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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Buy flood insurance now as opposed to waiting, says FEMA

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency is telling people not to delay before purchasing coverage. FEMA has issued a recommendation to homeowners, instructing them to buy flood insurance today instead of waiting to make their decision at a later date. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said that now is a good time for buying this coverage. The policies to which FEMA referred are through the National Flood Insurance Program. Among the top reasons FEMA is saying that homeowners should buy flood insurance now instead of later is that there is a…

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Noah’s Ark amusement park sues its theme park insurance company for rain damage

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A multimillion dollar replica of the biblical boat and the park around it were damaged by storms. Following the damage of a replica of Noah’s ark and other related attractions, a theme park insurance company is being sued. Ark Encounter is located in Northern Kentucky. It filed a lawsuit regarding coverage for damages to the property following substantial rain. The insurance company has filed a suit for $1 million in repairs and additional costs. Ark Encounter filed a lawsuit against its theme park insurance company. It claims to want to…

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Alleged Allstate whistleblower sued for $700K over insurance discrimination accusations

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Mehda Joshi claimed that the insurance company sought to deny coverage to visible minorities in Canada. A former Allstate employee in Canada sued the company for wrongful dismissal and publicly accused the company of insurance discrimination. The company has now launched a counterclaim against the woman, Mehdi Joshi, for over $700,000 in damages. The legal battle between Joshi and Allstate Insurance Canada began in a Toronto court last week. This court battle is in Canada’s national spotlight and is also being watched by many other countries around the world due…

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Parents are looking to education insurance to protect school costs

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Many people are making sure their tuition money is safe by investing in policies to ensure coverage. Some parents who have realized the risk involved in the funds they spend on tuition are turning to education insurance to keep their investment safe. Should anything happen during a student’s college career, recovering education costs can be difficult. Colleges typically offer different forms of refund policies. That said, after four to six weeks into the semester have passed, the refund policies for most colleges will have expired. This means that it’s nearly…

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