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Close to 95 percent of people who have a place of their own say that they have coverage, based on a recent survey performed by ORC International on behalf of the Insurance Information Institute.
Reduce the Cost of Homeowners Insurance
The average homeowner spends $35 per month in premiums for every $100,000 a home is worth, according to estimates.
Homeowners insurance provide the funds you need to get things back in order, but as with most other things in life, there's a process and order for how to go about filing a claim.
4 Steps to Filing an Insurance Claim
Speed up the claims filing process with these tips after property loss.
As a general rule, earthquakes are fairly rare events, certainly the ones that can bring substantial damage.
USGS Raises Risk Level of Earthquake for Nation
The U.S. Geological Survey says 42 states have a 'reasonable chance' of experiencing a major earthquake in the next 50 years.
There's a whole host of good reasons for never getting behind the wheel after having an alcoholic drink, not the least of which is putting your and other lives in danger.
How DUI Accidents Affect Auto Insurance
Residents of Sacramento, Calif. see the most significant jump in premiums after fatal DUI crashes, according to a new analysis.
A new study shows more car shoppers don't plan to haggle for a lower price
Haggling Not a Concern For Many Car Buyers
Less than 20% of auto shoppers say they're 'extreme price grinders,' according to an poll.
With this being the second Monday of October, the nation celebrates Columbus Day - as on this day 522 years ago, Italian discoverer Christopher Columbus set sail to discover the new world.
The History of Columbus Day
How Columbus Day came to be and why it's still considered to be controversial.
In an industry first, sport utility vehicles and crossovers are now more popular among consumers interested in purchasing a new car, according to the findings of a survey performed by IHS Automotive.
SUV Supplants Sedan as Most Popular Vehicle Body Type
Sport utility vehicles represent a larger portion of the new-vehicle market, according to a new report from IHS Automotive.
More people across the country are driving decade-old vehicles
Report: Older-Model Vehicles Used at Record-Setting Pace
Through the first three months of 2014, more than 1 in 4 vehicles on the road was built prior to 2001, according to Experian Automotive.
For the past 90 years, the National Fire Protection Association has sponsored the seven-day awareness period, which takes place between Oct. 5 and 11.
Fire Prevention Week Focuses on Smoke Detector Maintenance
Close to two-thirds of the deaths resulting from a structure fire are those where an alarm wasn't present or inoperable, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
A considerable number of entrepreneurs would overhaul the current system that they have in place, according to the results of a recent poll performed by the Ponemon Institute.
Survey: Business Owners Dubious of Their Cyber Security Framework
If given the opportunity to makeover their Internet protection, many company owners would take it, according to a new poll.
Three Ford models are among the most-stolen SUVs in the country
NICB: High Number of SUVs, CUVs Stolen in Recent Years
Three of the five most-stolen sports utility vehicles in the past three years are Ford models.
When renters were asked what factors would propel them to continue doing so, rather than purchase a home, some of the most common responses included having too much debt, not making enough money and insufficient credit, a recent survey revealed.
Few Renters Have Insurance, New Poll Finds
Slightly more than one-third of renters have coverage, according to a new Insurance Information Institute survey.
Top factors business owners must address to assess flood risk
Top Factors Business Owners Must Address to Assess Flood Risk
Duration, velocity, depth and water condition play major roles in how damaging floods can be for businesses.
Businesses Need to Place Importance on Cyber Security
Businesses Need to Place Importance on Cyber Security
Less than half of company leaders don't prioritize cyber security, according to new statistics from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
After a year's that's been replete with automotive recalls due to safety issues, a surprising new study reveals that safety takes a backseat to price when it comes to the factors that consumers consider before purchasing a new vehicle.
Poll: Consumers Value Price Over Safety
More car buyers say the affordability of a vehicle has a bigger influence on their decision to purchase a vehicle than safety history, according to YouGov.
A substantial number of Americans today believe it's permissible for employers to reprimand their workers for tweeting or posting something that they shouldn't have.
How to Develop a Social Media Policy for Your Business
Many workers believe companies have the right to discipline workers for inappropriate social media content postings, according to a YouGov survey.
Assisted living facilities serve as an effective way to get your loved one the attention he or she needs.
3 Questions to Ask when Selecting an Assisted Living Facility
When your loved one's personal needs become too much, how you answer these questions can help guide you toward the assisted living facility that's best.
There are five states in which repair costs are extremely expensive, serving as a further incentive to keep your car properly maintained.
The 5 Most Expensive States to Get Your Car Fixed
A new report shows why you should aim to properly maintain the upkeep of your vehicle.
A CDC poll says that 1 in 4 women are affected by sexual abuse in their lifetime.
How to Protect Yourself from Sexual Assault
With the 2014-15 school season underway, these recommendations can help protect college-aged women from unwanted sex acts. offers some strategies to business owners in need of a sound data protection plan.
Protecting Company Data from Hackers offers suggestions for business owners and entrepreneurs can fend off a data breach.
Nearly 95% of respondents indicated that they recognize texting and driving as being a potentially hazardous behavior, Harris Interactive revealed in a new poll.
Poll: Most Americans Admit to Texting Despite Crash Risk
Three in four drivers say they've sent a text while driving, even though they're aware of accident potential, Harris Interactive revealed.
According to the National Weather Service, there's an 80% chance that El Nino will occur during either the fall or winter.
Will Fall Bring an Active or Quiet Season for Storms?
If 2014 is a repeat of 2013, it could be another quiet autumn on tap.
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