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What is a 50 / 50?

In this post, I explain comparative liability in terms that anyone can understand, and explain what it means in terms of out-of pocket expense and how it affects your future insurance rates. What it is Comparative Liability is a term that insurance companies use when both drivers in an accident have some degree of fault,… Continue Reading

Where Do I Go for Car Accident Treatment?

If you were injured in a car accident, and are thinking of getting treatment, then reading the article below is crucial to make sure you don’t make a huge mistake that will end up costing you your health. Reading the article below can completely change the outcome of your treatment. If you were involved in… Continue Reading

Understanding Car Insurance – Part 1

When it comes to understanding auto insurance after a car accident, the first thing you need to do is break it down into a couple of categories. There are coverages for property damage, which include the vehicles, street lights, fences or whatever other property was damages in the accident. There are separate coverages for injured… Continue Reading

Should I Use the Body Shop that the Insurance Company Recommends?

At some point after a car accident, you are going to need to have your vehicle repaired. If the accident was your fault, you will need to have it repaired by your own insurance company, assuming that you have collision coverage. If the other driver was at fault for the accident, you will have a… Continue Reading

Should I Go Through My Own Insurance, or the Other Guy’s?

One question I have been asked so many times, is “Who’s insurance should I use to pay for my auto repair and injuries?” When someone is hurt in an accident, or even if they just have vehicle damage, and it’s the other driver’s fault, people have a tendency to want to go through the other… Continue Reading

Are You a Fracture Waiting to Happen?

When it comes to osteoporosis, do you know the score? If you or a loved one is over 45, then you should know what a “DEXA” is, and how to read one. It’s important to understand that most people who have osteoporosis won’t ever know it before fracturing a bone. Not even an x-ray done… Continue Reading

Legislating Preventative Health Care is a Fantasy

Ever since President Obama first started talking about health care reform, politicians have been talking about preventative medicine by legislation, but it’s all bogus. Our President said “Simply put, in the absence of a radical shift towards prevention and public health, we will not be successful in containing medical costs or improving the health of… Continue Reading

The Good News About Disease

I thought I would let you know the good news about disease, and no, it’s not that you can stay home from work. The good news is that almost all conditions you are likely to acquire can be prevented at the exact same time. Drug commercials are spending billions of dollars trying to sell you… Continue Reading

What is Whole Wheat Anyway

This is something that is important to understand, so you won’t get fooled at the supermarket. You probably already know that whole grains are good for you, and refined wheat is not so good for you. I’m not going to talk about why. (Google it) The problem is, people don’t seem to understand that multi-grain,… Continue Reading

Help for Obese Kids?

The other day I was responding to a question that went something like this. If you could give 1 health tip designed to decrease childhood obesity, what would it be? After thinking about it for a minute, I realized that I would give this health tip to anyone, assuming I could only give 1, and… Continue Reading