Insurance: The One Question Everyone Asks
“Am I overpaying?” That’s a question that every consumer asks from time to time. Everyone is curious and concerned as to whether he or she is getting a good value for the money, whether it’s for a candy bar, a car or an airline ticket.
Because of her medical condition, Shawnee endures night sweats, shortness of breath and severe headaches. She’s determined to prevent her condition from defining who she is. Shawnee wants to be just like any of her friends. The Make-A-Wish Foundation offered to make her fondest wish come true, and Shawnee immediately wished for a shopping spree.
Life insurance: Do you need it?
The most frequently asked question about life insurance is: Do I need it? The answer depends greatly on your situation. So, let’s determine if you need it. Review these statements and check all that apply:
Feathering the Nest? Update Your Insurance
Consumers spend billions on their homes. Home improvement projects tallied to a whopping $280 billion in 2005, according to research from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University.
How much building insurance is enough?
As a small business owner, you know the importance of preserving your assets. For many business owners, the largest single asset they possess is their building. Whether you occupy the building or operate as a landlord (or both), consider key exposures in your risk-management and insurance planning.
The Special Risks of Hurricanes and Floods
The end of summer seems to be peak time for natural disasters. Often, Labor Day weekend newscasts include stories about a hurricane, flood, tornado or wildfire happening somewhere in the United States.
Before his wish, Matthew could only watch when his friends and family had fun playing video games – being quadriplegic, he couldn’t take control of a game console. Today, his new adaptive video game gear changes everything. Basketball, a few laps around the track, an arcade classic? Matthew can do it all – a great feeling that makes his life better every day.
Make 2013 a No-Keys New Year’s Eve
On Monday night, millions of people will ring in the New Year with friends, family, and loved ones. However, amidst all the festivities, toasts, and celebrating, safety can quickly take a backseat to a good time – especially when alcohol is added to the mix. Impaired driving be deadly but alcohol related crashes cost more than $37 billion annually, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Where medical fits into liability coverage
It’s a nightmare that has befallen many small businesses. One of your best clients has just made a significant purchase, and it seems the world couldn’t be a better place. Then, on their way to their car, disaster strikes. A sudden trip, a slip and fall, and your happy client is now hurt, angry and a potential plaintiff in a lawsuit against your business, all in the space of a few disastrous seconds.
Today is a 30-story "yes!" for Alan. Because of his fight against cancer, he constantly hears the word "no;" everyday is full of restrictions to protect his health and they keep him from living a regular kid's life. His wish frees him from every boundary.