comes to social networking and car accidents: By no means should you be Facebooking, Instagramming, Pinteresting, LinkedIn-ing or otherwise socially broadcasting details at the scene of the accident. “Checking social media accounts […]

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Car Insurance Companies Use Facebook for Claims Investigations

Posted September 4, 2013

In the hours after a car accident, filing a claim with your auto insurance company is one of the first steps you should take. But auto insurance industry insiders say a smart second step is giving social media accounts the once-over to prevent all or part of that claim from being denied. In the past […]

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How to Insure an RV: Protecting Your Home on Wheels

Posted July 16, 2013

By Nick DiUlio, Carinsurancequotes.com Summer is officially here, which means tens of thousands of drivers across the country will be hitting the open road in their RVs. According to the Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping Association, about 8 million families in the US own an RV. And if you’re thinking about joining the motor-homing throng, […]

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The Dangers of Letting Your Life Insurance Lapse

Posted January 9, 2013

By Nick DiUlio, InsWeb.com It’s one of the life insurance industry’s best-kept secrets – a great number of life insurance policies in the U.S. tend to lapse, meaning the coverage runs out and is not available if you die. Some studies claim as many as 80 percent of policies will lapse before a payout is […]

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