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How To Get Short Term Health Insurance in Kentucky & Indiana

Short Term Medical gives you the flexibility to get the coverage you need when you need it most. Short term medical provides all of the options you need to protect you and your family when you are out of work, furloughed, or in-between plans and left without health insurance. Short term medical insurance in Kentucky is provided on an initial term for between 30 and 364 days but can be renewed for up to three years.

At Braden Insurance, we sell Short Term Health Insurance through National General and United HealthOne.

How Does Insurance Fraud Affect You

How Does Insurance Fraud Affect You?

Insurance fraud is on the rise, and it might impact you more than you think. Historically, in hard economic times, crime increases. Perhaps many people who are otherwise law-abiding citizens find themselves pinned between a rock and a hard place and must find a way to cheat the system in order to survive. People get desperate and try to file fraudulent insurance claims in order to find a source of income.

The insurance industry measures fraud by keeping track of “questionable claims.” A questionable claim is one where the

Getting The Most Out Of Your High Mileage Car

Getting More Miles Out of Your Vehicle

With gas prices continuing to rise, it is more important than ever to get every last drop of petroleum gold out of our vehicles. For commuter cars, highway riders, and drivers who put a lot of mileage on their vehicles, taking the time to give our vehicles a little TLC will pay off in the end by providing us with a few extra miles in the tank and in the engine. Here are a few ways to extend the life of your high-mileage vehicle.

1. Be Proactive Rather than Reactive

Being proactive

Protect Yourself With Disability Insurance

Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Disability Insurance

Disability insurance is often referred to as the, “forgotten insurance.” As its nickname suggests, disability insurance is often overlooked or underappreciated until it is necessary. According to the Huffington Post, government studies show that a 20-year-old worker has a 30 percent chance of becoming disabled before reaching full retirement age. Yet only about a third of employees in private industry have long-term disability insurance, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In 2009, more than 15 million Americans experienced a disability that prevented them from working.

In many cases, disability is

Saving On Gas

5 Tips for Saving Money on Gas

Summertime means road trips, but the increased fuel costs can bring family vacations to a screeching halt. With gas prices skyrocketing during the summer months, many Americans go to great lengths to save on fuel, but there are many tips you can use (aside from buying a new car) that will help keep the show on the road.

1. Brake Carefully

Your car guzzles the most gas while it is accelerating, The constant speed up and slam down method increases gas consumption considerably, so to avoid this, keep a little more

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