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Here are the top ten articles for the Insurance Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Independent Contractor Insurance
Despite your skills, experience and best endeavours it is always possible that something can go wrong. There are a number of risks inherent to operating as an independent contractor/consultant. This article provides basic independent contractor/consultant insurance information.
2. Insurance for Volunteers
This article discusses the need for volunteer insurance needs.
3. Reviewing Your Insurance Policy
It is important to review an insurance policy on a periodic basis; especially a policy that you may not have looked at for quite some time. This article will outline specific areas to pay close attention to during your review.
4. Details to Review About Your Insurance Policy
Denise M. Castille, policy review and summary, in-home care, long term care, insurance, property and casualty, waiver of premium, disability insurance, health insurance, review
5. The Policies You Need!
You can find an insurance policy to cover almost anything imaginable but only a handful of policies are actually ones that you need to have. Read this article to discover which policies you need.
6. 10 Things to Know About Buying Auto Insurance
This article uncovers 10 critical things you, as a consumer, should know about buying auto insurance.
7. If you're injured at work
This article provides an overview of what to do when you or a co-worker is injured in the workplace.
8. Be Prepared! Ask Hard Questions
Death is inevitable. Be prepared! Ask hard questions. This article explores what those hard questions are as well as facts about term life insurance policies.
9. Insurance for the Dog Owner
All dog owners need to understand their potential liability should their animal bite, maul or, heaven forbid, kill someone. A single bite could cost you tens of thousands of dollars -- a lawsuit hundreds of thousands -- and your insurance coverage might not apply.
10. Planning for Incapacity
Just as people pre-plan their own funerals and create estate plans in anticipation of their eventual deaths, many people also plan ahead for the possibility that one day they will be unable to make their own financial or medical decisions. This article will address steps to plan for incapacity.
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