Fender-benders – Your Guide to Minor Accidents

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It can easily happen, you misjudge the space when making a turn in close traffic or in a parking lot and you tap another car’s rear bumper. The other driver gets out his car and appears unhurt. He inspects the bumper and says “Let’s just forget about it.” You agree and go on your merry way. A few weeks later, however, your insurance company informs you that the man is suing you for lost wages, neck injuries and pain and suffering. Where did you go wrong? The so-called accident was only a tiny tap that barely scratched paint. There couldn’t…
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Want to Drive for Uber? Better Check Your Coverage

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To make ends meet, or to build up their nest eggs, many people have turned to moonlighting as Uber or Lyft drivers However, if you are planning to make some spending money, you need to understand that doing so could invalidate your personal auto policy. Uber and Lyft are so-called “ride-hailing” mobile apps that connect passengers to drivers. With the phone app, passengers can hail a driver to their exact location, track the driver using their phone’s GPS and pay for the ride with a credit card. Drivers keep the app on when they are waiting for customers or driving…
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