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Cancelled or Non-Renewed? Your Car Insurance Explained

Courtesy of iii.org There’s a difference between an insurance company cancelling a policy and choosing not to renew it. Learn why your insurance might not be renewed Auto insurance cancellation Insurance companies cannot cancel a policy that has been in force for more than 60 days except when: You fail to pay the premium You

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Liability Insurance

Liability Insurance

Courtesy of iii.org Do you or your business provide professional services or advice to other businesses or individuals? Could your counsel or service lead to losses by your client for which you could be held responsible? If so, you’ll likely want to purchase professional liability insurance, also known as errors and omissions insurance (E&O). Claims

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Household Help & Insurance

Courtesy of iii.org Accidents happen—and if they happen to people you’ve hired to come into your home or onto your property to work, you’re financially liable. It makes sense to understand how you’re already covered and when to further insure household help. Appropriate and adequate insurance coverage depends on the nature of the employee’s position

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Rent Without Wasting Money

Courtesy of iii.org There are more options for renting a car than ever before—bricks-and-mortar, peer-to-peer and membership-based car sharing services. While this means more choice for renters, it also creates more questions about insurance coverage. Use these tips to properly insure yourself when renting a car, and avoid wasting money on duplicative coverage. If you’re

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Underinsured Drivers

Uninsured and Underinsured Drivers

Courtesy of iii.org One in eight drivers on U.S. roads was without auto insurance in 2019, according to a report released today by the Insurance Research Council (IRC). At-fault drivers who don’t comply with state insurance requirements raise insurance costs for everyone else. Insured drivers paid more than $13 billion in 2016 (about $78 per

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Liability Insurance Coverage

Liability Insurance Coverage

Courtesy of iii.org Do you or your business provide professional services or advice to other businesses or individuals? Could your counsel or service lead to losses by your client for which you could be held responsible? If so, you’ll likely want to purchase professional liability insurance, also known as errors and omissions insurance (E&O). Claims

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