A Small Under Insured Personal Injury

A small under insured personal injury can ruin a business.
You may not have $5,000 to $25,000 on hand and ready to cover one of the most common business accidents.
Here is how a common lease requirement can cost you: The problem lies within the lease terms.

Leases: These documents often specify that parties carry liability insurance covering “Personal Injury”, when in fact what they really require is insurance covering “Bodily Injury” (blood, bruises, broken bones or death).

Problem: You have a client who trips on a floor mat or phone cord. Maybe they slip on the ice, or a wet floor area. You have Personal Injury insurance per the terms of your lease.

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Why Are My Friend’s Auto Insurance Rates Lower?

It’s a common question that stems from the fact that many auto insurance providers don’t openly talk about the factors that influence the rate you’re charged on your auto insurance. The reality is that there’s much more that goes into how rates are determined than simply whether you’ve been in any at–fault accidents. Here are a few of the other factors.

The Type and Age of Vehicle You Drive

The type of vehicle you drive has a large influence on the insurance premiums you pay. If you drive a high–powered sports car, for example, you are statistically more likely to engage in riskier driving behaviors that cause more damage in accidents, and you’ll pay a higher insurance rate as a result. The same is true if you drive a large truck or SUV. Because of their weight, these types of vehicles can cause more damage in accidents.

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