What Caused My Homeowners' Insurance To Rise In Cost?

Posted on: 22 February 2019

 You've paid your premium on time, there's no serious damage to your house that you know of, and yet when the time came to renew your home insurance policy, you were told that your premium would spike upward. What gives? If you find yourself in this situation, here are some of the reasons why you might be looking at a higher monthly insurance cost. An Inspection Revealed Something Even if you pay your premium on time and don't give the insurance company any problems, they might still send someone out to your home for an inspection when you are up for a renewal. [Read More]

Keeping Your Car Safe, Retaining Value, And Avoiding Accidents

Posted on: 29 December 2018

There are about 6 million car wrecks on an annual basis, causing injuries and property damage. It takes some preemptive decisions to avoid malfunction that leads to vehicle wrecks and to make sure you can get your car back in one piece following a wreck. Whether you own a domestic or foreign vehicle, it's up to you to make things right. You can get started with the following words of advice. [Read More]

3 Reasons Your New Company Needs Business Insurance

Posted on: 15 November 2018

When you are just starting out with a new business, money might be tight and you are likely trying to keep expenses to a minimum. That said, one expense you absolutely need to budget for every month is the premium on your business insurance. Here are three reasons why starting a new company without insurance is just asking for trouble: It Might Be the Law Depending on your state and how many employees your company has, your business might actually be legally required to carry different types of business insurance, including policies for workers' compensation or disability. [Read More]

Did You Get Injured Building A Defense Base Overseas? Your Employer Must Pay You Compensation

Posted on: 28 September 2018

There is a lot of good money available in building defense contracts, particularly if you go overseas. Hundreds of bases need to be built every year and maintained properly to ensure that our military members are safe. But if you are injured during one of these trips and your boss is trying to avoid paying your workers' compensation, you are protected by the Defense Base Act and should receive money. Builders like you are considered longshoremen, which mean you work overseas on a variety of different projects. [Read More]