On-The-Job Drivers: Higher Chance of Death if Over 55

With the economy as crazy as it’s been over the last decade, it’s no surprise to hear that people are working after the age of retirement. Sometimes, retirement just isn’t possible if you don’t have enough money in the bank to survive without a monthly paycheck. And this is fine, apparently, if you’re only driving […]

Riverside’s Silver Fire Victims Targeted by Scams

Having your home or business destroyed in a fire is a devastating experience. And what’s worse is that some unscrupulous people out there are happy to profit off other people’s misery. It’s hard to believe, but there are a number of individuals that prey on victims of natural disasters. And sadly, it can be easy […]

Take a Ride on the (Less) Wild Side: Three-Wheeled Motorcycles

When checked some time ago, the insurance actuaries put a number on the likelihood of a motorcycle injury if you rode a cycle for two years. The sobering number was 95 percent! To the rational mind, i.e. one concerned with living a full life with all limbs and head attached, two-wheeled transportation was scratched from […]

Why Is Insurance Fraud Increasing?

Did you know that insurance companies paid out over $13 BILLION in auto fraud insurance claims—just in 2011? And if you’re wondering why your premiums go up, this is part of the problem. And the forecast doesn’t look like we’re in for smooth sailing in the future either: The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reports […]