Here are three facts to know about earthquakes and earthquake insurance.
A new set of rules going into effect in Europe means customers of some U.S. companies will get extra protection for their personal data, according to reports.
Some people try to save money on insurance by purchasing the minimum coverage available. But, the risk of purchasing the minimum policy is it can lead to surprises if an unforeseen event does occur. For instance, you’re at fault for an auto accident and you get sued, the minimum coverage
Regulations for companies and homeowners using federal funds for projects in flood-prone areas will push construction projects to higher ground. The new regulations recently released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency require building on higher ground, up to two feet higher than the 100-year floodplain, according to the Wall Street
When you’ve spent a lifetime building assets to achieve your financial goals, the last thing you want is to see those assets wiped out by a lawsuit. Accidents happen every day, but parents face more risk when their teenagers get behind the wheel, especially in today’s lawsuit happy environment.
Keyless entry, navigation control, and entertainment systems are all computerized and subject to Internet access. Some new cars today have as many as forty wireless access points. That’s why the FBI has recently issued a new warning about the risk of cars and trucks being able to be remotely hacked.
The next mega-earthquake to shake the continental U.S. might not be the San Andreas Fault in California, but from a far more dangerous fault farther north. The Cascadia subduction zone, which runs from Northern California to British Columbia, could deliver a temblor 30 times stronger than the San Andreas. Scientists
This holiday season thousands of amateur pilots will take the controls of hobby drones. The aerial swooping and swooshing that is sure to follow will likely lead to a few cracked windows and a few bodily injuries. That’s when the liability claims could take off. “Almost no one is thinking
As insurance carriers searched for ways to expand and improve their product offerings, industry executives recognized unique and diverse risk in a rather unusual space–the high net worth market. Interestingly enough, while the affluent are generally thought of as having excessive amounts of everything, when it comes to insurance products,