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Car insurance in Mt. Pleasant, Greensburg, Uniontown, PA

Valuable facts about car insurance policies Today, almost all of us are highly dependent on our cars to travel from one place to another, but at the same time driving it can be dangerous. 11 more words


Barge recovery with an Orville Hook

All of our ocean going tugs (and most west coast ocean going tugs) carry an Orville Hook.  The system was developed by Sause Brothers tug captain, Bud “Orville” Fuller.   23 more words

Further Thoughts On Health Insurance in the Philippines — 2016

Thoughts On Health Insurance in the Philippines. What?  More on Health insurance or Medical insurance for expats in the Philippines?  Haven t you written about that often, Dave? 47 more words

Are You Ready for the Storm?

We had a tornado go through our town this week.  Luckily no one was killed or even seriously injured, but there were a lot of trees knocked down and some damage to houses and cars, particularly where trees fell into houses.   972 more words

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Car accidents do indeed happen

My previous post on a lizard being set free in my car promoted several comments about other creatures in readers’ cars. I began thinking of some of the car accidents I have been involved with which show our and my imperfections or just confirm being at the wrong place at the wrong time. 349 more words


Impartial review of your Private Medical Insurance. Compare in confidence 

Allow the experts to help you with an impartial review of your Private Medical Insurance policy at Compare Your Cover.

In an industry that sees constant change it really can benefit consumers to stay on top of their insurances policies. 31 more words


Old Stone (Johnny Ma, 2016)

A year or two ago, reports began circulating chronicling a disturbing phenomenon in contemporary China. The nature of the insurance industry there was mangled such that people involved in car accidents where another person was injured had been incentivized to kill the accident victim, because if they lived the individual at fault for the accident would be responsible for their medical bills in perpetuity, and even if that person themselves died, the debt would pass on to their surviving family. 487 more words

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