National Tornado Summit in Oklahoma City.Mother Nature can knock you down, but you can’t let her keep you there. That was my takeaway from a panel of mayors who spoke of recovery and rebuilding at the
Candy is dandy and all that, but on Valentine’s Day, it’s comforting to remember that there are many ways to show your love. At LifeHappens.org, the The Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education (LIFE) invite you to stop and consider the true meaning of love.
Lynda Baquero and I were discussing our favorite New York City-area ski hills. This led to a great question from Lynda: “what would happen if all my ski equipment gets stolen—either from my car from car or some other location? Am I covered? And, what if I accidentally injure somebody on the slopes? Is there insurance for that?”WNBC-4NY reporter
Long story short: next to a good helmet, your best protection on the slopes is to understand what’s in your insurance policy.
CAFE fuel mileage standard (mandated by 2025) means that U.S. carmakers need to get serious about fuel efficiency. Really serious.The 54.5 MPG
Drunk Driving? Not funny. Stupid human tricks? Comedy gold!
If there’s a silver lining to the snow, ice and wind that have battered much of the country – other than great conditions for skiing, snowshoeing and other winter sports, that is – it’s that most winter-related damage is covered by insurance.
The Northridge Earthquake—generated shocks felt as far away as Las Vegas, NV.On Jan 17, 1994, just past 4:30 am, the earth beneath Southern California’s San Fernando Valley shook violently. Centered in the town of Reseda, near Northridge, California, the event—since known as
Fast forward to today, and you’ll find no shortage of remembrances of Northridge, the costliest US earthquake for insurers And this makes sense, since, beyond the facts and figures, Northridge has changed how scientists, governments and non-profit alliances have worked to reduce the danger of earthquakes to lives and property through such innovations as improved detection devices, and statutes requiring homeowners to secure heavy fixtures.