Many wedding insurance policies are changing shape due to the pandemic crisis

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Several carriers have been altering their coverage since COVID-19 lockdowns started taking place. Since the start of the pandemic crisis, claims on wedding insurance policies have been pouring in. This has had two major impacts on the market for this particular product. The first is that awareness of its existence has skyrocketed. The second is that many insurers have been working to change the coverage these products provide. Many engaged couples are seeing this type of coverage as essential for the first time. Since March 2020, when COVID-19 slammed many…

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College students are looking to tuition insurance in a year of pandemic uncertainty

Tuition insurance - College lecture

Along with masks and hand sanitizer, students headed back to the classroom are bringing coverage. As college students head back to their classrooms this year, they’re bringing tuition insurance along with the protection of their masks and hand sanitizer. The hope is that they will be able to protect their investments into their education. The uncertainty from COVID-19 and the widespread shutdowns and lockdowns faced during the last school year have made this year’s students understandably leery. At the same time that they take precautions to help protect themselves against…

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Cheers tavern owner files business interruption insurance lawsuit over claim denial

Business interruption insurance lawsuit - Cheers Tavern in Boston

Hampshire House attorneys say its insurer has refused to pay claims relating to COVID-19. Owner of several restaurants in Boston including the famous Cheers tavern, Hampshire House, has filed a business interruption insurance lawsuit. The suit was filed when the company’s insurer denied the claims it filed in response to pandemic crisis shutdowns. The company is facing the loss of millions of dollars due to the pandemic lockdowns, said attorneys. The business interruption insurance lawsuit was filed against Fireman’s Fund Insurance and Associated Indemnity Corporation and Allianz Global Risks United…

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4 Common Misconceptions About Medical Malpractice

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Professional accountability is vital in the medical profession, as innocent patients with no medical knowledge rely on the directions and actions of doctors to seek healing. When doctors administer any form of treatment, they have the mandate to exercise a high level of care to ensure no harm is done to the patient. When a patient suffers harm resulting from medical negligence, one potential recourse is to institute a medical malpractice suit. However, statistics indicate that many people who have suffered at the hands of medical negligence have never pursued…

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What happens if I don’t have motorcycle insurance?

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The day you pass your motorcycle test is probably going to be one of the best days of your life. You’ll suddenly have the freedom to pick your favorite KTM motorcycles from the local dealer and hit the road. Your license may limit the size of the bike you can ride but it won’t limit how far you can ride, or how much fun you can have! However, it’s not as simple as just hopping onto a bike and riding off into the sunset. You need to get the right…

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2020 Is The Year Of The Nurse

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In what is turning out to be a bit of precognition, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared 2020 as the year of the Nurse and the Midwife. While this was originally done in honor of Florence Nightingale, it’s taken on a new meaning with the growing global pandemic caused by the unprecedented spread of the COIVD-19 virus.  Nurses Have Always Been The Front Line The reason Florance Nightingale is such a big deal in nursing is her groundbreaking work, over a century ago, during the Crimean War. Nightingale realized that…

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What Sort of Insurance Do Athletes and Sports Teams Need?

Insurance Do Athletes and Sports Teams Need

As we all know, if you’re prepared to pay enough, you can insure just about anything. For example, actors regularly insure parts (or all) of their bodies for eye-watering sums. Some of the most famous examples of this include Heidi Klum, who insured her legs for $2 million each, Julia Roberts insured her teeth for $30 million, and Daniel Craig who insured his entire body for $9.5 million.  While this may seem a little vein, it actually makes good business sense. Actors use their bodies to make big money, so…

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