John Hancock Wants To Turn Life Insurance Into A Wellness GameJohn Hancock wants its Vitality program to drum up new interest, especially among young people, which are less likely to consider life insurance a necessity.
Zeoli Show Log 01.17.17Rich discussed local Democrat Congressmen boycotting Donald Trump's inauguration, Trump's plan to replace Obamacare and a 'user fee' possibly coming to Pennsylvania. He also discussed President Obama commuting Chelsea Manning's sentence, GM investing $1 billion dollars in the U.S. and more. Rich spoke with FIRE co-founder Harvey Silverglate regarding his article, A Senator Fights DeVos With FIRE at 5pm. He also spoke with Charles 'Cully' Stimson, a Senior Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, regarding President Obama commuting Chelsea Manning's sentence at 5:20pm.
About 19K Del. Residents Affected By Insurance Data BreachAbout 19,000 residents of Delaware may have been affected by a insurance security data breach, the Delaware Department of Insurance has announced on Friday.
Aetna Leaving Pennsylvania's Health Insurance MarketplaceThe company insures about 31,000 people statewide, but they won't lose health coverage.
Local Agencies Hope To Get More Children Insured In U.S. The rate of uninsured children has fallen to an all-time low: Less than five percent nationally.
3 On Your Side: How Insurance Covers Storm Damage3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has information on filing an insurance claim for repairs.
Blog: SUVs And Trucks Are Cheaper To Insure Than SedansThe study divided the average annual cost to insure each vehicle by its manufacturer’s suggested retail price to determine which cars are relative bargains to insure and which carry a surprisingly high insurance burden.
What Car Warranties CoverMost new cars come with two types of warranties: a bumper to bumper general warranty and a powertrain warranty. But that doesn't mean your car is completely covered.
Understanding Viaticals And Their RisksA viatical settlement is a transaction in which a terminally ill person sells his life insurance policy to a company that pays him a percentage of the policy’s face value, takes over payments, and becomes the beneficiary.
3 On Your Side: If A Tree Falls, Who Makes The Insurance Claim? If you've experienced tree-related damage, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has information on filing an insurance claim for repairs.
FEMA Begins Offering 2nd Look At Flood Damage Claims For Thousands Of Sandy Victims In NJKevin Kaufmann, President of Property Adjustment Corporation, is just one of many professionals offering help to homeowners.
3 On Your Side: Pros And Cons Of Raising Your Homeowner's Insurance Deductible3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan explains simply boosting your deductible can result in some significant savings.
Insured Property Lost Then Found Not Necessarily A Happy EndingIf an insurance company pays for a loss that is later found, who gets to keep what had been missing? Probably not who you think.
Philadelphia Jobs Report: Now Is A Good Time To Enter Healthcare IndustryJill Schlesinger reports as more Americans gain access to insurance, providers will need to add staff to meet increased demands.
Who Pays When A Car Left Running Is Stolen?If you leave your car to warm up unattended and it gets stolen, does insurance pay?