Auto insurance claims involving animals skyrocket in the fall, says Farmers Insurance

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The insurer is reminding drivers to be mindful of this seasonal increase in driving risks. As the fall begins, so does the migration season for many kinds of animals, which unfortunately leads to a rise in auto insurance claims in crashes involving animals on the road. New data by Farmers Insurance showed an increase in 36 percent in claims for those reasons. Farmers Insurance data showed that there is a rise of about 36 percent in comprehensive auto insurance claims involving crashes with animals on the roads during the fall.…

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How to Lower the Cost of Your Home Insurance

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Just by making a few tweaks, your home insurance costs can differ by hundreds of dollars. There are many variables that go into determining the costs of your home insurance and by being informed about what impacts these calculations you can make a more knowledgeable decision when purchasing your policy. An insurance broker is one of your best resources when it comes to shopping around and comparing policies, so be sure to enlist the help of yours for when you need help purchasing coverage. Also, a broker will be able…

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Hobby farm insurance offers solutions for operations of all size

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It’s important to make sure a policy provides the right amount of coverage for each component. Hobby farm insurance is a unique type of coverage because many types of growers policy are designed for much larger operations. That said, the right coverage does exist, and it’s important to make sure your policy is a solid fit. Hobby farming is far from the large industrial operation that are commonplace across the country. The type of hobby farm insurance you require depends on what you’re doing, how you’re doing it and where…

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Michigan Production Insurance Brokerage Educate on Film Equipment Insurance

Los Angeles, CA, October 13, 2019 –(PR.com)– MFE Insurance, a Michigan production insurance brokerage, recently released a guide on "What Producers Need To Know About Film Equipment Insurance." This insurance can help protect film producers or owners of film equipment used for film production. Film equipment insurance consists of insurance policies designed to provide liability coverage for companies and individuals producing video projects. These can include music videos, web series, shows, and other similar productions. The policy can provide funding to repair and replace damaged equipment. Damaged equipment can seriously…

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Long-Term Care Insurance Claims Insights Shared by Association Director

Los Angeles, CA, October 13, 2019 –(PR.com)– According to a new report, it is roughly 13 years from when a consumer purchases a long-term care insurance policy to the beginning of a claim according to information being shared by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI). "The information comes from one of the very few relevant studies of long-term care insurance so the insights are of enormous value," explains Jesse Slome, director of the group. Slome, who is the author of numerous consumer guides that focus on long-term care…

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Aging holocaust survivors file lawsuit over Nazi-era life insurance payouts

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Surviving beneficiaries have faced a decades-long battle for payments for their murdered relatives. Holocaust survivors have been battling with life insurance companies for years – and sometimes decades – to receive life insurance payouts from policies for which they were beneficiaries. Family members of people murdered by Nazis are seeking payment from the coverage they had on the victims. Holocaust survivors are running out of time in their efforts to recover insurance policies that Nazi-era companies refused to honor. According to the Holocaust Survivors’ Foundation USA, the sum total of…

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HIV prevention drugs to be available prescription-free in California

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Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill to give pharmacists authority to dispense these medications. To start the week, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill providing pharmacists the authority to dispense Truvada and other HIV prevention drugs to patients without a doctor’s prescription. The new California bill will make it possible for pharmacists to dispense PrEP and PEP drugs. PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) can play important roles in preventing HIV infection among patients potentially exposed to it. Patients in California will no longer require a doctor’s prescription…

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