NEW JERSEY'S NEW CAR SEAT LAW

New Jersey’s New Car Seat Law went into effect last month with some of the most restrictive rules in the nation on how kids should be buckled into vehicles. Listed below is a recap of the new law:

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Hurricane Joaquin Emergency Claims Numbers

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With the possibility of Hurricane Joaquin hitting the East Coast, it's a good reminder to think about disaster preparedness no matter where you live. Did you know that flooding is the #1 natural disaster in the United States?...

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Rental Car Insurance Considerations

 

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Why Do I Need Insurance?

I was traveling to work and heard on the radio that the reason for the bumper to bumper traffic on 287 was a fatal auto accident where a man was killed. I can’t count the number of times I have heard similar reports on my morning commute. The...

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Millennial Misconceptions of Insurance: Ridesharing

As of today I will no longer be using any ridesharing service. This decision isn’t a result of poor customer service, negative publicity, or that I was a passenger during an accident. The reason is simple; I refuse to continue to put these...

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Would Your Insurance Cover You In A Jurassic World?

Make no mistake about it folks, Dinosaurs are not human friendly. Sure they may “appear” to make good pets and my 3 year old son would LOVE to have one, but these prehistoric animals can’t be domesticated.

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College Students and Insurance Coverage

The days are getting shorter; the nights are getting cooler. The telltale signs of the approaching school year are ever-present. Now is the time to review your insurance policies to assure your new college students have the proper insurance...

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Car-Sharing Services - Are You Covered by Insurance?

A press release was recently issued by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance Commissioner Ken Kobylowski alerting consumers to the potential loss of insurance coverage in connection with popular business activities known as...

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Teens Know Drinking and Texting Risks but Don't Always Drive Like They Do!

It is Prom and Graduation Season. Everyone should be reviewing the risks of distracted driving. From drinking or texting while driving to using a designated driver, there is a disconnect between what teenagers acknowledge as risky behavior and...

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FEMA extends Disaster Assistance Registration to January 30, 2013

At the request of the State of New Jersey, FEMA has agreed to extend the registration deadline for those who has suffered damages from Hurricane Sandy and need to apply for disaster assistance. The deadline to file is now January 30, 2013.

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