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Motorcycle Insurance vs. Auto Insurance
Insuring your motorcycle is fairly similar to insuring other types of vehicles such as cars. The factors that are considered when the premium is calculated is virtually identical to a car.
Nov 8 '11 · Tags: motorcycle insurancee
Due to the convenience with monthly payments, most insurance companies provide the option of either monthly payments or yearly payments for customers to choose from. However, is a monthly payment truly the best option?
Nov 8 '11 · Tags: car insurance
Execution and smooth operation of a business can be quite difficult to achieve. The larger the size of the business, the more difficult accomplishing this can be. One way to guarantee smooth operation of your business is to invest in insurance.
Nov 8 '11 · Tags: business insurance
Every year, hordes of Americans head towards the beautiful oceans, rivers and lakes for a refreshing ride in their boats.
Nov 8 '11 · Tags: boat insurance
Road accidents are without a doubt, one of the most common occurrences in the United States.
Nov 8 '11 · Tags: auto insurance, car insurance
While car insurance is quite an important necessity and it is required by law, the costs associated with car insurance can sometimes be a little bit of a strain on your finances.
Nov 1 '11 · Tags: car insurance, auto insurance
When considering the various financial commitments of an individual, perhaps one aspect that is rather baffling and has been received with mixed feelings is life insurance. The primary purpose is to compensate for any income that is lost if an individual dies.
Nov 1 '11 · Tags: life insurance

What is the definition of someone who is considered a high risk driver?

The term is pretty much self-explanatory. Any driver who has a statistically higher risk of being involved with an accident is considered “high risk”.
Nov 1 '11 · Tags: car insurance
Travel insurance is usually take to simply have a sense of relief and to not have to worry about mishaps or accidents that can occur while traveling.
Nov 1 '11 · Tags: travel insurance
Travel insurance has long been considered a type of insurance that is unnecessary. In comparison to health insurance or auto insurance, the prospect of insuring your travel was not appealing to most individuals. Travel agents rarely suggested the use of travel insurance to customers as it suggested that their travel packages may be susceptible to untimely mishaps which would require financial compensation that has not been accounted for.
Nov 1 '11 · Tags: travel insurance
When it is about business insurance (which you obviously require if you own a business), we will attach you to insurance agents that may provide you the best agreement.
Sep 19 '11 · Tags: business insurance
Maggot therapy is to help the wounds for healing and it is gradually finding a more important role in the contemporary medical measures, thanks to the too-clever and profit-centered approach towards health care of the mankind that has produced horrible new bacterial scoundrels like MRSA.
Sep 19 '11 · Tags: health insurance, maggot therapy
Motorcycle Insurance is something guards you, defends your motorcycle, and may protect against the slapdash cagers as well. In addition, it is necessary according to the law, and being caught by a police without the insurance may be a costly lesson.
Sep 19 '11 · Tags: motorcycle insurance
Are you frequently catching yourself in imagination of the wonderful beach vacation or any trip to the paradise? We all understand how unbelievable a wonderful vacation may be, however in today’s hard economic times, the escape has become the luxury, which not several can afford.
Sep 19 '11 · Tags: travel insurance
Moving from Texas to Vermont

My friend called his car insurance company to tell them to change his address from Texas to Vermont. The woman who took the call asked where Vermont was. As he tried to explain, she interrupted and said, “Look, I’m not stupid or anything, but what state is it in?”

Fire and Theft Policy with Low Premium

A casualty actuary priced an automobile “Fire and Theft” policy with an extremely low premium. When asked why it was so cheap, he said, “Who would steal a burnt car?”

via: insurance-finder.info
Aug 4 '11
Mr. John Johnson III, was a rich old man was dying from a rare disease. On his deathbed, he called for his insurance agent, doctor and preacher:

Aug 4 '11
TRUE news story. NOT a joke. Maybe.

A lawyer in Charlotte, NC purchased a box of very rare and expensive cigars, then insured them against fire among other things. Within a month, having smoked his entire stockpile of these great cigars and without yet having made even his first premium payment on the policy, the lawyer filed a claim with the insurance company.

Aug 4 '11