Do you need to sign a proof of loss statement if the appraiser and umpire decide the claim amount or just sign the settlement check to close the case?

Answer Signing a Proof of Loss Statement You needn't do either as long as you have given the appraiser full right to negotiate your claim on your behalf. Therefore, when the appraiser signs the appraisal... Read More »

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Just what was the "Baby On Board" sign for Did it help us decide which car not to hit in case of an accident?

I've wondered that for a while. I was out driving a few weeks ago and there was a van that said "Caution - Dogs In Transit" on the side. Now what on earth am I supposed to do with that information?... Read More »

What are possible alternative causes for Chadwicks sign Hegars sign Goodells sign Braxton Hicks or Ballottement?

Ballottement indicates an increase of fluid over the patella at the knee joint - this has more to do with an injury or infection and nothing to do with pregnancy.Braxton Hicks or practice contracti... Read More »

Didn't DOUBLE check both ways at stop sign. Got into accident. Is that running a stop sign?

Yes, even if you did stop, then proceeded and got involved in an accident. Stop means to stop and yield to other traffic until it is safe to enter the intersection. You could be charged with fail... Read More »

What does the minus sign stand for on your bank statement?

A minus on a banking statement is actually a credit to your account. It can be from funds received, a credit issued, or an adjustment made. The minus will offset a plus (which is a charge to your a... Read More »