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Ghastly Tales of Why (Good) Insurance is Super Important

Ghastly Tales of Why (Good) Insurance is Super Important

This one’s gonna be scary!

Guest Blog Alert! Can My Landlord Force Me to Get Renter's Insurance?

Guest Blog Alert! Can My Landlord Force Me to Get Renter's Insurance?

Renter’s insurance can be a great thing, but is it mandatory? Moreover, can your landlord force you to purchase a policy?

Standard Exceptions to Your Auto Insurance Coverage: Because Simple is Boring!

Standard Exceptions to Your Auto Insurance Coverage: Because Simple is Boring!

No insurance policy would be complete without some good ole' convoluted language! We're going to decipher all that stuff for you, or at least give it our best shot!

Life, the NC Financial Responsibility Act, and You

Life, the NC Financial Responsibility Act, and You

What is the meaning of life? Why does the universe exist? Does North Carolina law REALLY require me to buy all this auto insurance?!?

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part V - Medicare Part C Advantage Plans

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part V - Medicare Part C Advantage Plans

Medicare Advantage Plans look like private insurance, but they act a lot like regular Medicare when reimbursement gets involved.

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part IV

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part IV

What happens when Medicare has a right of reimbursement that competes with other types of liens? Well, let's say that most of the time, it isn't pretty for the other guys.

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part III

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part III

It's important to audit Medicare's asserted right to reimbursement. They won't do it for you, and if the Program gets paid for unrelated treatment, that money's going to come straight out of your pocket.

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part II

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part II

Medicare's great until you forget to pay them out of your settlement recovery. Read on to learn how to not do that!