Insurance Blog Week In Review August 22-28, 2007

Insurance Term Of The Week: Dog Bite Liability Wednesday August 22, 2007. For the Small Business the week started with information about liability and Insurance many individuals and businesses need to consider. The Difference Between Claims Made and Occurrence Liability Policies, may not be the most exciting thing to read but, interesting for any small business person. Thursday August 23, 2007. The Small Business Insurance category has been a little slow, so I decided to build on yesterday and add The Basics about General Liability and Professional Liability Insurance I know this isn’t as exciting as Body Part Insurance, but … Continue reading

Five Important Insurance Tips For Your Recreational Vehicle

Owning a Recreational Vehicle (RV) offers families the freedom to explore the beauty of America while enjoying a few comforts of home. Whether you’re a retired couple traveling or taking the great family vacation America’s roadways, even the best plans can go astray. Traveling in a Motor home or RV can leave vacationers subject to problems and when that happens most policyholders are happy when they investigated their insurance options first. Many Personal Auto Insurance policies will allow an insured to add their motor home or RV to the personal auto policy and some estimates indicate that as many as … Continue reading

Insurance Terms: Q-R

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U-V | W-Z Insurance Terms: Q Qualified Annuity is a form of an annuity purchased with pretax dollars as a part of a retirement plan benefiting from a special tax arrangement like a 401(k) plan. Qualified High-Deductible Health Plans are health plan with lower premiums that cover expenses after the insured has met the large deductible for out of pocket … Continue reading

All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Insurance

Spring is just around the corner and last week I wrote a Blog about Personal Watercraft, or small boats. The other thing families seem to be attracted to adding as a toy are All Terrain Vehicle’s otherwise known as an ATV. Useful, fun and wonderful way to spend a weekend ATV’s are loved by families, ranchers, hunters, beach safety, and trail riders all over the country. In some cases, a Homeowner Policy might offer some coverage for an ATV that is used only on your own private property. But, most Homeowner policies will not cover if it’s used off your … Continue reading