5 Surprising Reasons Why Car Insurance Rates Rise
Even if you don't get a traffic ticket, cause a car accident, or have a teenage boy in the household,
you could end up paying more for insurance for these five lesser-known reasons.
6 Ways to Expedite Your Car Insurance Claim
No one ever wants to get into a car accident. But fortunately, filing a car insurance claim is easier
than you may think. With the right paperwork and a thorough understanding of your insurance
policy, you can even expedite the process.
Traffic Accident Caused By Act of God
An "Act of God" occurs naturally without human activity. It is frequently associated with violent
weather events but may include unexpected medical conditions. The key to successfully asserting
the defense is a factual determination that the event was unforeseen and could not be prepared for
or mitigated by human activity.
5 Ways to Save Money on Car Insurance
Saving money on car insurance isn't as hard as it might seem if you keep these tips in mind.
California Voters Acted to Save $100 Billion
The passage of Prop 103 was a monumental accomplishment and an example of what can happen
when people band together for a cause and show up at the polls. Hopelessness is merely a sentiment
for the apathetic.
Newlywed? How To Maximize Your Insurance For Every Stage of Life (INFOGRAPHIC)
Read More: Benefits, Employee Benefits, Changing Benefits, Binfo-Metlife, Home Insurance, Auto
Insurance, Disability Insurance, Metlife, Life Stages, Buying a Home, Insurance, Life Changes,
Getting Married, Adjust Benefits, Having a Baby, Adjust, Benefits Enrollment, Life Insurance, Stage
of Life, Business News
Getting married, having kids and buying a house are a few of the major milestones that you may
experience in your life. And while many of these life s...
Teens and Cars Can Drive You Crazy
Just reading the words teens and cars in the same sentence probably sends you reaching for an
antacid. Unfortunately, that queasy feeling is well founded. The privilege of driving is costly, and
teen driving can be dangerous.
California Republic: Pass the Bananas
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Campaign Finance, Los Angeles News, Molly Munger, California Budget Crisis, Jerry Brown,
Campaign Finance Reform, Charlie Munger, Americans for Responsible Leadership, Auto Insurance,
Renewable Energy, Small Business Action Committee, Tom Steyer, George Joseph, Politics News
Jerry Brown may have thought that the bad old days of campaign finance were gone. At least for a
fleeting historical moment. But now he's finding himself in the midst of some bad new days.
Ten States Where Youth Rules
Times are tough for young adults. Jobs are hard to find, and the amount of outstanding student loan
debt in the U.S. is staggering. Still, there are some states where conditions are much more favorable
to young people.
Comedian's Beef With Progressive No Laughing Matter
Read More: Katie Fisher, Katie, Progressive, Twitter, Accident, Car Accident, Progressive Auto
Insurance, Comedian Matt Fisher, Auto Insurance, Matt Fisher, Insurance Claim, Tumblr, Business
Who do you believe -- the angry brother or the insurance company on the defensive? Trust us, it's
complicated and heartbreaking. New York comedian ...
What Your Choice of Car Insurance Company Says About You
A new analysis by Insure.com reveals how consumers can often find like-minded folks at the same
auto insurance company.
You Might Be Getting Overcharged For Car Insurance
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Overcharging Auto Insurance, Video, Car Insurance, Overcharge Car Insurance, Auto Insurance,
Overcharging for Car Insurance, Overcharge Auto Insurance, Auto Insurance Overcharging,
Overcharging for Auto Insurance, Car Insurance Overcharged, Car Insurance Overcharging, Money
If you live in a middle- or low-income area, you might be paying more than you need to for car
insurance. Recent research from the Consumer Federat...
Insurance Quiz: Is It a Peril or Hazard?
If you want to save money on insurance, give some thought to the difference between a peril and a
hazard. Anything you can do to minimize hazards could help reduce your premiums for home, health,
car and life insurance.
6 Things Your Car Insurer Doesn't Want You to Know
Car insurance is something of an opaque industry. We know we have to pay the bill every month; we
just have no clue how the carrier arrived at that rate.
Are High Gas Prices a Boon to Auto Insurers?
In principle, one would expect personal lines automobile insurance companies to realize a modest
windfall from recent increases in gasoline prices. However, I think it's fair to say that "not all's the
same 'twixt the pump and the claim" -- not even the same as it used to be.
Rick Scott's "PIP Dream" Comes True
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Insurance, Rick Scott Pip Law, Florida Pip Law, Florida Health Care, Personal Injury and Protection
Laws, Florida Personal Injury, Miami News
Governor Scott has restructured Florida's Personal Injury Protection laws in such a way to keep both
insurance premiums and insured's benefits in the accounts of those mighty few who insure Florida's
Why You Don't Own A Car
Read More: Traffic, Gas Prices, Driving, New Car, Ridesharing, Gen X, Gen Y, Carpooling, Auto
Insurance, Car Culture, Poll, Used Car, Automobile, Money News
The quintessential dream of waking up on your sixteenth birthday to find a new car adorned with a
big red bow parked in the driveway is now a thing of...
Poor People Pay More For Car Insurance Because Of Bias, Consumer Group Says
Read More: Insurance Premiums, New Car, Car Insurance, Low-Income, Auto Insurance, Drive to
Work, Consumers, Commuting, Auto Coverage, Used Car, Business News
The poorest Americans are unable to buy affordable auto insurance because of insurance company
bias, a consumers group charged Monday. Insurance c...
A Scarlett Letter On Economic Life
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Background Checks, Corelogic, Data Collection, Credit, Experian, Credit Check, Credit Score,
Transunion, Rent-to-Own, Equifax, Business News
Thanks to a new kind of credit score, more borrowed money may end up in the hands of the
increasing number of Americans who are sliding down the econo...
Allstate's Three-Month Catastrophe Losses Equal All Of Last Year's
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Insurance, GMAC Bailout, Video, Business News
BANGALORE (Aditi Sharma) - Allstate Corp (ALL.N), the largest publicly traded U.S. home and auto
insurer, said it sees pre-tax catastrophe losses ...
Are You the Next Aflac Duck?
Holy spin doctor! Aflac Insurance is holding open auditions for a new voice of their corporate icon.
Health Insurance Compared to Auto Insurance; Why the Republican Argument is Bogus
Someday you will get sick or injured. That's not an option. It will happen. And if you are not insured
other people will have to pay for your care.
Government Health Insurance? What About Public Auto Insurance
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e-System, Auto Insurance, Car Insurance, Insurance Industry, Public Health Insurance Plan, Private
Health Insurance, Canada Health Care, Politics News
Ideology and propaganda will squash any consideration of a well-executed public insurance option in
America, no matter how compelling the case may be.