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Paying out of pocket vs. filing a claim
Getting into a car accident is always a stressful situation. You’re worried about injuries, damage to your vehicle, and of course, money. How do you know if paying for repairs out of pocket will help you in the long run or make things more complicated? We’ve got you covered. Here are some questions to ask…
How insurance works with ridesharing
Ridesharing has become a huge industry in recent years, with 93 million people using Uber on a monthly basis in the last quarter of 2020. But how does it work with insurance? If you drive for a rideshare company, you may already know that your personal car insurance policy typically does not cover business use…
How to make a claim against someone else’s insurance
Car insurance is designed to protect you in the case of an accident. However, it’s also designed to protect you in a situation where you aren’t directly at-fault. Even if you’re a cautious driver with an excellent driving record, there’s always a chance that you’ll be involved in an accident caused by another driver. It’s…
Full coverage vs. liability: what’s the difference?
Insurance coverage is something that everyone needs but that few people feel they fully understand. Doing your own research can provide you with an abundance of information but no real guidance. Unfortunately, even turning to the experts (the insurance companies) is extremely confusing more often than not. Too many companies prioritize sales over individualized solutions…
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