Most people by now are aware of sinkholes due to the horrible accident in Florida that swallowed up a man in his sleep this year. Only a few days ago another sinkhole claimed 3 vehicles and injured a person in Chicago. These may seem like freak incidents and would never happen to you. It’s easy to skip over the sinkhole endorsement when purchasing your homeowners policy with that same logic; it will never happen to you and is a waste of money. However this is not the case.
Almost exactly six months ago, the east coast was rocked by the catastrophe of Superstorm Sandy. Many people lost their homes, had there businesses wrecked, and even towns were torn asunder by the destruction it wrought. It was truly a horrifying incident for anyone touched by it. Now with spring beginning, it’s time to start preparing for the possibility of flooding once again. However, we can be more prepared, as we learn many valuable lessons from Sandy.
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and with Valentine’s Day comes flowers,
and chocolates, and, more importantly jewelry.But once the gifts are
opened, and the excitement has passed, is that jewelry protected? You
may not be as covered as you believe you are.
Have you considered insuring your life but hesitated to stretch the family budget to accommodate another bill? Life is unpredictable, and your death could leave your family in financial turmoil, so it’s vital you assume the worst will happen - because it could. By taking precautionary measures now you may help to alleviate any possible financial stress your death could cause your loved ones in the future.
For Philadelphia residents, buying insurance coverage for your life
should be given as much consideration as other insurance coverage, such
as your car and your home. Typically this type of insurance is purchased
to help prevent your death leaving your loved ones in financial
turmoil. Although insuring your life is a smart idea, being proactive
and aiming to live a long and healthy life is far better than sitting
back and letting the future take care of itself.