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Auto Insurance Exercises Flexibility Under Pandemic Conditions

01 March 2021 News Coverage extension is what auto owners should expect when getting to work is impossible without a personal vehicle. Drivers would have to typically get in touch with the provider to discuss the altering conditions. As an exception, vehicle owners, including those who offer voluntary services, can use their cars without the […]

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What Is Wrong With Cybersecurity Insurance?

Large-scale digitization opens up opportunities for businesses and, at the same time, increases the probability of cybercrimes. Cybersecurity has always been an issue for large enterprises. Today, it requires additional protection, especially with a continued intensification of this alarming trend.  2020 might have been a successful year for cyber-safety insurance, but the crisis that followed […]

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Transfer of Power at Adirondack Regional Insurance Agency

Jan 1, 2021, marked yet another important event in the insurance industry — an acquisition made by Marshall & Sterling. As expected, the conditions of the deal were not released to the public. At the moment, the company has representation in over 36 offices across the country and 500+ employees.  Back in December, the company […]

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Pandemic Won’t Make Tough Decisions Easier for Americans with Chronic Conditions

It might come as a shock, but a good portion of fellow Americans find themselves in a tough spot amid a tense environment the COVID-19 pandemic created. And while most of us try to navigate our everyday routine during a lockdown, people with chronic health problems have to choose between paying for health insurance and […]

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Why Michigan Car Owners Might End up Overpaying for Their Automobile Insurance

Every local driver knows how much it costs to take out insurance in Michigan, or at the very least how expensive it used to be.  Following the latest changes to the formerly obligatory PIP medical benefits, automobile owners can now give up the health-related part of the coverage and significantly reduce their premiums. But what’s […]

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