Much of North America experiences periods of severely cold weather and is susceptible to snow and ice storms—extreme conditions that can inflict considerable damage on homes and create liability risks. Standard homeowners policies will cover most disasters that result from a freeze—but when the weather outside is frightful, it's better to minimize the potential risks.
Earthquakes happen without warning and they can cause damage even in areas where tremors aren't a known issue. If you've experienced a seismic event, here's what you need to do to be safe in the aftermath. See also: Earthquake insurance for homeowners
The 2017 and 2018 wildfire seasons were a catastrophic shock to communities, legislators, and insurance companies. This paper discusses some of the ways in which insurers are educating their customers about wildfire risks, with the goal of creating resilient communities in high-risk areas and fostering the development of new tools and techniques to help build a more wildfire-resilient world.
COBRA- Short for Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act. A federal law under which group health plans sponsored by employers with 20 or more employees must offer continuation of coverage to employees who leave their jobs and their dependents. The employee must pay the entire premium. Coverage can be extended up to 18 months. Surviving dependents can receive longer coverage.
BASIS POINT- 0.01 percent of the yield of a mortgage, bond or note. The smallest measure used.See Full Glossary
For immediate release New York Press Office: (212) 346-5500; email@example.com NEW YORK, January 8, 2020— The Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I) has released the 2020 Insurance Fact Book, a premier “go-to” publication issued annually since the Triple-I’s inception in 1960 and an essen… Read More
For immediate release New York Press Office: (212) 346-5500; firstname.lastname@example.org NEW YORK, January 7, 2020—U.S. Read More