As exciting as it can be, planning and hosting an event usually comes with a certain level of risk. No matter how well-organized and carefully planned an event may be, unexpected accidents and incidents can occur, which can lead to liability claims and financial losses. This is where insurance comes in. Insurance provides a safety net for event organizers and participants, helping to mitigate potential risks and cover the costs of unexpected incidents. However, not all insurance policies are created equal, and it’s important to understand the different types of…Read More
Highly Ignored Impact of Increasing Petrol Prices on Two-Wheeler Owners in India
Petrol prices in India on two-wheelers have been on a consistent rise for quite some time now. Despite the Indian government announcing a reduction in these prices, they remain stagnantly high. This has started to affect two-wheeler owners dramatically, making them break the bank. Essentials like commodities and transportation costs are not being met conveniently due to this spike in petrol prices. But there is so much more that is happening due to this problem. Is there any hope for relief from this anytime soon? Let us find out! The…Read More
Everything you Need to Know About Class Action Settlement
A class action settlement occurs when both teams in a class action lawsuit opt to quit litigating the allegations and, instead, solve the suit with a monetary benefit. Remember, a class action settlement is not an admission of guilt. In most instances, the organization facing the lawsuit prefers to settle it than go through an expensive trial. Specific organizations spend many years fighting cases, while others solve the issue immediately to prevent negative press. Below we discuss everything you need to know about class action settlement. Who is Eligible? The…Read More
Steps to follow if your house is flooded after a frozen pipe
If just a frozen pipe has occurred. Be sure to switch off the main water valve and open any faucets connected to the freezing pipes. This will reduce pressure on the pipes and help prevent flooding if they burst. If the pipe is visible, use a hair dryer or space heater to safely thaw any ice blockages. Carefully inspect all exposed pipes for leaks – even with the water turned off, pressure can reveal a leak once it’s been thawed. It is recommended that you contact a professional plumber equipped…Read More
How to Manage Your Finances More Effectively
As 2022 draws to a close and people look towards the new year, it can be time to think about what went well in the year and where there is room for improvement. Many people make new years resolutions in the coming weeks, and these can range from getting fitter and losing weight to giving up bad habits such as smoking or drinking to excess. As the new year approaches, many people will take a critical look at their finances. Over the last year, there has been a steady rise…Read More
How Do You Get a New DOT Number, and Why Do You Need One?
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issues Department of Transportation (DOT) numbers to commercial vehicles that have been registered. All carrier vehicles that exceed specified weight limits carry a minimum number of paying passengers or travel across state lines are required to have DOT numbers. Local DOT regulations also apply in the majority of states. Dot Certification: What Does It Mean? With DOT certification, a driver can demonstrate that they are qualified to operate commercial vehicles on highways and roads. Most states require DOT certification to use commercial motor vehicles, such…Read More
How Do I Report My GSA Schedule Sales?
Reporting GSA sales is an obligatory part of your GSA Schedule contract. Under the terms of your contract, to remain compliant with GSA regulations, you need to report GSA sales regularly, otherwise you put your contract at risk. So, how do you report sales? Let’s bring this into focus. Meet FAS Sales Reporting Portal As a GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract holder you are obliged to report every GSA sale you make. From 2018, the Federal Acquisition Service has introduced a new way to do this: the FAS Sales…Read More