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It’s 90′ outside and all it takes is fifteen minutes, the time to do a quick errand, for your car to heat up over 109 degrees. At that sweltering temperature, brain, organ damage, heat stroke and even death can occur. The horrible reality is that statistics indicate that 36 children die in overheated cars every year in United States. This is every parents’ nightmare and I’m sure those parents never thought that this could have ever happened to them. Being sleep-deprived or just simply overwhelmed, can distract a parent long enough to possibly make this grave mistake.
Take steps for a peace of mind that this unfortunate event will never happen to you. Here are some solutions for you to try. [Read more…]
The answer to that question is yes, as long as there is the right coverage on your auto insurance policy. Flash flooding is not an uncommon event and when an area’s storm drains are overwhelmed by the amount of a downpour, the water ends up flooding the streets. Once this happens it is difficult to determine how deep some of the floodwaters are until you have already committed to driving through them. Unfortunately, that is when a car can easily be totaled. Therefore, an insurance company will pay you for the repairs or for a total loss, only if there is comprehensive coverage on your policy.
What Should You Do If My Auto Is Flooded? [Read more…]
Freezing temperatures and winter weather can cause havoc with your home. The best way to avoid any future mishaps is to be sure that you have taken the proper steps to winterize it. If you haven’t done so already, now will be a good time as any to tackle that project just before the snowy weather is in full swing.
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There is nothing more devastating than coming home from vacation only to find a shell of your apartment building which had caught fire while you were gone. All of your possessions are now contained in the two suitcases that stand by your side. No, wait. Yeah, it can get worse. You don’t have any insurance that will cover what you just lost.
So, why didn’t you purchase the insurance when your roommate had the common sense to do so? Maybe you didn’t have the extra money at the time. Maybe you never thought this sort of thing could even happen to you. Or maybe nothing more than pure stubbornness on your part, was a way to save a lousy buck.
Surely, Renter’s Insurance cannot replace what you hold most important to you, like the pictures, the memories and the all the things that were passed down from your family to you. But, what the Renter’s Insurance Policy could have done, just like Homeowner’s Insurance, was to piece together your life back to the way it was before your loss. Pay for a roof over your head at a motel or hotel, while you look for another apartment to rent. Pay for your meals at a restaurant since you no longer have a refrigerator full of food. Then once you’ve established a residence elsewhere, cover the expenses of furnishing for your new apartment. It all depends on the contents and possessions that would have been covered under a policy are all what the insurance would have replaced. [Read more…]
If your one of the lucky ones who has yet to be in an accident, you should count your blessings. However, being in the know is still a good thing when you haven’t a clue on what to do.
After all these years of driving (30 plus years or so), I hadn’t had an accident on my driving record yet. Well, until now. The year of 2014 was my year of accidents. I had just purchased a brand new SUV, a nice pearl color. My wife picked it out, just so you know. I loved the feeling of my brand new car, the smell and all, and it had lasted all of two weeks. Yep! Two weeks, my friends! [Read more…]
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