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Scott M. Schweiger

Thinking about skipping on Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage? You may want to reconsider

Even though it is legally required in the U.S. for all motorists to have insurance, some people still drive around without it. Unfortunately, if you are in an accident with one of these drivers, you’re still the one responsible for footing the bill for damages. So how can you protect yourself from this situation? While …

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Scott M. Schweiger

Underinsured and Uninsured Motorist Coverage: What You Need to Know

Did you know that up to 54% of Ohio drivers drive without insurance? If you were struck by one of these drivers and injured, the only insurance you will have to compensate you for your losses will be your own. Even if the other driver has insurance the state only requires 25,000 per person $50,000 …

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Scott M. Schweiger

Does an existing condition or drug abuse affect your personal injury claim?

When we talk about personal injury claims, there are many people who are injured in an accident and are already dealing with a condition or injury to their body. This condition is referred to as “pre-existing condition.” Examples of common pre-existing conditions could be back pain, neck pain or any other aches or pains. So …

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Scott M. Schweiger

The Perils of Not Changing Your Beneficiaries After a Divorce

Following a divorce, most people assume that their Ex will not inherit their retirement life insurance benefits or bank accounts. This may not be the case if the beneficiary clauses have not been changed with the companies that retain these assets. It is important to realize that the divorce decree only binds the parties to …

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