Even people who are younger and in good physical condition should consider buying life insurance, especially in light of the unexpected disasters that can strike at any time.Read More
When it comes to investing in a life insurance, some people may question whether they need a policy because they are young and healthy. However, some dangerous diseases can manifest themselves with little warning, leading to serious health problems and even higher insurance premiums.Read More
No one ever thinks a trip to the grocery store as dangerous. But just a few years ago if you made that trip through the intersection of Flamingo Road and Pines Boulevard in Pembroke Pines, Fla., you were risking your life.Read More
There are all sorts of things to plan for when taking a trip overseas, but it’s safe to say that one thing few people plan for is dying.
Yet 1,049 U.S. nationals died while visiting another country in 2010, according to statistics from the U.S. State Department.Read More
Mother Nature continues to flex her deadly muscles in 2011, this time in the form of 362 tornadoes that ravaged seven Southern states in late April, killing more than 300 people, injuring thousands more, leveling entire neighborhoods and turning even newer, well-built homes into piles of rubble.Read More
In October 2010, J.D. Power and Associates released a study that found customers with homeowners insurance declined to a five-year low. According to the study, this dissatisfaction stemmed largely from increasingly poor policy offerings and substandard customer service.
But first, to borrow a phrase, consumers must make sure their own house is in order if they hope to field ideal homeowners insurance offers.Read More