Cheap Insurance and Speeding: Does It Matter?

TweetIn September 2011, Maine became the only state east of the Mississippi River to have a stretch of highway where 75 mph is the legal speed limit. According to locals, no one ever obeyed the old limit along the isolated … Continue reading

Cheap Auto Insurance: Technology Allows Policies to Get More Personal

TweetOver the past few years, the cheapest auto insurance offerings have trended toward greater personalization of individual policies in an effort to apply more realistic risk models. At the same time, available benefits are more attuned to real-world values that … Continue reading

Strange Insurance: You Can’t Really Get Coverage for That, Can You?

TweetInsurance topics, on a whole, tend to be pretty straightforward. People want to know how to get the cheapest auto insurance or the most inexpensive, but comprehensive, health insurance. They look for articles to explain loopholes in homeowners insurance and … Continue reading

Cheap Auto Insurance for Teens, High Rates for a High Risk Population

TweetThe statistics regarding teenage drivers and auto safety are not only frightening, but have serious implications for the affordability of their parents’ auto insurance policies. In 2009, every single day, 16 to 19 teenage drivers died from injuries sustained in … Continue reading

Demand for Flood Insurance Spikes on Eastern Seaboard

TweetIn the aftermath of Hurricane’s Irene and Lee, residents in states along the eastern seaboard are seeking flood insurance in droves. Inquiries and applications for the coverage are up 30 percent over a year ago. What many of these would-be … Continue reading

Unemployment in U.S. Deepens Health Insurance Crisis

TweetOn Tuesday, September 13, the Census Bureau released some shocking figures reflecting the current standard of living in the United States. Approximately 46.2 million people in this country are poor, and 49.9 million have no heath insurance coverage whatsoever. The … Continue reading