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Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Insurance Quotes

Insurance Quotes




Buying insurance is no one's idea of fun. And it's especially easy to berate something as funky-sounding as writing checks to defend our neighborhoods against apartment-size rocks from space. But this is one insurance pitch that makes perfect sense. Ask the dinos. Seth Shostak



“Everyone should have health insurance? I say everyone should have health care. I'm not selling insurance.” 
― Dennis Kucinich




Kristin Cashore
“Q: Why do you use swear words on your blog, but never the F word?
A: Because I'm saving the F word for the day when I write a blog post about the for-profit health insurance industry and the way its CEOs become wealthy by not only preying on, but exacerbating, other people's personal tragedies.
*ahem*
Happy Monday, everyone :o)” 
― Kristin Cashore


Steven Magee
“The problem with car insurance is that you never know how bad your policy is until you are involved in a car crash. At that point enlightenment begins.”
― Steven Magee



Toni Sorenson
“Taking care of your body is insurance for your soul.”
― Toni Sorenson



Cory Doctorow
“No, I mean I'm sorry that you've inherited such a miserable, collapsing Old Country. A place where rich Bankers own everything, where you've got to be grateful for a part-time job with no benefits and no retirement plan, where the most health insurance you can afford is being careful and hoping you don't get sick, where --”
― Cory Doctorow, Homeland



“Life Insurance - it's better to be 5 years too early, than 5 minutes too late.”
― online Reference



“Another roadblock to opting for an insurance cover amongst the customers is that in case they do not claim, they get nothing back in return to the premium they invested. Hence they consider insurance to be a dead investment. They need to be educated that insurance is more like a social cause. Insurance by its very principles is collection of money by many to pay to a few, in their times of distress. Rather than considering it to be a passive investment, it should be treated as an active social participation where you are securing yourself as well as helping others in their direst times of need. Then it has a higher meaning and everyone feels good to be a part of it.”
― Tapan Singhel


“I have often witnessed this at hospital billing counters, where salaried or reasonably well to do people typically have a health insurance to take care of their bills, while a common man loses out. In such a pesky situation, these commoners are compelled to either take loans or sell their personal assets to be able to afford a reasonable medical treatment. Lack of home insurance has always been another concern. People lose out on their entire life’s savings when their homes get whisked away due to calamities.”
― Tapan Singhel



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