By Grant Ostir
Even if you don’t consider yourself someone who leads a risky lifestyle, there’s a chance that experts might disagree.
If you rock climb, scuba dive, travel to dangerous places for work or even drive long distances (compared to the average person), you’re considered a higher-risk individual.
And with this lifestyle comes a unique set of risk management and insurance needs. Here are some tips to figure out what coverage you should consider.
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