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Securing the Most Suitable Van Insurance

Running a small and independent business is an expensive past-time, especially when it comes to accessing comprehensive insurance coverage. Different types of business require alternative insurance policies and levels of coverage, and as an entrepreneur it is your responsibility to ensure that your venture is adequately protected. If your firm delivers a tradesman service to customers, for... ❯❯❯

Clampdown on Bogus Claims Reduces UK Car Insurance Premiums

A clampdown on bogus claims as insurance companies work with enforcement agencies to reduce the amount of fraudulent claims has caused car insurance policies to come down by 12.4% in the past year. Honest Motorists Have Paid the Price in the Past ‘Crash for cash’ and ‘flash for cash’ are terms you’ve probably heard a lot about lately. These scams involve drivers... ❯❯❯

Universal Vs. Participating: Permanent Life Insurance Options for Canadians

It's easy to get overwhelmed by life insurance choices. First of all, figuring out how much life insurance you need can be complicated in and of itself. Choosing a policy type only adds to the complexity. Most of the time, agents and brokers try to get you to focus on the premiums. The more you pay, the more "expensive" the policy is, or so you are told. But life insurance isn't a commodity... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Newborn Insurance Coverage Tips

It’s easy to assume that your insurance will cover pregnancy, childbirth, and pediatric care, but the truth is that this may not be the case. Some policies expressly deny maternity coverage while others make you jump through hoops in order to insure your newborn. The point is that you should not simply assume that your policy will extend to a child when you decide to start your family. You... ❯❯❯

How to Reduce your Annual Car Insurance Premiums

While annual car insurance premiums are falling at a considerable rate in the UK, it can still be difficult for young, inexperienced or unfortunate drivers to access affordable coverage. The average cost of car insurance may have fallen by 9.8% since July 2012, but the fact remains that you have a responsibility as a motorist to seek out additional savings. How to Reduce your Annual Car Insurance... ❯❯❯

Repeat warnings for latest insurance scam

Criminals are always looking for a clever way to make a fast buck, and motor-insurance is targeted frequently. Many of us are not aware of the prevalence of such scams by fraudulent gangs. A shocking example of this is the recent scandal involving a bus, set up by organised criminals whereby 26 of the passengers went on to make fake claims complaining of whiplash. Flash for cash The latest scam... ❯❯❯

What Are the Penalties of Driving Without Auto Insurance?

Everyone knows that having auto insurance is a good idea because it protects your personal assets in the event of an automobile accident. Cars are expensive and the people inside them are fragile. Since being involved in a collision while traveling at high rates of speed can cause major damage to both vehicles and passengers, with resulting repairs and medical bills that could cost hundred,... ❯❯❯

The Importance of Shopping Around When Buying Auto Insurance

Insurance is necessary when you own and operate a vehicle, not only for legal reasons, but also for your own personal safety and security. While automobile insurance is essential, it doesn’t have to be unreasonably expensive nor do you have to give up the security of quality insurance or good customer service. It is wise to shop around to find the best deal before committing to the terms of... ❯❯❯

Infographic: The World's Most Dangerous Roads

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Will Insurance Cover Treatment for Chronic Pain?

If you’ve recently started to experience chronic pain, you may be wondering how you’re going to pay for the process of visiting doctors until you discover the cause of your condition, not to mention trying myriad therapies and pharmaceuticals in an attempt to regain control over your life and continue living as normally as possible in the meantime. After all, you have to keep working... ❯❯❯