Monday, July 19, 2021
While you already have enough to worry about when your child leaves for college, you don't want the specter of them dealing with the theft or damage of their possessions while there.
For about $150 a year, you can protect your child's possessions against theft or damage caused by fire, lightni... READ MORE >>
Monday, July 19, 2021 Drugmakers increased more brand-name list prices this January than in any other January in the past 10 years. The month is marked by drug price increases every year, but a review by the nonprofit 46brooklyn found that pharmaceutical companies had pushed through 929 price increases in the first 25 days of the year. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 More than two-thirds of renters are uninsured for fire, natural disaster and burglary. Why do so many people take this unnecessary risk? Some may think that their landlord's insurance will cover any claims, or that only houses are broken into and not apartments. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
As the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel gets brighter, more health insurers are ceasing to offer cost-sharing waivers for COVID-19 treatment.
After legislation was enacted in 2020 that required health insurance companies to cover COVID-19 tests and vaccines, many insurers voluntari... READ MORE >>
Monday, May 17, 2021 As we experience more extreme weather and floods increase across the country, the National Flood Insurance Program is poised to make a shift in how it prices its policies that is expected to have a drastic effect on premiums for many homeowners. The NFIP's new premium-setting system, called Risk Rating 2. READ MORE >>
Monday, May 17, 2021 Cyber insurance rates are going to increase dramatically in 2021, driven by more frequent and more severe insured losses, according to a recent industry study. The report by global insurance firm Aon plc predicted that rates would jump by 20% to 50% this year due to two main factors: 1. READ MORE >>
Thursday, April 15, 2021 The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has issued a warning over the increasing number of deaths from all-terrain vehicle crashes on public roads. Between 2015 and 2017, 1,671 people died in ATV accidents on public roads and” 90% of them males, according to the U.S. READ MORE >>
Thursday, April 15, 2021 While the COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful for most of us, children and teens often have an especially difficult time dealing with the lack of activities and social interaction if they are distance learning. Depression has skyrocketed during the pandemic as a result of isolation, lost jobs and/or having family members that have fallen ill or died from coronavirus. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 An umbrella policy is designed to protect you from almost everything that your homeowner's and auto insurance policies do not, as well as fill in gaps in coverage when the limits of these policies are exhausted. Lawsuits are filed daily against ordinary folks, with reasons ranging from the frivolous to the justified. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Employment practices and employee benefit-related lawsuits are on the rise - and employers have to be eternally vigilant when it comes to meeting their compliance obligations as plan sponsors. Take the case of Visteon, a global automotive industry supplier, which outsourced its payroll and enrollment/disenrollment functions to outside plan administrators. READ MORE >>