Last hug for Ruby, sweet girl who has already lost so much will lose her life today

Quick Guide to An Insurance Claim
Before anything else, we first have to understand what an insurance claim is. This way we can better appreciate the whole procedure and it simply becomes easy to go through because we already know what to do step by step, in relation to the whole process.

A claim is when you ask the insurance company to compensate you for damages you have sustained after a car accident, or when you ask the insurance company to represent you or intervene on your behalf when you are liable for damages.
You pay a lot of money for your car insurance, so it makes sense that if you are involved in an accident, you will want to make a claim. Depending on whether the accident is responsible, or not responsible, and the type of damage, your insurance company will be able to provide coverage based on the kind of car insurance coverage you have.
Claims can be paid from the comprehensive coverage, collision coverage, or any of the minimum car insurance requirement sections, such as liability. Claims may also be paid from multiple sections of your policy depending on the circumstances of your car crash.
If you are wondering whether your collision claims process will be more difficult to bear than the accident itself, the good news is that filing a claim is usually fairly simple. By following a systematic approach and carefully recording what has happened, you can gather all of the information you need. The following guidelines will help you ensure the process goes smoothly.
ON THE ACCIDENT SCENE
One of the best ways to speed up the entire claims process is to get off to the right start, and that begins at the accident scene itself. The more good information and evidence you can collect there, the better.
Here's what to get:
Personal Data: Try to get basic personal information from everyone at the scene. That includes all other drivers, passengers, and bystanders. Get their names, phone numbers, and home and email addresses. Anything that will make it easier to find them later. If you have time, take some notes about what each witness saw and heard. Pass all of this information along to your claims adjuster, but be sure to keep copies for yourself.
Insurance Information: This is particularly important. Make sure to exchange insurance information with the drivers of all vehicles involved in the accident. It's probably going to be the first thing your adjuster asks you for.
Pictures: Take a bunch of photos of the accident scene. If you can get pictures before the vehicles are moved out of the way, great, but don't create a dangerous situation just to take them. Definitely take photos of all damages to your car, every other vehicle involved, and anything else. Take a few pictures of the accident location as well. A few different angles are always helpful. Take pictures of the parties involved and all witnesses, if you can. And, finally, take photos of each party's insurance card.
Law Enforcement: Always call the police after an accident. They may or may not be able to respond, but it's always worth a try. When they arrive, make sure to get the officers' names. They will gather their own information and take interviews for their report, and instruct you on how to obtain a copy the report once it is written up. Hold onto whatever paperwork they give you and pass on copies to your adjuster.
Contact Your Insurer ASAP
I'm sure you've heard the saying, "most crimes are solved in the first 48 hours after the incident." That's because the crime scene remains intact and the details are still fresh in the minds of the witnesses. It's kind of like that with an auto accident. We're not talking about a crime here (I hope), but the idea still works. The sooner you contact your insurer, the easier it will be for them to make the inquiries they need to get the most accurate data. It's not a bad idea to call them from the scene of the accident, if possible.
Be Cooperative and Prompt
Most small accidents are relatively simple for your adjuster to handle. He or she has done them hundreds of times over. That doesn't mean that a claim can't be held up by some missing piece of evidence or information.
If your adjuster calls you and leaves a message to call him or her back, do it as soon as you can. Good communication between insurer and claimant is vital. Plus, it's hard to complain about slow processing if you're the one holding it up.
Be Honest
This rule seems obvious, but not everyone follows it. It's human to want to avoid pain, and admitting that you are at fault for your accident can be pretty painful. But if you are at fault, don't try to get out of it by lying. First of all, insurance adjusters have a lot of experience with accidents and fibbers.
They're really good about figuring out what actually happened and that can be pretty bad for you if you are less than forthcoming with the facts. Remember "Double Indemnity"? Insurance fraud is frowned upon and could cost you a lot more money than the premium increase you'll likely get by admitting fault.
And if you're looking for a speedy conclusion to the claims process, being dishonest will surely slow it down, and sometimes bring it to a crashing halt.

DEAR GOD, WILL THIS BE MY LAST HUG? - OR WILL SOMEONE WHO LOVES OLDER GIRLS, SAVE ME BEFORE ITS TOO LATE?...

Owner Surrender Reason: Owner’s mother is not allowed to have dogs in her apartment.

Imagine losing everything you have ever known your entire life - I cant! Somehow she embraces what has been dealt to her. There are no strangers in Ruby's world, only friends to be hugged.

She could be eating at the other side of her 2 kennels and she will run to the other side if she sees a person at her door. She's drawn in everyone and everyone is drawn to her incredibly affectionate nature.

Sadly, this sweet senior girl who has already lost so much will lose her life because she has bladder stones that will require immediate follow up.

NOT RESERVED - RUBY WILL BE KILLED SHORTLY AT NYCACC IN MANHATTAN, NY

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) at (212) 788-4000
Ask for information about animal ID number RUBY, ID# 42995

Shelter contact information:
Phone number (212) 788-4000 (automated only)
Email adoption@nycacc.org
Addresses:
Manhattan Shelter: 326 East 110 St. New York, NY 10029
3 Forms of Insurance All American Adults Should Have

There are so many different types of insurance available to Americans that it can be overwhelming. Whole life, disability, longevity ins, mortgage protection, pet ins, cell phone ins, but there are really three specific types of insurance that almost all adults need.

Renters / Home Insurance:

Renters or Home Policies are very similar forms of insurance. Both generally cover you for liability, personal property, and loss of use. Home Ins. additionally covers the structure when you own it. The moment that you are free and clear of your parents insurance policy, perhaps when you graduate from College or High School, "You Should Purchase a Renters Insurance Policy."

A small amount of coverage for your personal property is helpful, but really its the liability insurance that you want and need. Liability insurance can helpful for various situations that you can find yourself in.

Add in a personal injury endorsement to expand the liability protection.

Health Insurance:

American Health Insurance may be overpriced, but it is a right and necessary product when compared with the alternative = no health insurance. Not having any health insurance can have a devastating change on anyone's personal net worth. Ignore health insurance at your own peril.

All Americans really should either get private health insurance. health insurance through their employer, or Medicaid or Medicare through the government.

Consider all the various coverage options when you shop for health insurance.

Auto Coverage:

Auto insurance is insurance for your automobile and you the driver. It is pretty difficult to be allowed to buy a car without auto insurance these days. However when transacted through third parties it can happen. This is a big mistake, not only is it generally illegal not to have insurance on an auto of a certain state determined minimum standard, but it can also be financially ruinous not to carry auto insurance at all times. Don't skip the insurance for even one day.

Young Adults should either be on their parents auto insurance or their own. Knowing when to split off onto your own policy can be complicated. However once you are out of the house, have the title in your name, its usually time to get the insurance policy entirely in your own name.

For folks that do not own a car, consider purchasing Non Owner Auto Insurance. Non owner auto insurance allows you to have car coverage when you drive someone else's car. People that use other peoples cars or rent cars or have some savings should consider this.

Consider purchasing the highest amount of uninsured motorist coverage that you can afford.

The Three Big Ins Forms Americans Truly Need:

There you have it, three insurance forms that all americans really should buy. Yes there are all sorts of useful insurance policies that many consumers should consider such as term life, short and long term disability ins, and earthquake ins - but many of those are not truly for everyone. These three can really are for all adults.

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