Car insurance might seem like a bit of a foreign language. There are a lot of different terms and words that get thrown around, and sometimes it can sound like gibberish. To help you decode the sometimes-mystifying language that is auto insurance, we’ve got a list of ten words you need to know. Buckle your seatbelts – this is Car Insurance 101!
If you ever find yourself in the position of having to file a home insurance claim, you might be feeling a little stressed out. Whether it’s a fire, water damage, a fallen tree that damaged your roof, or a burglary, filing that home insurance claim might have you pulling your hair out a little. It might seem like a very intimidating thing. Maybe downright scary. But we’ve got some pro tips to help you through the process of filing that home insurance claim.
So, you’ve got this small business, and you want to offer group health insurance for your employees. Choosing a group health insurance plan can be difficult – health insurance is complicated, we’re not going to lie. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to get the hang of. We’re going to go over five different money-related group health insurance terms you might encounter in your noble quest for group health insurance.
Your home insurance is more than dollar signs disappearing from your bank account in the form of premium. It’s kind of like a superhero that can swoop in to help you in a variety of situations. Along with providing coverage for your house and your belongings, it can also help you out by covering “other structures.” What is other structures coverage, exactly? We’ll explain what’s covered, how much coverage you have, and explain how it works.
Texting and driving is something that we hear a lot about, especially since several states have passed “Hands-free Driving” laws. Texting and driving is something that might seem pretty harmless – you’ll only look at the screen for a second, right? But the thing is that the dangers and the statistics about texting and driving don’t lie. We’re going to go over some of the stats and risks of distracted driving, and we’ll also talk about texting and driving and your car insurance rates.
Your home insurance covers a lot of different things – and it does a lot of cool tricks. It protects the structure of your home. It covers your personal belongings. It even covers your liability if a guest gets hurt. But will it cover your hotel bill if you face a loss that requires you to leave your home and stay somewhere else? There’s this other section that your policy should have that’s called additional living expenses (or loss of use coverage), and it can cover a hotel stay. What is additional expenses coverage? We’ll explain.
Halloween is almost here, and it’s a very exciting day for kids who are anticipating putting on a spooky costume and consuming a copious amount of sugar. Trick-or-treating is great and it can be a lot of fun. But it also means that a lot of tiny humans are walking around on the streets. It’s super important to drive extra safe on Halloween. Check out the following tips for driving on Halloween.
If you’re an employer with a small business, you might be in need of small business health insurance for your employees. (There are many reasons to consider offering group health insurance, after all.) One benefit you can consider offering to your employees will help them if they ever need to take time off work due to illness or injury. As an employer, you can offer short-term and long-term disability insurance. What are those? We’ll explain how both of these coverages work and why you might want to consider offering them.
It’s kind of the worst nightmare of many drivers: a deer darting out into the road right in front of the car too suddenly and too close for you to stop (why they do it no one really knows.) Of course, you don’t want to hit the poor thing. But you don’t want to swerve either. Well, you’ve got a question concerning our hypothetical: am I covered by car insurance if I hit a deer? We’re going to explain.
As far as hurricane season goes, we’re not out of the woods yet. (Hurricane season in the Atlantic goes from June to the end of November.) If you’re trying to get home insurance ahead of a major hurricane, you may encounter a problem: no one’s selling it in your area. There’s a reason that you can’t get home insurance before a hurricane: binding restrictions (a.k.a. moratoriums.)
Well, that doesn’t sound good. But what is that, exactly? We’ll explain.