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  • Personal Injury

    Unlike accidental events that result in a person suffering a serious injury (called bodily injury) or property that is damaged or destroyed (called property damage), personal injury usually involves one person’s alleged interference with another person's legal rights. It also applies to incidents that harm another person's reputation.

    Personal Injury commonly includes acts such as the following:

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  • Duties To Preserve Property

    Most insurance policies contain specific references to a duty to protect property from further harm. It may be called a Neglect provision or Preservation of Property; regardless, insurance companies rely on their policyholders to comply with the obligation. A policyholder’s duty can be categorized broadly in two areas. First, we’ll discuss aggravating a loss:

  • Insurance Perils

    If you have ever read the insurance policy for your home or rental property, you probably ran head-first into the terms "hazard," "peril," or "cause of loss." These are events that are covered by your insurance. This three-part article explains these terms.

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  • Identity Theft

    ID theft is a form of fraud that has been around for as long as there have been dishonest people. It is a high-profile problem because technology has created many more opportunities for this crime. Credit cards, funds transfer cards; ATMs, debit cards, smart cards, wireless payments, slipshod business practices and the Internet have all combined to make identity theft a major problem for individuals and businesses.

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  • Credit Based Scoring And Insurance

    Insurance companies use different sources of information about a person that supplements an application. For auto coverage, motor vehicle reports are ordered. For home coverage, physical inspections may be needed. Another tool that is widely used for underwriting is credit-based scoring. While once controversial, this method has gained public acceptance. Its origin lies in the commercial use of credit histories.

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