Keeping Insurance Rates Low After Adding Teen Drivers

Beyond Dog Bites: Other Injuries For Which A Homeowner May Be Liable

Most homeowners know that they can be held liable when their visitors get injured in their homes. However, people only tend to think of "common" injuries, such as those caused by falls and dog bites. As a homeowner, however, you should know that you can be held liable for all injuries occurring in your home, including those that you may not think of, such as these three: Drug Overdose Prescription and over-the-counter drugs are found abundantly in many homes across the country. Read More 

Why You Should Consider Changing Careers to Insurance

Are you tired of your current job? Are you currently searching for a new career? There may be a wide variety of careers to choose from, but only a few may actually be worthwhile. One of the worthwhile options that you may not yet have considered is that of an insurance agent. Selling insurance may not always be the most glamorous option, but there are still many reasons to choose it as a career. Read More 

A Guide to the Voluntary and State-Ordered Suspension of Your Vehicle Registration in California

If the state of California has recently informed you that the registration of your vehicle has been suspended, it is important to know how you can go about clearing the issue up. While you may be able to address the issue by making a payment online, there are also instances when this can be a more time-consuming or expensive problem to fix. Therefore, it is a good idea for every responsible owner of a vehicle in the state of California to know the following information when you need to restore the legality of driving or parking your car on public roads. Read More 

4 Things To Talk To Your Health Insurance About When You’re Expecting

As soon as you discover that you and your partner are expecting, you have to know what to expect as far as health insurance goes. When you know how your insurance is going to work for you during your pregnancy, you can get through it with a bit more peace of mind. Here are four specific things to talk to your health insurance about: Adding Your Newborn to the Plan: Your health insurance should provide you with details about how to add your newborn to your health insurance plan. Read More 

3 Optional Choices You Should Consider On Your Car Insurance

Most, if not all, car owners are aware that they are required to carry auto insurance to drive legally. But when it's time to select a policy, the number of additional items available to you besides the required ones can be overwhelming. To that end, here are three types of coverage that are optional in most states that you might want to make sure you have on your policy. Comprehensive Coverage Read More