Run Your Own Business In The USA? Hope You’re Insured

Run Your Own Business In The USA? Hope You’re Insured By Amanda Warren The idea of owning and operating your own business has been romanticized by probably almost everyone who hasn’t actually tried it.  “Easier said than done” may be the best way to describe it unless all your customers are eager to pay you handsomely and in advance while accommodating your schedule. Over the years, I’ve known several people who ran their own businesses owning and operating rental property.  It can be a great way to make the most…

Read More

Life Insurance Company Will Add Fitness Tracking Data to ALL Policies Next Year

Life Insurance Company Will Add Fitness Tracking Data to ALL Policies Next Year By Nicholas West One of America’s oldest insurance companies, John Hancock, has its eyes set firmly on the future. With the arrival of Big Data and the now never-ending stream of information that is available to data brokers on individuals in nearly real time, the lure of using it for customer analytics and behavior modification has become irresistible. According to a recent announcement cited by Reuters, the company is taking the unprecedented step of “selling only interactive…

Read More

Did You Know That Insurance Companies Are Not Covering Cell Phone and WiFi Radiation Exposure Health Issues? How Lloyd’s of London and Others Figure In.

Did You Know That Insurance Companies Are Not Covering Cell Phone and WiFi Radiation Exposure Health Issues? How Lloyd’s of London and Others Figure In. By B.N. Frank This isn’t breaking news: High Risk Insurer, Lloyd’s of London, won’t cover any-wireless radiation hazards.  This includes cell phones, cell towers, digital and wireless utility “Smart” Meters, and other wireless devices and infrastructure.  Click here to review their policy. Insurance firms are also refusing to cover cell phone manufacturers and wireless carriers.  They are predicting more claims and costs.  60% won’t insure…

Read More