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While we elect to carry certain types of insurance, others are required under state law. Even the optional policies aren’t always truly a choice unless you prefer the risk of losing everything you own in a lawsuit or catastrophe. As a policyholder, you have the right to assume you will get what you’re paying for…

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Becoming a whistleblower takes a lot of courage because it’s rarely as simple as making an anonymous phone call if you want the wrongdoing to stop, or even be punished. One of the most egregious times to take advantage of people is during a pandemic like coronavirus. While the government is attempting to offer a…

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Ever since Back To The Future hit the screen, we’ve been hoping and waiting for a car-turned-time-machine to show up in our driveways. While that’s clearly not happening anytime soon, each time a new technology enhanced vehicle rolls off the assembly line boasting about improved safety coupled with luxury, we fall in love. Technology and…

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Under normal circumstances, the last days of pregnancy are scary enough for many expectant mothers. They now have to contend with a contagious virus, known to cause damage to placentas as well as lungs and other internal organs. It’s an obvious concern for their own health and their newborns who could experience difficulties in the…

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The federal government is trying to help set up protections for homeowners under the current health crisis to minimize bankruptcies and slow the potential of entering an economic depression. It was announced in March that federally-backed mortgages would be protected so that homeowners didn’t default and find themselves with poor credit hindering future homeownership. It…

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When you send a loved one out into the world every morning, you just take it for granted that you’ll see them come through the door again at the end of the day. You know the world is a dangerous place, but you and your family members take precautions and don’t put yourselves into risky…

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Healthcare is a top priority for most voters. No matter where you stand on healthcare, one thing everyone agrees on is that we want access to healthcare when we need it, and we want that medical care to be safe, professional, and error-free. MoneyRates recently published a study entitled “Best States for Healthcare 2020,” illustrating…

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At the end of April, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell geared up for what may be a contentious battle when he announced his priority for the administration’s next COVID-19 relief bill – broad protections for companies and businesses from lawsuits as they reopen from the coronavirus pandemic. Often referred to as “blanket immunity,” this call…

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