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As many as 50% of some appeals prompt insurers to reverse their decisions, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.
If a nuclear disaster were to occur in the U.S., would displaced homeowners be insured against nuclear radiation? The answer is yes, and it has nothing to do with homeowner’s insurance.
Property damage from the harsh winter will leave many fighting over insurance claims.
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Japan's earthquake and resulting tsunami are making businesses in the U.S. rethink their insurance options.
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As unemployment rises, more Americans are getting their health insurance through the government rather than their employer.
Foregoing life insurance to trim the family budget may create even more problems for family members after the primary breadwinner dies.