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Allstate Insurance gathers supplies for North Carolina flood victims

The massive insurer has been working to provide help to uninsured people affected by rising water. Allstate Insurance has been working to assist its North Carolina policyholders who were victims of Hurricane Matthew. That said, they have also been making an effort to assist the members of […]

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MetLife Insurance announces massive layoff…of Snoopy mascot!

The insurer has decided to retire its use of the Peanuts character after over 30 years together. MetLife Insurance has now made the difficult decision to end its long term relationship with Snoopy. The beloved Peanuts character has represented the insurance company for more than three decades. […]

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Health insurance policies aren’t stopping people from using the ER

Among the predicted benefits of the Affordable Care Act was that people would stop using this last resort care. When the Affordable Care Act went into effect, one of the advantages was supposed to be that health insurance policies would reduce the use of hospital emergency rooms. […]

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California insurance company won’t pay for chemo but will cover assisted suicide

The new law in the state caused an insurer to deny coverage to a woman who is terminally ill. A woman with a terminal illness has reported that her California insurance company has offered to pay for her assisted suicide after denying her chemotherapy treatment coverage. The […]

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AT&T to sell smartphone insurance for broken phone screens

This coverage will be available for owners of any of eight models of mobile devices. AT&T has announced that it will be selling smartphone insurance to cover a limited number of device models. This policy is designed to be somewhat different than the standard cell phone coverage. […]

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Will higher health insurance rates keep insurers in the exchanges?

Regulators across the country are allowing insurance companies to make health plans more expensive. State regulators across the nation have been steadily giving the nod to increased health insurance rates. In fact, many have made it possible for those insurers to raise premiums more than the companies […]

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Classic motorcycle insurance differs greatly from standard policies

They may be in a similar category of vehicles, but the type of coverage they require is quite different. Classic motorcycle insurance, like the coverage for vintage and antique bikes look very similar to standard policies but are different in important ways. These motorcycle insurance policies provide […]

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Will 1.4 million people lose their health insurance plans in 2017?

As insurers withdraw from many exchanges, many Americans may find themselves scrambling for new coverage. A new study revealed that the impact of insurers stepping out of the Obamacare marketplaces could leave many Americans without health insurance plans. In fact, as many as 1.4 million people could […]

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Hurricane flood insurance coverage not carried by many Matthew victims

Many of the homeowners who experienced damage from flooding don’t have the necessary coverage. Many victims of Hurricane Matthew who have never had a drop of water in their homes before are finding themselves underwater without hurricane flood insurance. Communities well inland and far from flood plains […]

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Health insurance trends show many covered Americans still aren’t seeking care

Millions of people are skipping medical care despite the fact that they have a policy. A survey commissioned by the American College of Emergency Physicians provided notable insight into health insurance trends. Unfortunately, it has revealed that many people who have a health plan are skipping medical […]

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