Scandal insurance is taking off to protect against celebrity disgrace

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Famous people suffering reputation disasters can cause entire projects and brand deals to collapse. Celebrities are always in the spotlight, driving brands, studios and projects to purchase scandal insurance to an increasing degree. After all, when most of us do something foolish or naughty, the worst we will typically suffer is embarrassment. A celebrity could face career-ending catastrophe from the wrong slip-up. This can bring down everything they’re connected with, in the process. The larger a celebrity’s poor judgment in a circumstance, the greater the threat exposure. As a result,…

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SeaWorld parking lot flooding leaves guests with auto insurance nightmare

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Last month, a number of guests experienced flooded cars from a sudden Orlando downpour. A number of unlucky park guests returned to the SeaWorld parking lot after their visit in July only to find that they had an auto insurance struggle on their hands. Part of the lot had flooded, damaging their cars and the contents of those vehicles. Only now are they discovering what insurers will provide. The vehicle owners have been informed that they need substantial evidence to prove the cause of the damage. The vehicle owners who…

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Bernie Sanders is returning donations in violation of private insurance pledge

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After calling on 2020 Democratic opponents to do so, he will also return donations against his pledge. Bernie Sanders’ campaign has announced his intention to return donations violating his pledges regarding private insurance and pharma money. The move was made after Sanders called on his Democratic 2020 opponents to do the same thing. In Bernie Sanders’ pledge regarding private insurance and pharma, he called for 2020 Democratic campaigns to decline or return donations involving: “contributions over $200 from the PACs, lobbyists, or executives of health insurance or pharmaceutical companies.” He…

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NFIP improvement bipartisan flood insurance bill in the works in Louisiana

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In the wake of Hurricane Barry, state senators are working on a strategy to improve the flawed program. Hurricane Barry may not have been a worst case scenario in Louisiana, but the damage it left behind has driven senators to push harder for a bipartisan flood insurance bill overhaul. NFIP has been problematic for quite some time, but the senators are hoping to make it better. Despite some flooding and damage left behind by Barry, Senator Bill Cassidy pointed out that Louisiana could have fared much worse. The storm corrected…

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Top US cities for speeding tickets identified in recent report

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A new Insurify study revealed the top 20 cities across the country where speeders tend to drive. Driving over the speed limit is far from a rare occurrence in most cities, but new data regarding speeding tickets has pointed to the cities where it happens most. There isn’t a driver on the road who hasn’t seen another vehicle go zipping by above the marked limit. The Insurify study didn’t take into account the reason for the excessive speed. That data was not available for analysis. The recipients of the speeding…

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Is your home protected on July 4 in case of firework damage?

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A gorgeous pyrotechnic display is a fantastic way to polish off a red, white, and blue themed party. Families and friends across the country are preparing to celebrate the fourth of July and should understand their coverage against firework damage to ensure that if something goes awry it won’t lead to financial ruin. The National Fire Protection Agency says this is the biggest day of the year for home fires. Firework damage is a serious risk. Though additional precautions can help to prevent disaster, it’s still important to understand your…

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Porsche auto insurance rolling out in two states

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Some of the automaker’s customers now have the opportunity to purchase coverage directly. Illinois and Oregon luxury car drivers will be able to cover their vehicles with Porsche auto insurance. The automaker has announced the launch of its new policies to cover customers driving its vehicles. The car insurance is initially launching in two states for vehicles manufactured after 1981. The Porsche auto insurance policy will be available to owners with vehicles made in 1981 or after. It will be a mileage-based coverage for vehicles based in Illinois and Oregon…

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