Homeowners insurance review and preparation keeps claims down at Super Bowl parties

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These gatherings can be a lot of fun, but some extra care can keep guests and property safe. Super Bowl Sunday is coming up and football fans planning to host a party have a homeowners insurance review and some preparations to make. These small efforts can help to make sure there will be a lower risk of injury, damage or the need for an insurance claim. Millions of Americans plan to take part in a Super Bowl party, either hosting or attending. Any time there is a gathering of people,…

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Anthem health insurance plans leaving Ohio exchange in 2018

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The insurer announced that it will not participate in the state’s ACA marketplace next year. One of the largest insurers in the United States, Anthem health insurance, announced its intention to exit the Ohio ACA exchange next year. While the company is large, very few people will be affected by the departure. Only about 10,500 Ohioans have health plans with Anthem, residing in only one fifth of the state’s counties. While the Anthem health insurance exit from the exchange is a small one when all is said and done, it…

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NRA gun insurance launches for owners shooting in self defense

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The new policies are designed to cover legal fees for acquitted cases and clean-up costs as well. The National Rifle Association has announced a new NRA gun insurance policy to cover Americans who want coverage in case they shoot in self defense. The policies will cover the clean-up of the scene. That said, legal fee reimbursement is issued only if the case finishes with an acquittal for a ruling. This NRA gun insurance policy is only the latest in the association’s efforts to ensure the rights of people who want…

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Insurance strategy changes and upgrades for 2017

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As the new year begins, a little bit of attention to your coverage plans could make for a better 2017. As 2017 gets started, the last thing on your mind might be reviewing your insurance strategy. After all, you likely have resolutions for healthier living and saving more money to keep up with. However, giving your policies a little bit of attention now can help to ensure the rest of the year will be better for you. The health of your insurance coverage is an important issue, and a new…

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Kanye West insurance payout could reach $30 million

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The performer cancelled the rest of his tour as a result of reported mental health problems. Media reports suggest that the Kanye West insurance payout could be as high as $30 million following his tour cancellation. The hip hop celebrity announced the cancellation of the remainder of his tour as a result of health struggles. He was hospitalized last week following an incident while he was at his trainer’s house. Reports indicated that the police had been initially called for a domestic disturbance, later deemed a medical emergency. The star…

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New FEMA maps may lead to more flood insurance policy sales

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A higher number of homeowners may soon find themselves being required to purchase coverage. In Tennessee, many homeowners who have never had to purchase a flood insurance policy before might find that situation changing. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has updated its flood maps and in certain counties, this has meant considerable change. For instance, in Davidson county, Tennessee, over 4,400 properties are newly considered to be in high risk zones. This means that thousands of property owners are also finding themselves in need of a flood insurance policy…

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John Hancock long term care insurance is shutting down

The insurer recently announced its intentions to step out of that market and will cease selling next month. As of December 2016, John Hancock long term care insurance policies will no longer be sold by the insurer. This announcement arrived as the company announced that it would be exiting that coverage market. The insurance company is owned by one of the largest long term care policy providers in the United States. John Hancock long term care insurance is owned by Canadian firm Manulife Financial Corp. That company is among the…

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Verifly drone insurance launches a US pay as you fly coverage

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A startup has created an on demand and per flight form of insurance policy for drone users. The Verifly drone insurance policy launched after having been in the making since the end of 2014. This policy makes it possible for drone users to pay for coverage per flight and on demand. The drone insurance policy uses a mobile app and service that have been in development since 2014. The Verifly drone insurance coverage is available in the United States. The policy covers unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) use within the commercial…

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Free Pokemon Go insurance available from Sberbank

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The largest bank in Russia is now offering free coverage for people who experience an injury from playing. Sberbank, Russia’s biggest bank, is now offering free Pokemon Go insurance to its customers. The insurance policy will protect policyholders for claims up to 50,000 rubles (approximately $800) in the event of injury during play. Pokemon Go injuries are becoming increasingly common as people move about while distracted. As silly as this offering may sound, the large number of reported injuries shows it could have a purpose. The Pokemon Go insurance provides…

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Life insurance policies carried by San Bernardino shooter may be seized by US

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This week, federal prosecutors filed a suit to be able to take control of Syed Rizwan Farook’s payouts. The life insurance policies taken out by Syed Rizwan Farook, one of the San Bernardino shooters from the attacks in December 2015, may soon be seized by the U.S. government if federal prosecutors are successful in winning the lawsuit they have now filed. This would allow the government to seize the payouts from the two insurance policies carried by the shooter. The U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles made the filing for…

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