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Home injury is not just a painful experience but also an expensive one. A study about home insurance claims recently showed there is an average of $18,000 spent on each claim for bodily injury on basic home insurance policies. According to the study, the annual loss for unintentional home injuries has reached up to $150 billion, which was put mostly lost wages and medical expenses.
The main order he issued immediately eliminates subsidies that are paid to health insurers that participate in government-run exchanges to reduce deductibles and copays for lower-income customers.
Forest fires consume some 8 million acres in the U.S. each year, according to insurance industry sources, with most major fires occurring in western states. The most recent example of the devastation that such fires can cause is of course the wildfires that swept through the Napa Valley in California in October.
If you have workers in a wildfire zone, you need to have measures in place to protect them in the event of a catastrophe.
It’s the responsibility of business owners to both clients and employees that to make sure the business can continue to run smoothly even in the event of a totally unforeseen circumstance. Limit the possibility of lawsuits to ensure a hassle-free business venture with these 5 tips:
Every late summer and early fall wildfires rage in many parts of the West and Southwest, as the fires running almost the length of California this year show. Thousands of homes have burned to the ground and thousands of people have been displaced.
There may be the occasion when you have to send executives or a team overseas for work. And depending on the destination, the risks will vary - more in some countries and less in others.
More and more employers are being overwhelmed by all of the compliance requirements associated with managing employee benefits.
As technology advances at lightning speed (remember it wasn't so long ago when we didn't have smartphones), employee benefits portals continue evolving as well.
Insurers are increasingly using social media to track down workers who are perpetrating workers' comp and other liability fraud by faking injuries or staying on the dole after they have healed.