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  • Can I File a Claim Against My Homeowner's Insurance?
    Can I File a Claim Against My Homeowner's Insurance?

    “Can I file a claim against my own homeowner’s insurance? After all, I pay for it.” If you’re wondering this, there’s no reason to feel awkward or ashamed, it’s a valid question indeed. If you think ...

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  • Who's Liable in a Parking Lot Accident?
    Who's Liable in a Parking Lot Accident?

    If you’re like most people, you walk in parking lots weekly, if not every day. After all, just about every time we get out of our cars, we’re walking in a parking lot, whether it’s at Walmart, ...

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  • Do I Have to Pay Taxes on My Personal Injury Settlement?
    Do I Have to Pay Taxes on My Personal Injury Settlement?

    It doesn’t matter if you’re a W2 employee or on a 1099, taxes are important and it’s critical that all income is accounted for and reported to the IRS. You don’t want to be charged with tax evasion, a ...

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  • Is Your FICO Score Hurting Your Insurance Rates?
    Is Your FICO Score Hurting Your Insurance Rates?

    Last month we published, “What Determines Auto Insurance Rates?” and since it was a popular post, we thought we’d dig a little deeper into how FICO scores in particular affect insurance rates. We ...

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  • What Determines Auto Insurance Rates?
    What Determines Auto Insurance Rates?

    Ever wondered about auto insurance rates and what factors determine how much your premiums are? If you’re over the age of 30, you may have noticed that your insurance rates were much higher when you ...

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  • Who's Responsible in a Side-Impact Crash?
    Who's Responsible in a Side-Impact Crash?

    If you’re like a lot of people, you understand liability when it comes to rear-end accidents. Almost always, the driver of the car in the rear is at fault. This is because the vast majority of ...

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