Handyman Liability Insurance

May. 13th 2016

As a handyman, securing a General Liability Insurance policy is essential in covering the unforeseen incidents that can occur on the job. This handyman liability insurance protects you while performing work on your customer’s property for liabilities that may arise as a result of your finished work.

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Handyman Louisiana Car Insurance Through Comparison Shopping

Mar. 15th 2012

Individual motorists in the Pelican State frequently have unique personal characteristics and driving histories. Coverage providers also interpret these details differently, resulting in an array of quotes that likely to be unique depending on the insurer. Shopping around and making comparisons can allow Louisiana motorists to better find an adequately priced policies. The reason why the price of insurance estimates can differ significantly is because rates are generally based on driver risk, and interpreting a motorist’s risk of filing a claim can be a complex process.

Motorists are generally grouped into one of three different markets based on their risk of filing a claim: the preferred, standard or non-standard market. While the majority of coverage providers prefer to insure those in the lower-risk groups, there are still many companies that offer vehicle protection to higher-risk drivers. Comparing Louisiana car insurance quotes from as many sources as possible can help motorists locate coverage that is tailored to their individual needs and budgets.

To efficiently evaluate estimates, LA motorists are encouraged to use the Internet. Online tools allow drivers to view dozens of quotes from one website. With a broader range of prices, drivers often have a better chance of finding adequately priced coverage. Apart from policy price, however, there are additional qualities and features that can be easily compared online.

Online Comparisons of LA Car Insurance

Apart from insurance quotes, individual coverage providers in Louisiana can also provide unique savings and service quality. Qualifying for multiple discounts can often lead to significant savings, so before purchasing a policy, motorists are encouraged to compare special offers as well. Drivers can frequently get reduced rates for maintaining a clean driving record for over three years, but some discounts may be more unique. Some insurers lower prices for insuring multiple vehicles on the same policy, or for belonging to a specific club or organization.

To find out more information about available discounts, motorists are encouraged to directly contact several coverage providers who are licensed to sell vehicle protection in the Pelican State. If the legitimacy of an insurer is brought into question, motorists are urged to contact the Louisiana Department of Insurance for more information. Contacting a company directly to find out about discounts can lead to lower priced vehicle coverage, and can also provide motorist with a view into how well specific companies interact with customers.

After an accident, it is essential to have an insurer that is easy to contact, efficient and quick to handle claims. Comparing the quality of service provided by various insurers is a recommended step for motorists who are shopping for insurance. Apart from speaking with companies directly, residents are also encouraged to speak with family and friends about potential recommendations.


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Kansas Handyman Auto Insurance Laws

Mar. 13th 2012

Before a motor vehicle can be registered in Kansas, it must be insured. Additionally, all motorists must be able to maintain financial responsibility throughout the vehicle’s period of registration. Failing to meet these requirements could result in fines or the loss of driving privileges. To avoid being convicted of driving while uninsured, residents should become familiar with state insurance requirements, and pursue coverage that can provide adequate protection.

The types of coverage that are mandatory in the Sunflower State are extensive, but motorists can still benefit from purchasing additional protection. Compulsory Kansas automobile insurance includes bodily injury liability, property damage liability, personal injury protection (PIP) and uninsured/underinsured motorist protection. Liability protection is used to pay for damages for which the policyholder may be responsible, and has minimum limits of 25/50/10. Personal injury protection, however, covers a range of medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, funeral expenses, lost wages and in-home assistance costs for the policyholder and their passengers.

Uninsured motorist protection covers a variety of damages and medical costs brought on by an accident involving an uninsured, underinsured or hit-and-run motorist. The additional benefit to this coverage is that it also covers the policyholder and their family members if they are struck by an automobile while on a bicycle, or while acting as pedestrians.

Benefits of Additional Kansas auto insurance

The Coverages Required in Kansas to legally drive represents the minimum that is allowable. The minimum policy thresholds may not be enough to pay for damages resulting from more severe accidents, potentially leaving motorists with high out-of-pocket expenses. The KS Department of Transportation recorded over 14,000 traffic accidents in 2008 that resulted in injury, and an additional 50,000 accidents that resulted in property damage only. Bodily injuries can easily exceed the 25/50 minimum limits, especially in incidents involving more than one injured persons.

Buying a policy with a higher liability and PIP threshold can help drivers avoid costly repairs or medical bills after an accident. Often higher liability limits can be increased for only a few extra premium dollars, and is frequently recommended by insurers. Additional comprehensive and collision coverage may also be beneficial for many motorists. This additional protection covers damage done to the policyholder’s own vehicle, and is frequently required when purchasing a vehicle through a lender.

By law motorists must maintain an automobile insurance policy while a vehicle is registered in Kansas, but purchasing coverage that also provides an adequate level of protection can also help motorists avoid financial ruin after an accident. Vehicle coverage is designed to help drivers pay for damages and medical costs, and without this protection a motorist may be left with costly medical and repair bills.


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MATOC – Some Winners and Mostly Losers

Mar. 11th 2012

There is an old saying that “you win some, and you lose some.” Well, if you are a construction contractor who competes in the world of Multiple Award Task Order Contracting (“MATOC”), you usually lose. Under sealed bidding, which dominated the procurement of federal construction for many years, a contractor who was not the low bidder could always compete for the next project. In the MATOC arena, a contractor who is not selected to be one of the chosen few to compete for task orders over what is often a three to five year period may not be able to compete for the “next project” for a long time. What this means is that there are a few winners, but there are many more losers.

Even if a contractor is fortunate enough to be selected as one of the MATOC master contract holders, there is no guarantee of being selected for future task orders. Every construction MATOC features a “seed” project that serves as the basis of the price competition for the evaluation of the offers on the master contracts. If a contractor does not win the seed project, there may not be another task order for a long time, and the award of the ensuing task orders may go to someone other than the low bidder. The reason for this is that most construction MATOCs are negotiated, best value, procurements (“RFPs”), and past performance, experience, technical merit, quality of personnel, small business subcontracting, and other evaluation factors may come into play. Although it can be argued that the award of a master MATOC should pre-qualify all of the MATOC holders, we have heard complaints from a number of contractors who lose out in the competition for task orders because they do not score well on past performance, or one of the other evaluation factors. This has never made sense to me because if a contractor has won the fierce competition for one of the master MATOCs, price should be the discriminator for the task order awards. If the contractor is not technically qualified to receive a task award on a lowest price proposal, why was the contractor selected as one of the MATOC holders in the first place?

Those who are really left out in the cold, however, are the construction contractors who fail to win one of the master MATOC awards. Simply because a contractor may not have scored particularly well technically, or simply because the contractor’s price on a seed project may have been too high, does not mean that it will always be that way. A contractor can do a much better job of putting together a competitive proposal the next week, but if all of the upcoming projects are tied up in MATOCs, the door is closed. Simply because a contractor submits the lowest price on a seed project does not mean that the contractor will be similarly competitive on future projects. It is for this reason that I have been a frequent critic of indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (“IDIQ/MATOC”) contracting for construction. I do not believe that FAR 16.5, dealing with various indefinite delivery contracts, was ever meant to be applied to construction, and I believe that the system unfairly penalizes a lot of very qualified contractors who simply are not adept at proposal writing. Construction was successfully procured using sealed bidding for many years, and that system was more open and fair. The new system simply results in too many losers and not enough winners. (See the earlier article “Has the Corps of Engineers Gone MATOC Crazy?”).

Michael H. Payne is the Chairman of the firm’s Federal Practice Group and, together with other experienced members of the group, frequently advises contractors on federal contracting matters. He also serves as the Executive Director of FedCon Consulting, an ancillary business of the firm that involves former contracting officers, procurement and technical personnel, as well as lawyers, in providing assistance to federal construction contractors in the preparation of proposals.

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The Department of Veteran Affairs Ushers in Mentor-Protégé Program

Mar. 9th 2012

On December 22, 2010, the VA announced that it had selected the first twenty (20) mentor-protégé teams to participate in its newly minted Mentor-Protégé Program. The program is designed to assist firms that have already been verified as veteran-owned or service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses by the VA. Eligible firms are permitted to team with mentors, who are expected to provide developmental assistance to their protégé(s). In return for providing assistance to protégé firms, the VA has stated that mentors can expect “proposal evaluation consideration” with regard to proposals submitted on “best value” solicitations. Moreover, large business prime contractors serving as mentors can receive subcontracting plan credits in connection with a specific VA contract. Protégé firms are limited to one mentor at a time and can only participate in the program twice. There are no specific limitations such as this placed on mentor firms.

The VA expects to name five (5) more mentor-protégé teams this month. After this month, the next set of teams will be selected in August, 2011. For additional information on the program, interested contractors should review the VA’s Mentor-Protégé Program Guidebook.

Edward T. DeLisle is a Partner in the firm and a member of the Federal Contracting Practice Group.

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Has the Corps of Engineers Gone MATOC Crazy?

Mar. 7th 2012

The recent increase in the use of Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (“IDIQ”) contracting for construction has become even more evident by looking at the “FY 2011 – Forecasted Acquisition Strategy” issued by the Jacksonville District of the Corps of Engineers. A review of the list reveals that the majority of the construction work in the coming year will be awarded in the form of task orders under existing Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (“MATOC”), or under task orders on new MATOCs to be issued. The Jacksonville District is not alone in this trend and there is an unmistakable decline in the number of contracts available for full and open competition.

I have been a frequent critic of the use of IDIQ contracts for construction because I do not believe that the drafters of the FAR ever envisioned that the system described in FAR 16.504 for the purchase of supplies and services on an IDIQ basis would ever be used for construction. Nevertheless, that is exactly what has happened as contracting agencies continue to insist that IDIQ/MATOC contracting is more “expedient.” Even more disturbingly, most of these solicitations are being issued as RFPs (negotiated procurements) in total disregard for the FAR 36.103 preference for sealed bidding in the procurement of construction.

This consolidation of procurements could not come at a worse time for the construction industry. As state, local, and commercial contracting opportunities have declined during the recession, many contractors have looked to the federal market for work. What they have found is a large federal construction budget that is often used to fund various forms of small business set-asides, including MATOC set-asides, and various large-dollar multi-state IDIQ/MATOC procurements. There is, therefore, an ever-growing pool of qualified construction contractors who have fewer contracting opportunities. The result of all this is that both small and large business contractors are being denied the opportunity to effectively, and fairly, compete for billion of dollars worth of federal construction. The federal government, the construction industry, and the taxpayers all end up being the losers under this system.

Michael H. Payne is the Chairman of the firm’s Federal Practice Group and, together with other experienced members of the group, frequently advises contractors on federal construction matters.

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SBA Providing Handyman Assistance to Fund Teaming Efforts

Mar. 5th 2012

The SBA issued a press release yesterday regarding its new “Small Business Teaming Pilot Program”, which was established as part of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. The program will involve “training, guidance, counseling, mentoring and procurement assistance to small businesses” that are interested in teaming arrangements on federal projects. The SBA expects to issue grants to various national organizations during the 2011 fiscal year, who will then work with the SBA and other governmental agencies in an effort to educate and assist interested companies. Organizations interested in obtaining grant monies through the program must submit applications to the SBA by no later than February 25, 2011.

Edward T. DeLisle is a Partner in the firm and a member of the Federal Contracting Practice Group.

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GAO Expands Its Jurisdiction to Consider All Task Order Protests

Mar. 3rd 2012

Prior to 2008, dating back to 1994, it was not permissible to protest a task order. The 1994 enactment of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (“FASA”) provided that protests over task or delivery orders were barred unless the protest alleged that the order increased the scope, period, or maximum value of the underlying contract through which the order was issued. That changed with the passage of the Defense Authorization Act of 2008 (“NDAA”), which contained an amendment that expanded the jurisdiction of the GAO to include protests of task or delivery orders valued in excess of $10 million. 41 U.S.C., Section 253j(e)(2). The NDAA also contained a sunset provision, which stated that the “subsection shall be in effect for three years.” Section 253j(e)(3). The three year period expired on May 27, 2011. The question then arose as to whether the GAO could lawfully consider task and delivery order protests after May 27, 2011. That question was recently answered in the affirmative by the GAO.

In a protest filed by Technatomy Corporation, of Fairfax, Virginia, the protester argued that the agency unreasonably evaluated vendors’ technical and cost quotations. The government argued that the protest should be dismissed because the GAO’s jurisdiction had expired. In a decision issued on June 14, 2011, the GAO disagreed with the government and ruled that it now has jurisdiction to rule on all task and delivery order protests, regardless of their dollar value. The reasoning of the GAO was that the sunset provision which gave the GAO the authority to consider task and delivery protests in excess of $10 million (for three years) replaced the former statutory provision (1994 – “FASA”) that provided for only very limited task order review. The GAO concluded that when the three year period expired, its authority to consider task and delivery order protests did not simply revert to the pre-2008 jurisdictional level, but actually reverted back to the pre-1994 level.

In other words since the pre-2008 limitations were eliminated by the sunset provision in 2008, the only thing left is the pre-1994 jurisdiction under the Competition in Contracting Act which places no limitation on the GAO’s authority to consider task and delivery order protests. The GAO will therefore accept jurisdiction of all protests involving task and delivery orders regardless of the dollar value. This also raises the interesting question of whether, based on the GAO’s decision in Technatomy Corporation, the Court of Federal Claims will now accept jurisdiction of task and delivery order protests, as well.

Michael H. Payne is the Chairman of the firm’s Federal Practice Group and, together with other experienced members of the group, frequently advises contractors on federal contracting matters, including teaming arrangements, negotiated procurements, bid protests, claims, and appeals.

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Handyman Terminology Differences Between a Bidder and an Offeror

Mar. 1st 2012

Government contractors frequently use incorrect terminology to describe a solicitation. For example, clients often call me and ask why they were not awarded a contract even though they had submitted the lowest bid. The first thing that I ask is whether the solicitation was a Request for Proposals (“RFP”), or an Invitation for Bid (“IFB”). If it was an RFP, the award was probably based on best value and the lowest-priced proposal would not necessarily receive the award. If the solicitation was an IFB, there would be more of a question about why an award was not made to the lowest-priced bidder. Of course, even in sealed bidding the lowest bidder must also be responsive and responsible in order to receive an award, so there can be a valid reason as to why the lowest bidder did not receive the award.

The best way to show that you understand the basics of the federal procurement process is to remember that responses to an IFB (sealed bid solicitation) are referred to as “bids,” and responses to an RFP (negotiated procurement) are referred to as “proposals” or “offers.” In other words, the proper terms under an IFB are “bid,” “bidder,” and “sealed bid,” and the proper terms under an RFP are “proposal,” “offer,” and “offeror.” Your lawyer will become very confused if you mix these terms by saying, for example, “I just submitted a bid on an RFP.” Sometimes, the only way that I can figure out what my client is talking about is to ask for the solicitation number (the “R” or the “B” in the middle will be a dead giveaway), or I may simply ask my client to send me a copy of the solicitation.

Of course, government procurement personnel frequently add to the confusion. RPPs are often referred to as “negotiated procurements” even though there usually are no negotiations (or “discussions”), and contracting officers often refer to both bids and proposals as “bids,” To make matters worse, the GAO and the courts refer to protests of either an IFB or an RFP as “bid protests.” No wonder there is so much confusion.

Michael H. Payne is the Chairman of the firm’s Federal Practice Group and, together with other experienced members of the group, frequently advises contractors on federal contracting matters, including teaming arrangements, negotiated procurements, bid protests, claims, and appeals.

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Proof of Handyman Car Insurance

Dec. 27th 2011

Registering a car in New Mexico requires residents to first purchase an auto insurance policy that includes an adequate amount of liability coverage. Only after meeting the state financial responsibility requirements can a resident legally operate a motor vehicle. In an effort to decrease the number of uninsured motorists on NM roads, which the Insurance Research Council estimated to be roughly 26 percent of drivers in 2009, the state Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) began utilizing an electronic database that regularly synchronizes policy information between insurers and the MVD. Purchasing vehicle coverage that includes liability protection with minimum limits of 25/50/10 can be simple after shopping around online. Easily accessible resources can allow residents to quickly gather the policy proof necessary to legally drive.

Auto liability is important in NM because it helps policyholders pay for damages and injuries for which they are at-fault. Drivers can use various forms of proof to demonstrate that they have met the state minimum requirements. These types of coverage verification could include a current New Mexico car insurance card, a copy of a resident’s current policy or a letter of written proof on the insurer’s official letterhead. In addition to carrying policy proof while driving, residents should request that their policy providers register this information with the NM Insurance Identification Database (IIDB). This database was created by Explore Information Services as a way of matching insurer information with state MVD records to help reduce the number of uninsured motorists on the road.

Get NM auto insurance with Proof

If the NM Motor Vehicle Division identifies an uninsured motorist, they will typically send a notice of noncompliance and potentially suspend the vehicle owner’s registration. If motorists receive one of these notices by mistake, they generally have 30 days to inform their insurer of the mistake so that the New Mexico IIDB can be properly updated, and any mistakes can be corrected. The penalties for operating a motor vehicle without insurance, or for falsifying information to the IIDB, can range from registration suspension and a fine to possible time in jail. Residents are advised not to take their chances driving without vehicle coverage and to purchase a policy that includes an adequate amount of protection.

The level of coverage that is required by the state’s financial responsibility laws is fairly low, and residents are encouraged to purchase more extensive liability coverage to be better prepared for potential accidents. Often drivers can buy liability Insurance with a higher threshold for only a few extra premium dollars by comparison shopping online for the lowest rates. Shopping for coverage on the Internet can typically produce dozens of estimates in a short amount of time, which can expedite a motorist’s search for the cheapest vehicle protection. Once an affordable policy is purchased, residents can obtain their necessary proof and legally explore the 59,900 miles of public roadway in New Mexico.


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Finding and Rating Handyman Auto Insurance Companies

Dec. 26th 2011

There are countless auto insurance providers available to motorists across the nation, but no two companies are identical. Individual insurers generally offer diverse rates, unique discounts, and services with different levels of quality. To help motorists choose their insurers there is an array of information available online that rates various policy providers on a number of important points. Researching this information can be a simple and efficient way of finding vehicle coverage that is affordable, and comes from an insurer that is dedicated to the needs of the customer. A businesses financial strength and investment history can also play a large part in a motorist’s satisfaction with their policy provider, as few vehicle owners strive to purchase car coverage from bankrupt insurers.

Locating a top rated auto insurance company in both affordability and service quality involves a small amount of research. Comparing quotes online allows motorists to evaluate prices from an array of insurers. This can enable vehicle owners to choose an affordable plan from among potentially dozens of options. The premium that an insurer can offer, however, is only a small part of purchasing vehicle coverage. After an accident, the majority of motorists want their claims handled as quickly and efficiently as possible from an insurer with exceptional customer service skills. To find a coverage provider that can do that, vehicle owners may want to speak with friends or family about recommendations, or explore additional online resources.

Rating the Top auto insurance Companies

An insurer’s attentiveness to customer service and satisfaction can be especially important after an accident, when tensions are commonly high and helpful information coupled with efficient service is generally well appreciated. Apart from relying on the opinions of friends and relatives, motorists can also explore forums and websites devoted to discussions about various insurers. The past experiences and grievances of others can serve as a helpful view into how well certain companies treat their customers. Often state insurance departments will also publish consumer complaint information that details the number of justifiable complaints specific companies had in a given year, in relation to the total number of customers they serviced. For example, the 2010 auto insurance Consumer Information Report provided by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance rates various insurers based on their complaint ratios, which may be used to help choose a coverage provider.

Although helpful in the majority of situations, the previous complaints and opinions of others are likely to contain personal bias, and should be taken lightly. For more fact oriented information concerning potential insurers, motorists can explore the abundant amount of data provided by various businesses online ranking insurers based off of financial information. Often vehicle coverage is an important purchase, and few motorists want to buy a policy from an insurer on the verge of bankruptcy. Researching data online that rates insurers based on investment history, creditworthiness and overall financial strength can be an excellent way to investigate numerous policy providers before making a purchase. Although motorists generally have a wealth of options when buying car insurance, the many resources that are easily available can allow for adequate rating to significantly narrow a search.


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Handyman Car Insurance Details to Review

Dec. 25th 2011

Motorists in Idaho are required by law to purchase vehicle coverage, but after initially buying a policy, many residents do not review their coverage until after an accident. Having an insufficient protection plan that cannot adequately cover damages or injuries after a collision can be financially devastating. Occasionally taking the time to review an existing policy and making changes when necessary can help many residents save money and remain financially prepared for a variety of situations. Purchasing additional protection when possible can help motorists avoid many out-of-pocket expenses related to automobile repairs, and using online resources can allow ID drivers to evaluate dozens of estimates at their leisure.

The minimum amount of coverage that is required in the Gem State includes property damage and bodily injury liability with minimum limits of 25/50/15. If a motorist purchased a plan that only met the state’s basic financial responsibility requirements, they may end up paying for costly repairs if at-fault for an accident. Motorists are encouraged to periodically review their Idaho car insurance policies to ensure that they have purchased an adequate amount of coverage. Often increasing a policy’s liability threshold can be a cost effective way to improve a driver’s coverage. At times, however, motorists may benefit from removing additional coverage from a policy that become unnecessary.

Reviewing Idaho auto insurance Info

When a motorist leases an automobile or goes through a lender, they are frequently required to purchase comprehensive and collision coverage, which can significantly increase the price of a policy. Older cars or automobiles that have been paid off may not financially benefit from retaining this additional protection because insurers will only cover up to the value of the car, minus the deductible. If a motorist totals a car worth only $1,500 and has a $1,000 deductible, they may only receive $500 from their insurer, which may not be enough to justify paying for the additional coverage. Reevaluating a policy over time can help Idaho residents avoid many of these unnecessary expenses.

Few residents enjoy sifting through Frequently Asked Coverage Questions or researching policy prices, but online resources can allow drivers to shop for potentially cheaper insurance in a matter of minutes. Comparing quotes on the Internet can produce dozens of sample rates from a variety of insurers on one website. With no obligation to buy a plan, motorists can shop as frequently as possible to ensure they are receiving the lowest rates, and to explore the possibility of choosing another insure. Periodically reviewing a policy can help residents in the Gem State avoid surprises after an accident and many of the potentially costly consequences of ignoring an insurance policy for an extended time period.


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Auto Insurance for High Risk Handyman Motorists

Dec. 24th 2011

To be adequately prepared for many of the potential expenses that may follow an automobile accident, motorists in the Sunflower State are encouraged to buy auto insurance. The price of vehicle coverage, however, is primarily based on a driver’s risk or being involved in an accident or filing a claim. Various statistical findings help insurers determine which applicants are at a greater risk, with riskier motorists commonly receiving higher premiums. Avoiding these high-risk categories, however, can help residents stay out of the non-standard driver pool and pursue more affordable coverage. The simple actions of shopping around for the lowest rates and avoiding dangerous driving habits can allow many residents to find better priced vehicle protection.

Kansas coverage providers generally place motorists into three separate categories when setting policy prices: the preferred market, the standard market and the non-standard market. While the majority of KS auto insurance companies target individuals in the first two markets, there are still various insurers that are willing to provide vehicle coverage to higher-risk individuals. Extensively comparing quotes online can help motorists evaluate prices from dozens of companies in a matter of minutes. Although non-standard motorists are capable of finding coverage providers after shopping around, one of the best ways to avoid higher premiums is to avoid many of the practices that put motorists into these higher risk categories.

KS Drivers with High Risk Insurance

Motorists with poor accident records are generally considered high-risk drivers, especially individuals with histories of mixing alcohol and automobiles. The Kansas Insurance Department recorded that the estimated cost of alcohol related accidents in 2008 was over $649,300,000 as the result of over 3,300 accidents. This equates to an alcohol related accident taking place every 2 hours and 37 minutes in the Sunflower State. Male motorists in particular are found to be at a higher risk of drinking and driving than women. Between 1998 and 2008 over 29,600 men were involved in alcohol related crashes, while only 7,000 women were involved in similar incidences. Insurers typically use these and similar statistics when rating motorists, which is often why DUI convictions can have a considerable financial impact on a person’s policy.

Age can be another contributing factor when determining whether or not a motorist is at a higher risk of filing a claim. Based on Accident Statistics 2008 motorists between the ages of 15 and 24 were involved in more accidents than any other age group. This can be attributed to an increased tendency to drive while intoxicated, take unnecessary risks, speed and a general lack of experience. Endeavoring to avoid traffic citations and accidents, in addition to increased efforts to maintain a clean driving record could quickly take a younger motorist out of the non-standard market. To avoid the costs associated with being a high risk driver in Kansas, motorists are encouraged to take the necessary preventative measures and work towards achieving lower priced insurance.

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Buy an Affordable Handyman Auto Insurance Plan

Dec. 23rd 2011

When it comes to auto insurance, a low price for one motorist may not be affordable for another. Vehicle coverage can have a large price range because rates are based on numerous details that are likely to be unique for individual motorists. These price differences and unique rating methods, however, can often help drivers save money when shopping for coverage. Finding an adequately priced plan often depends on a vehicle owner’s willingness to shop around and explore the many options that are typically available. Free to use online utilities can help individuals explore multiple quotes at once for efficient comparing, and taking advantage of various discounts can also contribute to finding a less expensive policy.

The majority of motorists are required by law to buy vehicle coverage before registering an automobile, but the multitude of insurers competing for new customers can usually translate into savings. In a competitive market, companies are likely to lower prices and offer discounts for a number of reasons, and to view what multiple insurers can offer motorists must compare quotes. Completing online quote comparisons can usually lead to inexpensive car insurance because it allows individuals to view estimates from dozens of companies at once. After several reasonably priced options have been identified, motorists should continue their research to find an insurer that can provide lower rates through discounts.

More Affordable auto insurance Prices

Coverage providers may offer motorists reduced rates for numerous reasons. One of the more common ways that drivers receive cheaper rates is by maintaining a clean driving record for over three years. Some rate reductions may also be required in certain states. For example, in Connecticut Insurance Discounts and Driving Courses frequently go hand in hand. Residents who take a state approved training course are likely to find more affordable coverage, and motorists who are 60 years of age or older who have taken an accident prevention course that has been approved by the department of motor vehicles are required to receive a minimum discount of at least 5 percent for a minimum of 24 months. Apart from savings and special offers, motorists can also adjust their coverage to reduce policy prices.

Motorists who go through a lending company to purchase an automobile are often required to buy comprehensive and collision coverage. Although potentially helpful if the car is damaged, this additional coverage also increases the price of the policy. Luckily motorists can reduce their premium by choosing a higher deductible. This is the amount of money that the policyholder agrees to contribute towards the cost of repairs before an insurer pays the remainder. Although this translates into potentially higher out-of-pocket expenses after a claim is filed, choosing a $500, $750 or $1,000 deductible can usually make a noticeable impact on a person’s policy price.


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Handyman Car Insurance Coverage in New York

Dec. 22nd 2011

Auto insurance in New York can be divided into two different categories: the coverage that is required to register an automobile and optional protection that can usually be added to a policy. Buying a policy with the minimum amount of protection may appear economical, but after an accident it often pays to have a plan that includes an adequate amount of coverage. In 2010 the NY State Department of Motor Vehicles recorded over 315,000 accidents that ranged in severity and economic impact. A motorist who is involved in an accident where their liability limits are exceeded may end up paying a variety of expenses out-of-pocket. Residents are encouraged to use their resources and shop for a policy that can cover a wide variety of economic situations.

All New York car insurance policies must include specific forms of protection before an automobile can be registered. This includes Personal Injury Protection (PIP), liability coverage, and uninsured motorist protection. Each of these elements has a minimum threshold that must be met to pass the state financial responsibility requirements. The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), however, encourages residents to consider the various kinds of optional protection that insurers typically offer. Often an economical way for vehicle owners in the Empire State to improve their coverage is to increase their liability limits. The minimum property damage liability required by the state is set at $10,000, but many motorists can increase this threshold to $25,000 or $50,000 for only a few extra premium dollars.

Benefits of Additional New York Car Insurance Coverage

Including additional PIP benefits to a policy can be beneficial in many ways. A common additive includes Optional Basic Economic Loss (OBEL) coverage which is designed to pay for a variety of injuries sustained by the policyholder or their passengers. Insurers are required to offer OBEL, which increases the minimum $50,000 of basic economic loss by an additional $25,000. With this additive, if the original $50,000 limit is exceeded in a claim, an additional $25,000 can be used by the injured person for payments for loss of earnings, rehabilitation or to other forms of economic loss. Married motorists may also want to consider Supplemental Spousal Liability Insurance to cover the liability of the policyholder after their spouse is injured or killed as the result of an accident caused by the driver’s negligence, which is not covered by basic PIP.

Although helpful in many ways, including additional coverage in a policy can often translate into additional cost. In 2008 the NAIC calculated that the average expenditure in NY was over $1,000, but shopping around before making a purchase can often lead to lower rates. Utilizing auto insurance Price Comparison Tables and Notes in addition to other online resources can help motorists explore the price differences that usually exist between insurers, and take advantage of lower priced plans. Drivers should make the effort to explore a number of options to find adequately priced policies that also includes a desirable amount of protection.


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Questioning and Comparing How Much Handyman Car Insurance Costs

Nov. 23rd 2011

The majority of vehicle owners are required by their state to buy automobile coverage, but the price of a policy is often dependent on a wide range of details that frequently fluctuate. Some insurers may be less expensive than others, while some motorists may have an easier time finding cheap rates. With the number of options that are commonly available, it is usually helpful to make as many comparisons as possible. Over time, policy prices also have a tendency to fluctuate for a variety of reasons. For example, in January of 2011 Texas motorists had to increase their minimum liability coverage from 20/50/25 to 30/60/25, likely resulting in higher coverage costs for many people.

Many drivers wonder how much is car insurance going to cost and where they can find the cheapest policy. Understanding the basic details that are usually used to rate a motorist, and then taking advantage of helpful online resources can often result in more adequately priced protection plans. Insurers usually take into account numerous details to determine a person’s risk factor, with higher prices generally given to those with a greater likelihood of filing a claim. These details typically include an individual’s age, gender, marital status, education level and location, among other details pertaining to their vehicle, driving record and desired level of coverage. Although this information typically used to initially determine the price of a plan, coverage costs are still likely to change over time.

Exploring How Much Insurance Costs Can Differ

When considering that there are many Factors that insurance companies often consider when setting an individual’s rate, it is common to see multiple insurers offering the same level of coverage at different prices. Comparing quotes can allow vehicle owners to capitalize on the price differences that frequently exist between coverage providers, and one of the more efficient ways to make these comparisons is over the Internet. Going online to research prices can usually help motorists shop by generating dozens of sample rates at once. This can be particularly helpful because the price of vehicle coverage typically fluctuates over time based on a number of details.

As previously mentioned, an occasional change in local auto insurance laws can impact policy prices, but so can several other events. Typically coverage providers base a portion of prices off of the number of claims the company pays in a given time period. If an insurer is forced to pay a higher than average number of claims, every policyholder may end up paying more for their policy. Furthermore, changes in an individual’s personal details can also have an effect on prices. This can include a change in location, marital status, driving record or purchasing a new vehicle. Determining how much a policy will cost simply involves searching for prices and comparing quotes, and to ensure that an individual retains an adequately priced plan, it can usually be beneficial to continue shopping after a policy has been purchased.


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Wisconsin Handyman Car Insurance for Young Drivers

Nov. 21st 2011

For young Wisconsin residents the ability to drive can be liberating, but teenagers must still remain responsible for their actions behind the wheel. Vehicle owners in the Badger State are required to carry liability and uninsured motorist coverage, which includes individuals under the age of 25. These younger motorists, however, are frequently charged more for coverage than other age groups for a number of reasons. Risk level and accident frequency can influence the rates of individuals in specific age groups, but unfortunately studies have shown that more youthful drivers have a tendency to take unnecessary risks, drive without a seat belt and are more frequently involved in accidents than other age groups. Luckily residents of any age may be able to find cheaper coverage by shopping around.

One of the major reasons why younger individuals pay more for Wisconsin car insurance is because the 551,246 licensed drivers under the age of 25 in the Badger State make up only 13.5 percent of the total number of motorists, but are involved in 24.3 percent of all accidents statewide. Statistics such as these often result in younger individuals being classified as high risk motorists, and consequently experience higher premiums. Insurers often increase rates to counter the financial risk associated with insuring an individual with an increased chance of filing a claim. Despite the tendency for WI youth to pay more for policies, it is still usually possible to find an adequately priced plan after completing a fair amount of research.

Cheaper Car Insurance as a Young WI Driver

In the Badger State there are many different options for people searching for vehicle coverage, and young high risk drivers in particular can often benefit from taking the time to shop around and compare quotes. Evaluating estimates from multiple companies allows residents to explore their options and choose an insurer that can provide coverage at an adequate price. To research efficiently, it is recommended that residents try searching for sample rates online, where potentially dozens of quotes can be viewed at once. To help make coverage costs more affordable, drivers are also encouraged to investigate potential discounts as well as policy estimates.

Many inexperienced drivers, especially students, may be able to benefit from investigating Tips for Saving on auto insurance which includes taking advantage of various special offers. Coverage providers commonly lower premium prices for individuals with multiple vehicles on the same plan or for motorists that belong to specific clubs or organizations, but also for maintaining good grades while in school (generally a 3.0 GPA or higher). Additionally, young motorists can often save money by taking a state approved driver training course, and by making an effort to become safe and conscientious drivers. Individuals who can maintain a clean driving record for over three years typically experience good driver discounts, and striving to become an exceptional motorist while still a teenager may lead to lower coverage costs in the future.


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Online Tools for Safe Handyman Auto Insurance Quote Comparisons

Nov. 19th 2011

Having an adequate amount of auto insurance is essential for almost anyone who wants to drive. Being involved in an accident while uninsured can be not only dangerous, but also costly and potentially illegal. Although shopping for the right amount of coverage is similar to shopping for other products, getting an affordable policy with the right level of protection may take a fair amount of comparing. To avoid possible fraudulent insurers or policies, it is also important to compare prices with a watchful eye. Taking advantage of the wealth of information available online can be a tremendously helpful way for vehicle owners to examine the cost of multiple policies from trustworthy coverage providers.

When vehicle owners are given coverage options, it often leads to less expensive policies. For a better chance of finding a cheap plan, drivers typically need to make a wide range of comparisons. To start a search for an affordable policy many people rely on newspapers or the phonebook for insurer contact information, and call companies directly. Although this can work, motorists are encouraged to get auto insurance quotes online for dozens of estimates in one convenient place. No matter the method, while shopping for vehicle coverage it’s important to be aware of suspicious details to avoid possible fraud, and help stop activity that can be harmful to millions of motorists.

Online auto insurance Quotes with Safety in Mind

Vehicle coverage sold by fraudulent companies often provide no protection at all after an accident, and end up costing motorists a considerable amount of money. The NAIC encourages vehicle owners to avoid taking shortcuts when it comes to buying coverage, and to take the time to shop around and investigate numerous insurers before making purchase. The simple act of calling one’s local insurance department to ensure that the company in question is licensed to do business in the state can often help drivers avoid potential scams. It is also fairly important to take certain precautions if purchasing a policy over the Internet. While these incidences can be troubling, it is usually very simple for an observant driver to safely shop for and buy a policy.

In order to help Protect Yourself from Insurance Fraud there are several simple steps that motorists can take. Apart from checking to see if a particular insurer is licensed to sell coverage, drivers should also carefully read through their policy before making a payment or signing any documents. Individuals are also encouraged to be wary of companies that require cash or a money order to pay for a plan. When buying a plan, people should receive copies of all important documents, including detailed receipts, and keep them in a safe place for future reference. When making a payment over the Internet, vehicle owners are urged ensure that the website in question is secure. A simple way of checking this is to examine the website URL located in the address bar. If the site begins with “https” instead of “http” there is a good chance that it is secure. Using the many tools that are available online and taking to time to cautiously shop for a plan can often result in an adequately priced policy from a trustworthy insurer.


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Handyman Auto Insurance for High Risk Drivers in Mississippi

Nov. 17th 2011

For Mississippi motorists, buying vehicle coverage is essential. Before getting behind-the-wheel residents are required to be adequately insured, which often involves shopping for and purchasing a policy. Many drivers may notice, however, that quotes are likely to be different depending on the motorist. This is typically because premiums are frequently determined by investigating a vehicle owner’s risk-factor, or likelihood of filing a claim, with higher risk drivers often paying more for their plan. Insurers often research a large number of details and statistics that can impact how much someone pays for their coverage. Learning how insurers set rates, however, may help drivers in the non-standard market find an adequately priced plan after a small amount of effort and investigation.

The way that many companies determine how much an individual pays for Mississippi car insurance is largely based on the motorist’s personal details and a wide range of statistical findings. Coverage providers often consider a resident’s age, gender, marital status, location, accident history and several other details because this information can help determine the individual’s likelihood of filing a claim. For example, in 2010 there were nearly 70,000 reported crashes within the state, and more than half of those accidents involved male drivers. Furthermore, younger motorists under the age of 25 are statistically more likely to take unnecessary risks, drive while distracted and be involved in an accident than older age groups. If a person is included in several of these groups with a greater likelihood of filing claims, then they may be considered a higher risk themselves.

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Motorists in the Magnolia State are frequently placed in the non-standard market for having a history of accidents or traffic citations. Being at-fault for a collision or having one’s license suspended can often result in steeper coverage costs. Additionally, blemishes on a person’s driving record are likely to remain in place for at least three years, potentially affecting future policy prices. Residents may also want to note that Impaired Driving in Mississippi is taken very seriously. Being convicted of a DUI can often reflect badly on an individual’s driving record, potentially leading to higher premiums in the future. But to legally drive in MS residents must be insured, and to find affordable coverage as an individual at a greater risk, residents frequently need to shop around and compare a wide range of quotes.

Vehicle owners often have a wealth of options when looking for coverage, and many companies are unique. Although many insurers have a tendency to target drivers in the preferred and standard market, there are still others who can offer affordable rates to high risk individuals. Residents are urged to take the time to begin an online search for quotes. By evaluating multiple estimates, motorists often have the opportunity to choose a policy with an affordable price tag. Additionally, research completed over the Internet can usually produce dozens of estimates in a single convenient location. Although a resident may be considered a higher risk driver, often people have the option to shop around for a policy, and by taking advantage of available resources and striving to become an exceptional motorist, residents can frequently find adequately priced vehicle coverage.


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Companies Selling Florida Handyman Car Insurance

Nov. 15th 2011

A Florida motorist is typically required by law to carry Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and Property Damage Liability (PDL) for as long as they have a valid FL license plate, or potentially lose their driving privileges in addition to several other consequences. This coverage must come from an insurer licensed to do business within the Sunshine State, where vehicle owners have many different options. Coverage providers are often unique and can usually provide a variety of services at varying prices. For a resident to find the ideal insurer for their personal needs and budget, it often helps to shop around and make a number of comparisons.

Many people consider the price of a policy to be a major factor when shopping for coverage, which is why various companies are often competitive in their pricing. At times the cost of two policies that offer the same level of protection can differ significantly. To take advantage of these potential differences, residents are encouraged to gather Florida car insurance quotes from a number of helpful sources. Viewing the rates offered by several insurers at once through an online estimate evaluation may help vehicle owners better determine which companies can fit their particular budget. After several potential options have been chosen, residents may be able to benefit from investigating the various discounts that several companies can offer.

Helpful Qualities for FL Car Insurance Companies

Similar to how different stores may have different types of merchandise on sale, various insurers often offer discounts for a number of reasons. Choosing a coverage provider with the greatest array of applicable money saving offers can lead to significant price reductions. For example, many residents can typically experience savings for taking one of the many Basic Driver Improvement Courses that are available throughout the state. Additionally, motorists can commonly receive good driver discounts for maintaining a clean driving record for at least three year. Before deciding on a policy provider based on premium alone, it’s important to ensure that the company in question can also provide quality services.

A policy premium may be one of the more important details for many people, but an insurer with poor customer service that is difficult to contact and slow to file claims may not be worth any number of savings. Luckily there are ways that residents can ensure that these characteristics are strong before buying a plan. Many businesses regularly publish information online that ranks insurers on a wide range of qualities, including customer satisfaction, professionalism and other essential qualities. Reviewing this information and other details found over the Internet can be helpful when buying a plan. It should be noted, however, that information obtained from surveys and personal customer accounts may contain personal bias and should be taken lightly.


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Review the Handyman Best Priced Auto Insurance Companies

Nov. 13th 2011

There are typically a range of details and traits that are commonly considered when an auto insurance company rates a motorist. Because almost every vehicle owner is unique and individual insurers have different standards, there typically isn’t a single coverage provider that can provide the cheapest policies for every motorist. Drivers generally have to shop around and make several comparisons to find the most affordable insurers available, and useful online resources can often help. Extensive research can usually allow drivers to find adequately priced policies from insurers that can also provide an array of discounts, designed to help lower coverage costs.

Motorists usually have a wealth of options when it comes time to choose an insurer. In some states a vehicle owner may have hundreds of coverage providers to choose from, and to find the best priced auto insurancecompany, people usually have to make many different quote comparisons. Exploring estimates from a large number of sources, however, can be done in only a few minutes if vehicle owners start their search online. By viewing potentially dozens of sample rates in a short period of time, drivers may have a better chance of finding the lowest prices available. Top rated insurers with the cheapest premiums, however, often have additional ways for motorists to cut their coverage costs.

Save on auto insurance with the Best Priced Company

Automobile insurance discounts are a common feature provided by many different insurers, but individual companies are likely to offer unique saving opportunities. Similar to comparing quotes, drivers in search of adequately priced premiums can also compare special offers. A motorist may be able to save a considerable amount of money by purchasing a policy from an insurer that also provides good driver and multicar discounts, among many other opportunities. Although there are other common reasons for rate reductions, such as lower prices for being a good student or for being over the age of 55, some coverage providers also offer more unique savings. More abstract savings may include price reductions for majoring in a specific subject while in school, or for belonging to a specific club or organization.

After extensively reviewing the many traits that can affect an individual’s premium and researching a variety of affordable options, drivers can typically find an adequately priced policy. With the number of options that are commonly available, it is generally considered essential for drivers to analyze a number of policies, and after finding a coverage provider, make the effort to keep premiums reasonably low. Over time, coverage costs are likely to fluctuate for a number of reasons. Drivers are urged to periodically re-research several companies and make additional Automobile Insurance Sample Rate Comparisons to determine if they are still getting the best priced coverage available.


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Lucrative Medical Careers in Portland, ME

Nov. 11th 2011

Many lucrative and rewarding medical jobs are available in Maine due to advanced health care facilities and hospitals, particularly in Portland.  The number of jobs for medical professionals keeps increasing every year in Maine because of numerous hospitals and nursing homes there to support an aging population. Vacancies for nurses and affiliated jobs also exist in Portland.  Job aspirants must have lot of patience and a caring nature as key personal traits to be able to work as a medical professional.

Careers in the Medical Field

Various kinds of jobs can be found easily in the medical field in Portland which keeps increasing every day. Candidates having specializations in particular fields are required by several hospitals and institutions including private and government hospitals in Portland. Nurses can find jobs in several sectors including ambulatory care, palliative care, critical and community health care. Such jobs are available especially to experienced nurses. Modern facilities exist in many of these leading health care facilities and therefore they need medical practitioners for various functions. The best way to find out about the types of jobs is to go through the job listing available online.



A degree is mandatory among job aspirants and they must also preferably have a post graduate qualification in any area of specialization. Nurses must have a certification in nursing which is a minimum requirement. Also those having a Registered Nurse (RN) certification can work as a nurse in Portland.

Research activities also take place every day in the medical field. Doctors try to find solutions for illnesses and the services of doctors are required in almost every department. A strict code of professional ethic governs the medical fraternity. Job aspirants can be assured of good growth prospects in the health care sectors in Portland including lucrative remuneration packages.

Other Job Options

Job seekers can also find work as counselors, nurses, lab technicians, hospital administrators, recreation therapists and more in the numerous hospitals in the city. Other areas that offer plenty of hiring options are pharmaceuticals, biomedical engineering, and computer system management. Job seekers can also find jobs in areas such as security and administration, hospitality, premises management etc. General administration, legal affairs, public relations, maintenance management also offer plenty of jobs in Portland.

Nursing is another lucrative profession where medical candidates can find employment in Portland. Those interested in the field of medicine can find excellent job opportunities combined with superb pay in Portland.  Working in the medical field, no matter what specialization, can provide a very rewarding and satisfying career.

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Get Covered by New Hampshire Handyman Auto Insurance

Nov. 9th 2011

There are over 15,200 miles of public roadway in New Hampshire and ample opportunity for residents to be involved in automobile accidents. A motorist without adequate coverage could be financially devastated by a collision while behind-the-wheel, but buying a suitable policy can be a helpful investment. Drivers in the Granite State are not necessarily required to purchase car insurance, but they are required to be financially responsible in the event that they are “at-fault” for an accident. Choosing not to buy a policy could leave a motorist with costly repairs or medical bills. Motorists are encouraged to consider researching multiple policies and purchasing enough vehicle protection to be adequately insured for a broad range accident related costs at a reasonable price.

A popular way for residents to meet state motor vehicle financial responsibility requirements is to buy automobile coverage. When buying a plan, however, there are certain minimum requirements that must be met. Drivers must purchase a policy that includes bodily injury and property damage liability with limits of 25/50/25, medical payment coverage with a minimum limit of $1,000 and uninsured motorist protection. While seemingly extensive, many NH auto insurance companies encourage residents to consider purchasing more extensive policies with higher limits to be better prepared. An individual’s liability protection, for example, is designed to cover bodily injury and property damage that the policyholder is responsible for. If this basic threshold is exceeded, however, the driver may have to pay any remaining costs out-of-pocket.

Get Extensive NH auto insurance Coverage

If a resident purchases a policy, they are encouraged to consider improving on the minimum medical payment coverage that is required by the state. Policyholders are required to carry a limit of at least $1,000 but injuries or emergency procedures that may follow a car accident can quickly become expensive. For example, the average cost of a medium severity emergency room procedure in New Hampshire can range from roughly $629 to $2440 for an uninsured individual. The additional costs of riding in an ambulance, staying overnight in a hospital or physical therapy can also become incredibly expensive. Paying for a higher policy threshold may end up saving a motorist a fair amount of money in the event of an accident.

With additional coverage often comes an increased premium. The NAIC estimates that in 2008 the average expenditure in the Granite State was roughly $727 but taking the time to shop around may help motorists find adequately priced policies that also include suitable levels of protection. Drivers can usually see dozens of estimates at once by starting their search on the Internet by completing a quick quote comparison. By inputting a small amount of information, such as an individual’s age, gender, marital status, driving record and location, a vehicle owner can easily expedite their search. It may also be helpful Understanding How Insurers Use Credit Information to avoid being surprised by specific estimates.


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Oil and Gas Capability Content Hub

Oct. 22nd 2011

London, United Kingdom

New Capability Development Strategies for Global Oil and Gas

An essential capability resource: 18 capability authorities with experience in more than 100 countries ON DEMAND at your desktop.

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Construction Tracking Software Solutions

Oct. 20th 2011

Redmond, Washington

Dynamic Systems, an industry leader in barcode tracking solutions since 1981, is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned web site www.a-barcode.com. The site lists expanded software, solution…

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Handyman insurance includes several types of coverage; each one offers a specific kind of protection for your business.  

(Handyman Insurance ) Commercial Auto: Covers a business's owned, no owned, and hired autos against liability and physical damage losses. 

Handyman Workers Compensation:  If your business as a Handyman employs any staff (including part-time, trainees or sub-contractors), Employers liability insurance cover is a legal requirement.  Employers liability insurance provides protection against your legal liabilities to pay compensation in respect of injury sustained by your employees in the course of your business as a Handyman.  (Handyman Insurance) Workers Compensation: Provides coverage for an employer's responsibility in the event of a work-related injury or illness.   Employers Liability Insurance for handyman work: This type of insurance would cover payment of legal fees and damages in the event that an employee was injured or killed while doing work for you. 

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Handyman General Liability - Commercial jobs will require you to have general liability coverage of $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 prior to being hired (not to mention that you protect your assets if something goes wrong on the job).

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Professional Indemnity Insurance for handyman work: This covers you against any mistakes you might make  including bad advice you or your staff might give  that ends up costing your clients money, and leading them to take legal action against you.

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Please note that standard home owner's insurance will most likely not cover business assets, and may VOID your home insurance coverage.  If your business is home-based, do you need more liability coverage than your home insurance policy covers. 

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