Defining Your Home Insurance Policy

Home insurance policies vary a lot. You shouldn't copy a neighbor's policy even if you live in the same ZIP code. Below are some of the factors that help define and differentiate home insurance policies. Perils Policy Home insurance policy can either cover named perils or open perils. For named peril policies, the policy lists the specific risks that it covers; anything else is excluded. An open perils policy covers everything except the ones listed on the policy. [Read More]

Important Actions To Take When Pursuing A Loss Of Income Claim

If you're injured because of someone else's actions, you may not be able to return to work. In this case, you should pursue a loss of income claim. Dealing with it will be a much smoother process if you take these steps.  Understand What Constitutes as Lost Income So that you know exactly what sort of financial compensation to seek from the person that caused your injuries, you should know exactly what constitutes as lost income. [Read More]

The Three Types Of Medical Malpractice Insurance

Starting off your career as a doctor with your own private practice? If so, it is important that you are protected by having a medical malpractice insurance policy. This type of insurance can help you out financially if you were to be sued by one of your patients. However, there are multiple types of medical malpractice insurance, and it is important to buy the right policy that has the right coverage for your needs. [Read More]

Risks Of Letting Someone Else Drive Your Car

When you buy car insurance, it basically covers the car you list on your policy; however, your car insurance is also based on those who drive your car. If you are the only person driving it, then you will likely be the only person listed as a driver for this car on the policy. If you ever decide to let someone else drive your car, it is important to understand that there might be some risks with this. [Read More]