A survey based on just two fundamental aspects of emergency preparedness – having an emergency kit and an family communication plan – finds that most Americans are quite ill-prepared.
As always, a natural disaster sends people running for their nearest insurer. But flood insurance is only worthwhile for some, and the cost should give anyone pause.
Hurricane Irene is providing a painful reminder that the vast majority of homeowners insurance policies do not cover damage from flooding.
Increase your chances of getting a proper insurance settlement from Hurricane Irene or any other disaster with these tips.
Tragedy and disaster hurt many, but can benefit a few in the right industries or investments.
With Hurricane Irene bearing down on the East Coast, here are some key things you need to know.
Although no immediate news of significant damage emerged from yesterday's East Coast earthquake, such a widespread impact raises questions about preparedness and insurance coverage, particularly because earthquake damage is not covered under standard homeowners or business insurance policies.
As police struggle to get the widespread London riots under control, we look at what homeowners and business owners must do to make sure they’re insured.
Your credit score can go a long way in determining what policy your insurer will offer. Here, our expert offers tips and advice to keep a lid on the damage.
Filing for life insurance can be a lot like playing detective: You have to track the policy, and make sure that it’s yours.