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You Too Could Have Unclaimed Insurance Money

August 5th, 2013

Insurance is one of those life necessities that helps you pay for damages whenever life hands disaster your way. If your home burns down, homeowners insurance can help you rebuild. Insurance can also help you pay your medical bills and recover lost wages in the case of serious injury. With wrongful death claims, a victim’s family can receive money to pay for funeral and other costs related to the accident. Whatever the case, insurance money often comes in handy; but it also commonly gets lost. That means right now, you might have unclaimed insurance money owed to you. Are you curious? If so, keep reading to find out how to claim your unclaimed insurance money.

Man Finds $20,000 in Unclaimed Money

March 27th, 2012

Recently, CashUnclaimed.com helped one man find over $20,000 in unclaimed money. The money was from a car accident over a year ago. He had moved since then, so the insurance company was unable to notify him about this large sum of money he was owed.

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