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Pro Player Insurance Group Blog: 9_2013

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Lawyers cost a lot of money for the average person, and if you aren’t often in the habit of retaining a lawyer, you won’t know what costs are reasonable and what lawyer to consult with the specific issue you’re running into. READ MORE >>

1. To adequately insure one’s condo apartment, it is important to review the condo association’s bylaws and proprietary lease to find out which structural parts of the condo units are covered by the association and which are not, the Insurance Information Institute advises.2. READ MORE >>

When branching out on your own for the first time, the amount of healthcare policies can be overwhelming: cancer, critical illness, accident, etc. What’s the difference between a cash cancer policy and a cancer care policy? Have no fear – this article will answer that question and many others like it. READ MORE >>

Millions of American homeowners take great pride in their houses and apartments, but there often comes a time when renovating or extending become unavoidable. Whether you are struggling for space or looking to bring an old property into the 21st century, there may well come a time when simply redecorating proves insufficient. READ MORE >>

A 25-year-old New Yorker earning $25,000 a year will pay as little as $62 a month for health insurance next year, and a peer living in Vermont may pay nothing, according to a 17-state survey of premiums under the U.S. health-care overhaul. READ MORE >>

Some people who are renting living space don’t feel like they need renter’s insurance at all, and even those who do take out coverage don’t always know the most effective ways to benefit from these types of insurance policies. READ MORE >>

Hundreds of thousands of Floridians who rely on Citizens Property Insurance could soon find themselves with a new insurance company. State regulators last week quietly signed off on a plan to let 10 different insurance companies absorb nearly 400,000 Citizens policyholders this November. READ MORE >>

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