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How to Dismiss a Speeding Ticket in Texas

08th February 2010
Nobody ever plans to get a speeding ticket. However, there are mechanisms available to defer the cost of getting a speeding ticket (money and points towards your driving record). A speeding ticket can also result in an auto insurance premium increase. It ... Read >
Author: Kris Kolanko

New Fannie Mae Rules for Condo Owners

25th January 2010
If you own a condominium, townhome or a unit in a Planned Unit Development (PUD), Fannie Mae has announced a new rule that will directly affect you concerning your insurance coverage. In the case of single family detached residences, a basic insurance p... Read >
Author: Mick Bernard

Engagement Ring Insurance: FAQs You Should Know About!

07th January 2010
Wow! You and your fiancee have finally bought your engagement ring and it's really great. Of course, it was expensive too. But now you are getting worried. And the jeweler has recommended engagement ring insurance. It is not that your fiancee is a regular... Read >
Author: aertech

How to Use Flyers to Promote Your Insurance Service Business

19th September 2009
Need a quick, effective, and affordable way to spread word about your insurance service business? Why not make use of flyers printing as a marketing tool? Flyers can promote an insurance service business efficiently following these simple tips: Flyers ... Read >
Author: Nikki Sabato

Just in Case You Were Wondering; Here is the Identity Punishment Theft List

05th August 2009
So you are probably wondering what the rules behind identity theft punishment are. There have been many laws that have been passed on identity punishment theft. In 2004, Bush passed a bill that made it tougher on criminals. With identity theft being o... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Do It Yourself Dog Grooming-FREE Online Course

30th July 2009
Grooming your pet yourself could be a good way to save money and bond with your pet. A pro grooming session can set an owner back up to $50 or $60 per session. Plus, people are busy, and regular trips to the groomer might prove inconvenient. Plenty of pet... Read >
Author: Lucinda Huxley

Pros And Cons Of Term Life Insurance Plan

22nd March 2009
Term insurance is also known as term assurance plan that gives coverage for a particular time of period. In this period, the insured person can drop and can renew his policy. If the policy holder dies in this period, his nominee will get the death benefit... Read >
Author: Sarvesh Sharma

Auto Deductible Reimbursement - What is an Auto Deductible Reimbursement?

20th March 2009
Q: There is a clause in my insurance policy that talks about something called auto deductible reimbursement. I have never heard of this before. Can you explain what this means? Thank you. A: An auto deductible reimbursement is actually a good thing to ... Read >
Author: David Ackland

What If Someone Sues Me For An Accident Compensation Claim?

13th March 2009
When involved in a car accident, there are two situations that mostly happen. The first is that the driver who is responsible hits and runs away. Alternatively, the driver stays and weighs the entire situation. If you are the one responsible for the accid... Read >
Author: David Halbert

Steps to take before leaving your home vacant or unoccupied

10th March 2009
Leaving your house empty for over 3 months? There are certain things you must do in order to property protect you and your family, and minimize risk while you are away. First, check your insurance coverage by calling the insurance company or talking to... Read >
Author: Vacant Home Insurance Now

What is Vacant Homeowners Insurance and why is it needed?

10th March 2009
Vacant homeowners insurance (vacant home insurance hereafter) is special insurance protection placed on a residence that is expected to be empty or unoccupied for over 60 to 90 days, or perhaps much longer. Every insurance policy offered by a property ins... Read >
Author: Vacant Home Insurance Now

The Civil Litigation Process in Texas

10th March 2009
The Civil Litigation Process in Texas These days, more and more people and businesses are facing civil lawsuits over real estate and business transactions. What should you do if served with legal papers? What will happen while the case is prepared for ... Read >
Author: Michael Fleming

Typical characteristics of insurable risks

10th March 2009
Typical characteristics of insurable risks Ahead of buying any insurance policy either for your life or property, there are those issues you normally would seek to understand. One reason people buy insurance policies is to ensure their peace of min... Read >
Author: paulina08

Understanding Washington State Mandatory Auto Insurance Law

16th January 2009
In the State of Washington (WA), one who is driving a motor vehicle has various means of insurance protection. WA law requires any driver to secure any of the following: insurance liability policy, a certificate of deposit, or a liability bond to the requ... Read >
Author: Michael

Divorce and Auto Insurance: Is Your Child Covered For A Future Accident?

03rd December 2008
Here's a typical and all too familiar scenario. Months or years after your divorce, you hand the car keys to your minor child, who negligently wrecks the car and seriously injures another motorist. You promptly turn the claim into your insurer, thinking t... Read >
Author: Brian R.Wilson
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