The Most Dodgy Insurance Claims (Infographic)

Most who claim from their insurance have a genuine reason to do so. However, there are a few who attempt to pull a fast one, and there are those whose stories are so ridiculous they must be true. We find out the strangest and most dodgy insurance claims. 

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Auto Insurance When You Have No Car?

In recent times, the rates of car insurance have gone down, especially in the younger generation. People do not really prefer owning a car now; they just rent one, borrow one or utilize car sharing services if they ever have to drive.

Now here is the problem with this situation and something most people do not know;


Employer Mandate Delayed: Retailers and Restaurants Delighted

The Obamacare employers mandate has been delayed yet again. Republicans and businesses offer criticism on the decision, but there are some people who are really happy about it; restaurants and retailers.

Both restaurants and retailers believe that the delay is an indication of the fact that the Obama Administration is going to collaborate with businesses in an attempt to eliminate some of the burdens of the Affordable Care Act.


Insurance Companies Competing with Internet Giants

A recent global research has claimed that nearly two-thirds or 67% of the people consider buying insurance policies from organizations that are basically not in the business.  Among these, there are 23% consumers who prefer buying their coverage from online service providers like Amazon and Google.

The survey comprises of a sample size of nearly 6,000 insurance consumers who belong to 11 different countries. 


Flood Insurance Rise in Rates Postponed Until Fall of 2015

A law proposed in 2012, regarding flood insurance premiums, will not be enforced until after the second quarter of 2015 has passed. The Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA has stated that a bill was passed by Congress last month which has delayed higher premiums. A provision in the bill puts limitations on FEMA,


Is Pay-As-You-Drive Insurance a Good Choice?

There are so many insurance providers that have enticed consumers with a policy, which they call the pay-as-you-drive insurance or usage based insurance. A few companies have also named it as the telematics policy, a word that has been derived from information and technology, on which the policy has been based.


47 States Declare Widespread Flu and H1N1


With outbreaks of cold and flu on the rise across the U.S., Americans are facing a seemingly impossible task of helping their families stay healthy this winter. As of last week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 47 states have declared the incidence of flu to be regional or widespread in their communities and nearly 10,000 cases of H1N1 have been documented.


Tips to Extend the Life of Your Vehicle

When it comes to vehicle maintenance there are two schools of practice: the “do it for me” and the “do it yourself.” The majority fall under the first category, meaning they opt to take their vehicle in for maintenance, mostly because having the ability to lift your vehicle for an oil change or having the proper tools for a tire rotation are not common in an average garage.


45 Million Americans without Dental Insurance

Dental health is essential to overall health, affecting everything from our hearts to our mental well-being. Yet despite ample research that underscores the importance of taking care of our teeth, millions of Americans never go to the dentist. A lack of dental insurance is one of the top reasons Americans don’t keep up with their dental care.