$7.5 Million for National Violent Death Reporting System

$7.5 Million for National Violent Death Reporting System

The CDC’s $7.5 million in funding will expand NVDRS from 18 to 32 participating states and enable greater collection of critical data on violent deaths.

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How Do I Claim Life Insurance Benefits?

How Do I Claim Life Insurance Benefits?

In the event of the insured’s death, the primary beneficiary must file a claim report in order to receive any benefits. If everything was planned accordingly, all you should need to do it contact the life insurance company and the insured’s employer, fill out the necessary paperwork, and provide the insurance company with a certified copy of the death certificate.

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Ask Questions Before Replacing a Life Insurance Policy

Ask Questions Before Replacing a Life Insurance Policy

Life insurance is complex financial tool, which is unique in the way it provides financial stability and security for an insured’s beneficiaries. With this being said, every decision about one’s life insurance policy should be carefully looked over. Replacing one’s life insurance policy for another policy is one of the biggest decisions you can make. It could either be a very good or very bad decision, which is why you should ask yourself the following questions.

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Murder for Life Insurance – The Black Widows

Murder for Life Insurance – The Black Widows

On April 18, 2008, Helen Golay 78, formerly of Santa Monica, California, and Olga Rutterschmidt 75, formerly of Hollywood, California, were convicted of the murders of two homeless men—Paul Vados in 1999 and Kenneth McDavid in 2005. According to reports, Golay and Rutterschmidt staged Vados and McDavid’s deaths to appear as hit-and-run accidents in order to collect on multi-million dollar life insurance policies they had taken out on the men and became The Black Widow…

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The Incontestability Clause of Your Life Insurance Policy

The Incontestability Clause of Your Life Insurance Policy

Regardless of the life insurance policy you decide to purchase, every policy will contain a safeguard called the “incontestable clause” geared towards financially protecting the insurance company. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners Standard Policy Provisions Model Act and the laws based upon it requires that every single policy contains an incontestable clause, which is a provision that makes the life insurance policy incontestable by the insurer after it has been in force for a…

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