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What Ridesharing Drivers Should Know About The Limitations Of Personal Car Insurance And Their Best Options For Coverage

12 May 2016
Insurance, Articles

Ridesharing has seen explosive growth in the past few years and has been the major reason behind a culture shift in how passengers find cars for hire. However, as is common with other rapid shifts driven by technology, ridesharing has forced established businesses and industries to reconsider their methods. One business area that has changed in response to this new phenomenon is the car insurance industry. Conventional car insurance policies and coverages are often inadequate to address the unique needs of rideshare drivers.
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How Much Auto Insurance Coverage Is Enough?

10 May 2016
 Categories: Insurance, Articles

When choosing auto insurance, you might be inclined to simply stick with your state's mandated minimums for liability coverage. However, sticking to the minimum insurance coverage required by your state may not fully protect you, your passengers or your property if you're involved in an accident. The following goes in-depth about how much auto insurance coverage you'll really need to keep yourself protected. Mandatory Minimums May Not Be Enough Every state has its own minimum amounts for bodily injury and property damage liability.
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Buying A Car With Low Auto Insurance Rates In Mind

9 May 2016
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you are in the market for a new vehicle, it's important that you take the time to factor in the cost of auto insurance when determining which vehicle you can afford. There are some key factors that you can be looking for during the car shopping process that will help you keep your future insurance premiums to a minimum. Here are three things that you should be looking for as you consider potential vehicles to invest in that will help reduce your auto insurance costs in the future.
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Are You Keeping Your Employees On Workers’ Compensation From Returning To Work?

10 December 2015
 Categories: Insurance, Articles

If you are a business owner, when an employee gets injured on the job, you should have policies and practices in place that allows them to file a claim against your workers compensation insurance. Once they file their claim, the actions that you then take will often be a deciding component on how quickly your employee is able to return to work. What many business owners fail to realize is that sometimes it is their actions that keep employees out of work and on their workers' compensation roles for an extended period of time.
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When you operate a business from your home, you enjoy the benefit of not having to commute to a busy office every single day. One thing that you may not have considered is whether your home business is covered under your current homeowners insurance policy. If you have expensive equipment, inventory and files stored in your home, you may need to add a rider to your insurance policy to ensure that you are covered. Find out more about how a home business can impact your homeowners insurance policy and whether or not you are protected as your policy stands today.