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Don’t leave your house without any Car Insurance. These articles will help you make the right choices when it comes to auto insurance!

Car accident claims

In the last 5 years it is estimated that more than 26% of all drivers have been involved in a car accident. The very sad part of this car accident statistic is that the most common of all causes is completely preventable! Avoiding car accidents is really a matter of remembering to perform the basics. After driving for any length ...

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No Win No Fee explained

Car accidents are one of the most harmful things that happen every day in society. Ask anyone and chances are they know someone that has been in one. Many of them were lucky to come out with only a minor surprise, while others end up weeks in the hospital and others dead. Here are a few reasons that explain why ...

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Car Accident – Insurance Claim Help

There are 31 million cars in the UK, and this figure is growing every year, with 71% of the population having driving licence – more than ever before.  With the popularity of cars growing, people are putting themselves in danger when they get behind the wheel. Over 290,000 injuries are caused by car accidents every year in the UK, the ...

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Are all insurance companies the same?

Taking your time over things is always advisable. When it comes down to money this is the case even more so and you should not rush into anything that costs money as there is usually better value out there for you. Buying car insurance is definitely one if the situations in which taking your time and shopping around for the ...

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Car accident claims advice

There are 31 million cars in the UK, and this figure is growing every year, with 71% of the population having driving licences – more than ever before.  With the popularity of cars growing, people are putting themselves in danger when they get behind the wheel.  Over 290,000 injuries are caused by car accidents every year in the UK, the ...

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