- 1 Introduction
- 2 The risk that is the least desirable.
- 3 The risk that is more than you could afford to lose.
- 4 The risk that is more than you would like to accept.
- 5 Even though you don’t have enough insurance, each day your insurance limits protect you from the worst damage if something bad happens
- 6 Conclusion
I did not get the title of this book, but it is a good one. I have seen it on other sites as well. If you need to purchase an insurance policy for your own protection or for a business reason, I would recommend this book.
The information in the book was very helpful and I learned quite a bit from reading it. The author is full of valuable tips and he covers most of the essential topics regarding insurance policies. The book is written in a friendly tone which makes it easier to understand. There are also plenty of useful examples that make the subject matter easy to follow along with. The author has lived through many experiences related to insurance policies which makes him able to relate the explanations with his personal experiences.
While reading this book, I had a feeling that there were others who would benefit from its contents as well, therefore my review may help them learn about different methods that can be used to obtain affordable insurance coverage when needed.
The risk that is the least desirable.
- The risk that is the least desirable. This is the risk you don’t want to take and it’s also the most expensive, as well as being the least likely to happen and most difficult to predict.
The risk that is more than you could afford to lose.
- The risk that is more than you could afford to lose.
- The risk that is more than you would like to accept.
- The risk that is more than you can afford to lose.
- The risk that is more than you could afford to lose and more than you would like to accept.
The risk that is more than you would like to accept.
The risk that is more than you would like to accept. If a risk occurs, it can be costly and difficult for you to recover from the loss.
For example: A burglary happens at home and your insurance does not cover this type of event. You will have to pay for repairs or replace your items that were damaged in order to get back on track financially.
Even though you don’t have enough insurance, each day your insurance limits protect you from the worst damage if something bad happens
While it’s true that you don’t have enough insurance, each day your limits protect you from the worst damage if something bad happens.
A risk is a potential loss that could happen to someone. For example, if your car gets stolen and it has a $1,000 deductible on your policy, then any other damage to the vehicle would be covered in full by the insurer (even though you had no coverage for this kind of loss).
This means that even though you don’t have enough insurance coverage for some risks—like an auto accident or fire—you still have protection against those risks because they’re considered “covered” under their limits. In fact, most policies will cover any damages caused by their insureds while driving their cars or using them as part of their business operations (such as working at home).
CAS has a very simple pay-out formula: I have never had to fight with them. The insurance company has always been pleasant and issued me a check at the agreed upon time.
If you choose to go with CAS, make sure you don’t choose to go with HART! I was going to go with CAS and get my parents a policy but they didn’t offer the policy in their age brackets so we went with HART instead. They range from $2,500 – $25,000 depending on the level of coverage you want.
- What is any advice for an individual who doesn’t want tenants?
If you are an owner of rental property, it is important that your unit is clean and well maintained (window screens on all windows, light fixtures cleaned in case there’s termites etc.) This is essential because if your tenant leaves before the lease ends then they will leave behind damage and could request they be paid additional rent or move elsewhere due to bad living conditions. Even if your tenant leaves at the end of their lease because they found something better/the landlord raised their rates or whatever reason it may be important that your unit is maintained for both parties benefit.
- How much do you know about contractor licensing? Have you done so yourself? If not do you plan on doing so?
I haven’t answered this question yet but I am researching this myself at this time as we are dealing with contractors coming in when our house gets renovated. I just wanted some more insight from individual who are licensed as well since different states have different requirements for getting licensed and each state requires different licensing documentation (e.g., active city permit/license). In California anyone over 18 years old can get a contractor license although certain types of work require separate licenses such as plumbing, electricians etc.. There are many resources online (e.g., here)