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World Insurance Associates LLC Acquires John Cecchettini Agency of South Plainfield, NJ
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TINTON FALLS, N.J., March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- World Insurance Associates LLC , an independent insurance agency, completed their eighth agency acquisition on February 13, 2015 with the John Cecchettini ...
 
Avoid Key Myths About About Car Insurance and Get a Better Deal
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NEW YORK ( MainStreet ) — Car insurers may be happy there's an estimated $120 billion paid in premiums each year, according to the Brookings Institution , but most drivers would prefer paying less.
 
Former mayor pleads guilty to insurance fraud charge
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ROSELLE, N.J. (AP) - A former northern New Jersey mayor has admitted making false statements to police and an insurance company in a bid to cover up a hit-and-run accident.
 
How to protect yourself against uninsured drivers
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Although you might never consider driving without automobile liability insurance for bodily injury and property damage, many people do. An estimated 30 million U.S. vehicle owners “go naked”—indu...
 
Cabdrivers press N.J. lawmakers to rein in ride-sharing services
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TRENTON - New Jersey lawmakers are weighing how to regulate popular ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft, which have transformed transportation in cities across the country but left operators of taxis and limousines crying foul over perceived competitive disadvantages.
 
Ex-Roselle, N.J. Mayor Admits To Trying To Cover Up Hit-And-Run
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The former mayor of Roselle, New Jersey admitted Tuesday to making false statements to police, and an insurance company in a bid to cover up a hit-and-run accident.
 
Two New Jersey Men Arrested for Creating Black Ice to Cover Up DWI Crash
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Police said the original driver hoped to blame the crash on the ice and collect insurance for the damage to the vehicle
 
Hurricane Sandy Lawsuit Battle: Homeowners Take On Insurers Claiming 'Secretly' Altered Engineering Reports
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The winter after Hurricane Sandy tore through their Long Beach, New York neighborhood, and filled the streets with thick sand, Deborah Ramey and her husband Robert Kaible tried desperately to reach their flood insurance carrier. They called Wright National Flood Insurance dozens of times. The yellow house they owned and rented to tenants, one block from the ocean, did not look right.
 
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP: November car burglary suspect charged
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An investigation has led to charges against Daniel Kelly, 23, of Maple Avenue, Asbury, who was involved in a car burglary that occurred in the parking lot of the Hopewell Crossing Shopping Center on Nov. 29, 2014, according to Lance D. Maloney, chief of police, Hopewell Township Police Department.
 
School lounge makeover has staff feeling lucky
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She may have not made off with a briefcase full of cash, a new car, and a trip to Aruba, but Colleen Leslie said winning a nationwide contest and netting her colleagues at Apshawa Elementary School in West Milford a chic sanctuary in a bustling hive of 250 students feels pretty amazing in its own right.