Auto Insurance Quote: Should I Include My Children When Getting A Policy Or Purchase A Separate One?

Word Count: 535 Summary: Parents can consider car insurance as expensive. But when the safety of your children is on the line, the cost does not really matter at all. However, there are factors involved when deciding to whether to include your children when getting a policy or purchase a separate one. And sometimes, the decision to make is a bit confusing. To make your decision making easier, you have to weigh the following factors and decide which is most advantageous to you: Cheaper rate – Au… Keywords: auto insurance quote Article Body: Parents can consider car insurance as expensive. But when the safety of your children is on the line, the cost does not really matter at all. However, …

How Do I Choose A Good Insurance Company For My Needs?

It’s easy to see which company is least expensive, but when you need them to cover a claim, what kind of job will they do? To put it another way, which is the most reliable insurance company? Here’s some quick tips to help you choose the right insurance company for you. Visit your state’s department of insurance and check consumer complaint ratios and basic rate comparison surveys. Get in touch with local body medical practitioners you trust and ask which insurance companies they recommend. Consider contacting an insurance agent for additional information about a particular insurance company. Check out the financial strength ratings for an insurance company by referring to the A.M. Best and Standard & Poor’s ratings. There’s so …

Rising Liability Insurance Rates Hurt Family Practices

It is becoming increasingly difficult for family practice physicians to even obtain medical liability insurance let alone afford it. More and more insurance companies are deciding not to underwrite any medical liability insurance. Literally, in most states there are only few who will offer it. The increasing rate of malpractice lawsuits is to blame for this. Juries are awarding multi million dollar settlements and it is forcing many doctors to close the doors on their family practices. The problem is concurrent with other problems; doctor A closes his family practice so all of the patients rush to doctor B, now Dr. B is on overload and his patients are unhappy because of lengthy wait times and the vicious cycle continues. …