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When involved in an automobile accident, you may have significant property damage, bodily injuries, lost income and other harms and losses. These unexpected harms can quickly put a tremendous amount of financial strain on you and your family. This is where some states’ personal injury protection benefits (PIP benefits) come into play. Overview of Personal

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The Importance of Renters Insurance Coverage

  If you are renting an apartment or house, it is important consider renters insurance coverage. You might not own the property, but you have belongings you want to protect in case of a fire or other disaster, such as a television, computer, jewelry and artwork. If you have a renters insurance policy, you can

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Self Driving Car Accidents

In the near future, individuals will have the ability to ride without hands using their smart phones. According to the IIHS, over 90 percent of car accidents are the fault of the human behind the wheel. However, it is projected that within 20 years, self driving cars could decrease this amount by over 75 percent.

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Managing Wealth After a Divorce

A divorce can be financially devastating, but rebuilding your wealth after a divorce is very possible.Because you may have been dependent on two incomes and bills for your entire household, learning how to two manage your money with one less person to support can be a little confusing. However if you learn to establish a

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How To Determine Fault After a Car Accident

  According to the Association for Safe International Road Traffic, more than 30,000 people die in fatal car accidents in the U.S. each year, and additionally, approximately two million people are injured or disabled from car accidents. Injured victims include drivers and their passengers, as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. While drivers might dispute who

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House Lawmakers Block Speed Limiter Mandate

  On a voice vote, the House of Representatives voted to prohibit a proposed Department of Transportation rule which would have required truckers to install devices on their rigs that limit their speed.  However, the rule might already be dead. Unlike the Electronic Logging Device mandate, the Speed Limiter Mandate is an agency rule and

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