According to a recent special investigation by Consumer Reports, "the way insurers set prices is shrouded in secrecy and rife with inequities." Here are the 6 hidden truths that Consumer Reports revealed.
Suddenly you are in a car accident, but luckily no one seems hurt at the accident scene. Should you report the accident to your auto insurance company or the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles? Yes!
Once you have been involved in a car accident, it is important to take five steps to protect yourself.
Back pain plagues almost everyone at least once in their lifetime.
The bad news is you need surgery. The good news is that you can do "prehab" which will make your post surgery recovery easier and better.
A recent OSHA report "adding Inequality to Injury: The Costs of Failing to Protect Workers on the Job," notes a high percentage of work place injury costs are shouldered by the injured worker and their family and tax payer programs like social security disability.
How do Vermont workers' compensation benefits stack up to other states?
If you are hurt in a car accident, your medical bills may be covered by your car insurance -- even if you are at fault for that car accident. Most Vermont car insurance policies have Medical Payment ("Med Pay") coverage.