Cavalcade of Risk No 146 - Garden Scenes Edition

Russell Hutchinson hosts the 146th edition of the Cavalcade of Risk, an eclectic and interesting collection of thoughts and comments on a wide range of risk issues.

The Cavalcade of Risk is a biweekly rotating collection of articles and links (also known as a "blog carnival") from insurance and other risk related sources that provides some great information and insight about risk and risk management.

Some highlights:
  • Hank Stern explores the implications of saving $75 but watching your house burn down with Stupid Homeowners Tricks: Again;
  • FMF discusses The Dangers of Life Insurance Policy loans and illustrates how policy loans are one of the most complex, misunderstood and misused components of a life insurance policy;
  • Paul Vachon asks Gap Insurance - What is It? and Do I Need it?; and
  • Dennis Wall reviews a recent legal decision affecting insurers and insureds in Late Notice Defense to Hurricane Claim of Excess Carrier Rejected.

To read these articles and many more on a variety of risk-related topics, check out the latest edition of the Cavalcade of Risk here.

1 comment:

  1. If the head or the main breadwinner of a family dies or become critically ill, the family won't have to worry much about their finances if he/she has a life insurance availed beforehand. The main benefit is really about the financial stability of the family left behind.