"Insurers have withdrawn the cover on their virginity taken out by three sisters in the event of the second coming of Christ. Essex-based Britishinsurance.com confirmed it had provided the £1m policy, but said it was reviewed on Thursday following complaints. The firm...
Real Estate Press
- You may try to sell a condominium on the bay and have just learned
that homeowners insurance has increased from $48,000 to $170,000 for
the 29 units. Plus, the deductible has gone from $50,000 to $750,000. A
10-story condo was built in 2000. It is...
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"Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Angelides on Friday promised to provide health care for all of California's children if elected by closing corporate tax loopholes and tax breaks given to those who earn more than $500,000.
Standing with a group of parents and their...
"AP - The owners of the sagging, flood-stained home aren't in. Above the front door, a banner explains their absence, and the lack of progress: "Allstate paid $10,113.34 on this house for storm damage.""
"A livestock farmer has been given the go-ahead to set up a crocodile farm in Cambridgeshire. Crocodiles can grow to up to 18 feetAndy Johnson, 36, of Oldhurst, said he had imported eight Nile crocodiles, each around eight feet long, and planned to breed them for meat....
This is sooo creepy:
"Helen Golay, 75, and Olga Rutterschmidt, 72, had a system. They would befriend homeless men and offer them apartments. Once they gained their trust, they would get them to open several insurance policies naming the women as beneficiaries.
Many of the residents of Florida may have survived the
serious damages caused by the hurricanes in the past two years. But
people might lose these properties anyway. Floridians
have seen dramatic increases on...
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"AP - The percentage of working-age Americans with moderate to middle incomes who lacked health insurance for at least part of the year rose to 41 percent in 2005, a dramatic increase from the 28 percent in 2001 without coverage, a study released on Wednesday found."