We don’t always want to be serious and beat a dead horse about how much we want you to have the right insurance policies and always keep them updated!
We also like fun stuff – we promise! Check-out these super silly insurance-related facts we found on the wonderful internet – some of them might be worth your time to explore further. The stories that go along with the facts a quite interesting and entertaining!
The Padres have signed the same handicapped ball player 20 years in row so he doesn’t lose his health insurance. San Diego has signed former left-hander Matt LaChappa to a minor league deal each year since 1996, when LaChappa suffered a heart attack while warming up in the bullpen for a Class-A game.
Top and bottom. Ugly Betty star America Ferrera had had her teeth insured by her sponsor, Aquafresh, for $10,000,000 while Jennifer Lo has insured her butt for $27,000,000.
A French man, Max Herve-George, has an insurance policy that lets him trade stocks based on last week’s prices. It has been called the stupidest contract ever signed, and may end up with him owning the insurance company.
Dolly Parton first insured her famous 40DD breasts in the 1970’s for the then princely sum of $ 600,000.
The Apollo Astronauts, unable to qualify for life insurance and not insured by NASA, resorted to ‘insurance autographs’, signing just before launch in the expectation that the value would skyrocket in the event of their deaths.
Hiding behind teeth lies the tongue, and Gene Simmons, bassist for 70’s band, Kiss, once insured his for $1,000,000.
Iran eliminated its kidney transplant waiting list by incentivizing unrelated donors with financial compensation and health insurance.
Coffee taster Gennaro Pelliccia has had his taste buds insured for $10 million by employer Costa Coffee.
Amish refuse to pay the premium or accept the benefits of social security.
No insurance company will underwrite Jackie Chan’s productions.
Hawaii has required employers to pay health insurance benefits to employees who work 20 hours or more per week since 1975.
“Lord of the Dance” Michael Flatley insured his legs for $40 million.
Japanese life insurance will pay, even if you commit suicide. One of many reasons for the high suicide rate in Japan.