In the Internet age, the need for reputation protection insurance has grown exponentially. Where before media coverage was limited and focused mostly on the most famous among us, now media outlets abound, and anyone has the ability to reach large audiences with salacious material.
Once you’ve flown first class, you realize just how cramped it is in economy, with food that is either nonexistent or unappetizing, and no guarantee that you’ll have room for a carry-on bag in the overhead compartment. In first class, you get more space for bags and legs, better provisions and specialized attention from the flight crew.
Family can be a source of joy and connection, representing the most important associations in life. For some, family can also represent tension, conflict and pain. Many of us are somewhere in the middle, feeling deep love for our relatives while also not completely understanding each one of them.
On August 23, 2011, a 5.8-magnitude earthquake in Virginia did enough damage to close the Washington Monument for more than two-and-a-half years of repairs. Though the epicenter was 88 miles away, and it wasn’t a devastating quake, the ground that the landmark sits atop is composed of a 665-foot-thick deposit of silt and mud atop a layer of bedrock.
Since owning a watercraft is a necessity for few people, mass-market insurance companies offer meager boat insurance coverage. A typical homeowners insurance policy includes only $1,000-$1,500 total, which may pay for a couple canoes or kayaks but won’t even cover the full cost of a small motorized craft like a jet ski. If you have more or larger “toys” like this, you should have separate watercraft insurance.