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Homeowner’s Insurance & Property Damage

If your property has been damaged or destroyed, your homeowner’s insurance may reimburse you for your losses (depending on the specific coverage that is outlined in your policy). Some common causes of serious property damage include fires, explosions, natural disasters, floods, burst pipes and other types of water damage. It is recommended that you contact your insurer immediately after you contact your local police or fire department, if applicable, and after you have ensured that everyone is safe. Homeowner’s Insurance Claim When you make a claim to your...
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Injured at Work But Your Employer Does Not Offer WSIB Benefits? Consider Ap...

Injured At Work When employees are injured at work and unable to perform their duties for a significant period of time, or if they become permanently disabled, they will often file a claim with WSIB, the Workplace Safety Insurance Board, to be compensated for their loss of income. WSIB provides employers with no-fault collective liability insurance and access to industry-specific health and safety information. It provides their employees with loss of earnings benefits and health care coverage. Employer Not Register With WSIB But what happens if your employer is not...
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Michael Jackson’s Former Concert Promoter Withdraws $17.5 Million Ins...

It’s been over three years since the tragic death of pop icon Michael Jackson, but the strange circumstances surrounding his demise are still making headlines. Insurance Claim Dropped AEG Live, Jackson’s concert promoter, has dropped its $17.5 million claim to insurance company Lloyd’s of London for losses incurred from the “This Is It” sold-out tour that was slated for July 2009 but was subsequently canceled after Jackson’s death on June 25, 2009. Critics believe the lawsuit was dropped due to the Los Angeles Times’ publication...
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What To Do After a Car Accident

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be a frightening experience, and most people are unsure of what they should do immediately after. Here is a general list to keep in mind in the unfortunate event that you are involved in a car accident: Stay calm and check that you and your passengers are not hurt. Call 911 if there are any signs of injury or significant damage to your vehicle. If anyone is unable to get out of the car, turn on your hazard lights. Never try to move an injured person. Wait for the paramedics to arrive instead. While it is always nice to ask...