Category: Insurance

Jun 28

Fort Worth Housing Market

The number of inhabitants in the Fort Worth is evaluated at roughly 2.2 million as of the present date, up 44,450, or 2.1 percent, yearly since the April 2015 Census. Somewhere around 2000 and 2016, the populace developed by a normal of 42,550, or 2.2 percent, every year. Populace development in the HMA was most …

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Feb 23

Will You Still Need Me, Will You Still Feed Me, When I’m Sixty-Four

The American senior population has exploded as baby boomers turn 65. According to the US census report released in May of 2014, the aging population will almost double in size from the 2012 level of 43.1 million to 83.7 million by 2050. Among the millions, will be many that will need long term care. Who …

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Feb 20

The Taxing of Unaffordable Insurance On Middle-Class America

Are the past due medical bills piling while annoyingly fighting on the phone with the health insurance company about medical coverage? Do you have a strategy or plan to pay the hospital or private physicians for services rendered? Are all these incessant thoughts affecting your relationships and you feel there is no way out of …

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Feb 09

Three Reasons Why You Need a Personal Property Appraiser

There are many reasons why you will have the need of a Personal Property Appraiser in your life time and this article is going to cover three reasons. An Appraiser can do many things to help in your life. When you are in need of cataloging or placing a value on your many collectables call …

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Feb 04

5 Reasons To Contact A Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Occupational injuries are much more common than you might think. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 3.0 million nonfatal workplace injuries were reported in 2013, resulting in an alarmingly high incidence rate of 3.3 cases for every 100 full-time workers. Although many of these accidents occurred in traditionally risky workplace environments …

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