Insurance Articles

Is Affordable Car Insurance for College Students Possible

We’ve all been there at some point – you’ve just passed your test, you’re excited to finally have some freedom, and then you realize that you’re going to have to pay car insurance. Car insurance, like all insurance, features premiums which are calculated according to risk. Unfortunately, the younger and the more inexperienced you are […]

Home Fire Statistics and Prevention

According to a National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) report that examined data collected between 2007 and 2011, U.S. fire departments respond to an average of 366,600 home structure fires per year. These fires cause an estimated average of 2,570 civilian deaths and 13,210 civilian injuries. They result in $7.2 billion in direct property damage. If […]

Steps to Take After an Auto Accident

Automobile accidents on America’s busy roadways—from minor fender-benders to fatal pile-ups—are more common than you may imagine. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 9,387,000 passenger vehicles were involved in police-reported traffic crashes in 2012. More than 35,000 of these vehicles were involved in fatal crashes, 21,667 occupants lost their lives, and […]

Defend Your Home Against Burglaries and Home Invasions

If you were anywhere near a television in June of 2013, you likely saw this graphic video of a horrifying New Jersey home invasion broadcast repeatedly on national news programs. It’s the stuff of nightmares, and unfortunately, according to the FBI, these violent break-ins—and less violent burglaries—are not as uncommon as you may think. Nearly […]

Have You Cosigned Student Loans?

If amassing the largest quantity of college debt is a contest, it appears that the Class of 2014 has won. According to one analysis of government data, the average graduating college student this year had $33,000 in student loans. After adjusting for inflation, that’s nearly twice the amount students borrowed two decades ago. And parents […]