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What about Insurance for Self-Driving Cars?

As the concept of self-driving cars develops to near-completion, the insurance industry delves into the aspects pertaining to the likely possibility of a brand new form of auto coverage. Though still in the making,...

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Carbon Monoxide Risk: How to Safeguard Your Home/Business

A PRIME Insurance Safety Bulletin - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautions homeowners, renters and businesses about carbon monoxide poisoning. According to findings, there are hundreds of related...

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Recreational Marijuana and the Insurance Dilemma

AR, CA, CO, MA, NV, and OR are currently among the 29 states that legalize the use of recreational marijuana, and the trend seems to be growing. RELATED: Medical marijuana and insurance While the McCarran Ferguson...

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What Kind of Insurance for the Travel Trailer or Camper?

As the warmer weather approaches, vacationers anticipate the pleasure of travel. For those using a travel trailer or camper, RV Insurance coverage protects from the potential of physical damage. RELATED: Insurance...

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The Real Facts about Driving School Insurance

Car driving specialty schools are tricky to insure. Besides the auto liability perils involved with an inexperienced driver at the wheel in relation to others, there are numerous other risk considerations: The...

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The Spy: What Insurance for a Private Investigator?

Insurance companies, lawyers, public agencies as well as private people hire the services of a private eye. But the very nature of a private investigator’s activities is risky, necessitating related insurance...

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Is it Always Good Policy to File an Auto Accident Claim?

While driving down the street, a woman was hit by a teenage driver. Though no one was hurt and the scratch the boy made to her car did not really amount to much, it was an eyesore. The boy’s parents immediately came...

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What Type of Risk for the Courier Service?

Pipe bombs sent to political figures through the mail, as well as a bomb in a package at a FedEx ground distribution service center in TX in March of 2018 highlight the extent of specialty perils messenger facilities...

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National Ladder Safety Month – a Guide to Workers Safety

Ladders are one of the chief sources of injury and death in a place of work. The stunning price tag linked to this has caused a rise in costly workers comp insurance claims as well as a reduced labor force. As per a...

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Financial Institutions: Is Yours Protected with the Right Insurance?

Banks, mortgages companies, credit unions, savings and loan groups, investment consultants, private equity firms, and other financial institutions have a considerably high theft and trust risk. Due to this, as well...

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