Subletting? Do You Need Renters Insurance?

Whether you're temporarily leasing a friend or acquaintance's apartment while looking for a more permanent arrangement, or subletting your own apartment to someone else while you're out of town, you may be curious about how to best protect your belongings and other assets in case of a break-in or damage claim. Fortunately, there are certain types of renters insurance that should be able to cover either situation. Read on to learn more about how to best protect yourself in a subletting situation. Read More 

How To Be Compensated For Your Biking Injuries

If you are struck by a car while biking down the street, there is a good chance that you will have major medical issues that will accrue and need to be addressed right away. The insurance company for the driver of the vehicle will be responsible for paying your medical bills, but they may pay you for more than just that in the end. Below is a guide for a few things that some insurance companies will pay for when an accident occurs. Read More 

Commercial Auto Insurance: Factors That Affect The Cost

If you run a business, you need to make sure all vehicles and drivers are covered by commercial insurance. Like traditional auto insurance, business insurance costs can vary greatly depending on the type of policy you have, what kind of business you're insuring, and whether or not they offer payment plans. Here are some things to consider when it comes to how much your business auto insurance will cost. Types of Vehicles Used Read More