Lee is a content writer and editor at QuoteWizard. He makes a living turning complex concepts into simple sentences and digestible content. At QuoteWizard, he writes articles across the insurance spectrum with a particular focus on consumer-facing Auto and Home content. His insurance articles range from nitty gritty-policy details and buyers guides to industry-wide trends and data analysis. His work has appeared in GeekWire, Entrepreneur, and the DailyMail, as well as several mentions on local news stations across the country. Lee graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Political Science.
Articles By LeeHow an Allstate Agent Used QuoteWizards Leads and Calls to Build the Nation's Top Agency
Matt Rudolph is an Allstate agent from Columbus, Ohio. His impressive catalog of honors includes Allstate's Honor Ring, Inner Circle Elite, and Circle of Champions awards.Car Insurance Coverage Basics: Explanations and Definitions
Learning about auto insurance basics can help you choose the right car insurance coverage for you and your family.What is No-Fault Car Insurance and how does it work?
Learn more about no-fault car insurance including which states have it, what it covers, and how it restricts the right to sue.Is Auto Insurance Tax Deductible?
When you’re filing taxes, it’s natural to try to deduct as many expenses as possible. Does car insurance qualify?What to Do If Your Car Insurance Is Canceled for Nonpayment
Your car insurance company can cancel your policy if you miss a payment. Find out what to do in case of a cancellation.Why Is My Car Insurance So Expensive?
Here’s why your car insurance is so high and what you can do to lower your rates.How Long do Accidents Affect Car Insurance Rates
After a car accident, many drivers suffer from rising insurance rates. Whether or not and how long your insurance costs go up depends on several factors.How Long Does a DUI or DWI Stay on Your Driving Record?
In most states, a DUI or DWI stays on your driving record for five to 10 years. Find out how long each of these drunk driving offenses stays on your driver's license in your state.Totaled Cars: What Happens When Your Insurance Company Declares Your Car a Total Loss
If the cost to repair your car is close to its value, the insurance company may deem it to be a total loss. Here's what you need to know to make the best out of a totaled car.What to do About a Car Insurance Cancellation
Your car insurance company can drop you by either refusing to renew or canceling your policy. Find out what to do in this situation.Stoned Driving: Marijuana DUIs Leave Lawmakers Dazed & Confused
The legal issues surrounding marijuana laws, driving, and car insurance are enough to leave you dazed and confused.The Cost of Teen Car Insurance
Car insurance for teens is expensive. Here's what it costs, plus why it costs so much and how you can lower your rates.Should I Pay for a Minor Car Accident out of Pocket?
Sometimes filing a claim with your car insurance company isn’t in your best interest. This is especially true when you're involved in a minor fender bender. Read on to find when it makes sense to file a claim and when it doesn't.Cost Benefit of Hiring a DUI Lawyer
A good attorney is expensive, but a DUI is much more expensive. We did the math to find out whether or not hiring a DUI lawyer is a good investment. Spoiler alert: it is.How to Estimate the Cost of Car Insurance
How much should you pay for insurance? It's an age-old question. We'll teach you how to estimate your car insurance cost so you don't pay too much.The Cost Benefit of Defensive Driving Courses
Taking a defensive driving class is a smart way to save money on your car insurance premium.Best Home and Auto Insurance Companies for Bundling
Bundling car and home insurance with one company is an easy way to get a discount on your premiums. Here are the best home and auto insurance bundles.How to Calculate Your Home's Replacement Cost Value
Establishing an accurate replacement cost for your home is vital. But it's a tricky process. Fortunately, there are several routes you can take to ensure you're properly covered.How Your Roof Impacts Your Homeowners Insurance
Your roof is a vital factor in the cost of your homeowners insurance. Properly installing and maintaining a roof with the right materials can keep your policy price reasonable.When to Hire a Lawyer to Improve Your Home Insurance Claim Settlement
If you filed a homeowners insurance claim and weren't satisfied with your insurance company's decisions, you can fight back. You have several options, including hiring a lawyer to improve your settlement.Why is Homeowners Insurance So Expensive?
Homeowners insurance rates across the country are rising fast. Find out why, and what you can do to avoid a higher home insurance premium.How Your Location Affects Home Insurance Rates
Where you live, including your home's zip code, is a defining factor when it comes to how much you pay for homeowners insurance.Renters Insurance for Pet Owners
If you own a pet and rent your home, you need renters insurance. Even the nicest pets can cause an expensive accident. Renters insurance protects your liability from pet accidents, and it's very affordable.College Students and Renters Insurance
Whether you live on campus or off, you're going to want to protect your stuff from fire, thieves, vandalism, and more. Renters insurance is the solution.11 Things to Consider Before You Buy Cancer Insurance
Find out whether cancer insurance makes sense for you and which companies sell it. You'll also learn how to avoid the pitfalls of cancer health insurance policies.Your Guide to Alternative Medicine and Health Insurance
Many patients want alternative health care, but getting insurance coverage can be tough. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of your health insurance.Health Insurance and Infertility Treatment Coverage
You're mostly out of luck if you get health coverage through the federal marketplace, Medicare, or Medicaid. If you get it through an employer, though, it may just help you pay for this often-pricey medical care.When Does it Make Sense to Get a Medicare Supplement Plan?
Medicare doesn't cover everything. Medicare Supplement plans provide extra coverage and fill Medicare's gaps. But they're not necessary for everyone. Find out whether or not you need a Medicare Supplement plan.13 Reasons to Review and Update Your Insurance Every Year
It's easy to forget to update your insurance plans when things change. But if you don't, you might overspend or miss out on valuable coverage.Nashville Rate Study
Nashville is known as the 'city of music,' and their car insurance rates have drivers singing the blues – especially women with spotty driving records. If you live in Nashville, brace yourself:Do You Tip Uber and Lyft Drivers?
Should you tip your Uber or Lyft driver? Almost certainly. Find out why tipping rideshare drivers is more important than everCar Insurance in Washington State Is Getting More Expensive
Car insurance rates in the Evergreen state are climbing. Washington, home to apple orchards, Boeing, rain and Microsoft, is also home to growing car insurance premiums.Best and Worst Drivers in Texas
Texas, known as the Lone Star State, is the second most populous state in America. With nearly eight and a half million vehicles registered in Texas, it's also the state with the second most cars.Comprehensive Insurance Guide for Seniors
Insurance – especially health – is vital for every senior. But there's a lot to consider. What kind of plan do you need? How much coverage should you have? We'll tell you everything seniors need to know about every kind of insurance.Filing an Insurance Claim After a Natural Disaster
Suffering a natural disaster is one of the toughest things many people will ever experience. Navigating the complexities of insurance during a disaster is a tall task. But there's a lot you need to know about filing a claim in the wake of a disaster.2017's Best and Worst Drivers by State
From non-existent turn signals to an inability to grasp the zipper merge, many drivers‘ skills behind the wheel leave a lot to be desired. Every person seems to think their hometown has terrible drivers. At the same time, it's never a surprise when you're cut off by a car with an out-of-state license plate. Big picture, it might be a good rule of thumb to just assume every other person on the road is a bad driver.Self-Driving Cars Will Make Owning a Car Unnecessary
Relying solely on ridesharing to get around doesn't currently make financial sense. But the advancement of autonomous driving technology could make owning a car unnecessary.The Nation's Best and Worst Drivers by City for 2018
Summer, the busiest driving season of the year, is upon us. Roads across America are packed with sightseers, road-trippers, commuters, and everyone in between. That unfortunately also means that roads are more dangerous than usual. Why? An increase in total drivers is also an increase in bad drivers – more in some metro areas than others.Back to School: Insurance for College Students
Your insurance options change as you grow up and head off to school. Make sure you have adequate health, auto, and home or renters insurance.Root Car Insurance Review: Competitive Pricing for Good Drivers
Root car insurance offers up to 52% lower premiums for good drivers. Get a quote after a 2-3 weeks test drive.