Distracted driving is a major cause of deadly car accidents each year. It’s not surprising that texting is considered a distraction. Texting requires visual, manual and cognitive attention just the same as driving. While texting and touching your smartphone may be the most dangerous distraction, many others can impact you safely driving. Even simple tasks like changing the music volume can hinder your undivided attention.
In light of the recent fires around the country, it is understandable that there is a renewed interest in fire insurance and what is covered. There is suspicion that some of the recent fires were the result of arson rather than being an accident. The government is refraining from officially declaring most of these fires as an act of terrorism or a natural disaster and the terrorism designation has only been applied to fires from incendiary balloon sent from Gaza (at the time of writing).
Engagements and weddings are exciting times. It can be easy to get wrapped up in the details and logistics of the simcha and forget about that new valuable piece of jewelry on the bride’s finger. It is important to insure new valuables when they are purchased so you don’t find yourself stuck without coverage.
Last year (2020) was a challenging year. Most countries around the world experienced various rates of infection at different times. As the extent of what was at first thought of as a local outbreak spread, and rapidly mutated into a world epidemic, countries closed their borders, and the world of air travel we were previously accustomed to,
Why You Need Homeowners Insurance?
Your home and content possessions are valuable assets and it is important to protect their value. Even if you are renting a home, it makes sense to purchase comprehensive insurance to make sure your home and its contents are insured and that you won’t face major financial loss in the case of unavoidable damage.
Car accidents happen, even to the most careful drivers. After an accident, no matter how minor or serious, it is common to freeze with shock, be dizzy with adrenaline, feel paralysed by embarrassment or be furious with the other driver.
The first thing you must do in a car accident? Stay Calm.
While it is common to become overwhelmed and confused,