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Renters and Homeowners insurance coverage helps evacuated residents

Regardless of whether or not the California wildfires have caused damage, policies are still helpful. People affected by emergency evacuation orders may benefit from their homeowners insurance coverage regardless of whether their homes are damaged. Home and renters insurance policies cover more than just damage caused by […]

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Insurance industry worker shortage needs young professionals to take the job

Insurers are working hard to appeal to a new generation of employees, and some are getting creative. The insurance industry worker shortage is forcing insurers to get creative when it comes to recruiting new young professional workers. Millennials as a whole don’t find the industry appealing for […]

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Camp Fire in Northern California becomes states most destructive wildfire

The wildfire has taken at least 23 lives and has left a massive trail of destroyed homes, cars and businesses. Northern California’s Camp Fire has officially become the most destructive wildfire in the state’s history. The catastrophic blaze is leaving only charred remains of homes, businesses and […]

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Lawsuit accuses Wells Fargo of having known of auto insurance program flaws

A class action lawsuit asserts that the bank’s executives were warned about the problems. A class action lawsuit now accuses Wells Fargo executives of having been warned several years ago that the auto insurance program could have been overcharging car loan customers. A judge released this complaint […]

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Be Smart on Dunce Day by Avoiding These Common Home Safety Mistakes

Despite its name November 8 is a day that represents the celebration of learning. It’s Dunce Day and, as is the case every November 8, it’s a time to celebrate the ability to learn. This year, take the chance to discover some of the most common home […]

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Louisiana car insurance is the least affordable in the country, says IRC study

Insurance Research Council data found the state to be the most expensive and has high delinquencies. The Insurance Research Council (I.R.C.) released data from a recent study showing that Louisiana car insurance is the least affordable in the United States. Moreover, the state is also among the […]

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UCLA Health Report offers data to compare for future healthcare use

The 2016 Presidential Election brought a large shift in policy opinion and direction. Reports on the current progress due to actions of the Obama administration are likely to be used as a base of comparison in the coming years. Most notably, the progress due to affordable health […]

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Millennials continue to be a top insurance industry challenge

Insurers struggle to appeal to a vital generation both in terms of employment and as customers The insurance industry challenge regarding millennials continues as insurers continue to try to sell to that generation. This, on top of the struggle already faced in selling to consumers within that […]

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Parents believe their teen drivers are safe on the road

A new Allstate survey showed that despite worries about distracted driving parents believe in their kids. A recent survey conducted by Allstate Insurance showed that 42 percent of parents of teen drivers assume their kids are safe behind the wheel. Those four in ten parents don’t regularly […]

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Ethos, the new Jay-Z insurance start-up, has raised $35 million

The new company has just completed a round of financing which was much more successful than the first. Ethos is a new Jay-Z insurance start-up that has completed a new round of financing in which it managed to raise $35 million. This company has shown for a […]

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