With constant images of the beach, surfing and hot sunny days posted on television programs and the Internet, California is well known for its natural water sources and the plethora of available recreational sports. Water skis, jet skis, yachts, canoes, kayaks—all provide hours of fun and excitement. But did you know that just like a car, you are expected to have insurance coverage for your boats and personal watercraft? Continue Reading →
Archive | April, 2012
There are plenty of movies out there that depict special events gone awry and we, as the audience, find them hysterical. It could be as simple as meeting your upcoming in-laws over the weekend, or as complex as a bachelor party in Vegas. But the bottom line is that it is not so funny when it actually happens in your own personal life—especially on your wedding day, quinceanera, bar mitzvah, or any other special day. Continue Reading →
When the flames begin to burn through the Californian terrain, don’t expect the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, to provide you and your family with the necessary funds to rebuild your home. Even if the wildfires become a natural disaster and create tens of millions of dollars in damage, the federal agency is not obligated to assist the state or the families with property damage, lost possessions or loss of life.
You might think this couldn’t happen, but it just did. Continue Reading →