Your local independent insurance agent is prepared to create a personalized coverage plan tailored to meet your and your family’s insurance needs. However, it’s important to be prepared with the information they need so they can offer you the right coverages to suit you.
Homeowner insurance is much more than just coverage for your home and other structures. As a consumer, you need to know what your policy covers and protect yourself with enough coverage.
Many tenants do not obtain their own renters insurance. Either they underestimate the value of their personal possessions or they incorrectly assume the landlord’s policy will cover them. In most states, landlords can require renters to have their own insurance, and here are three reasons a landlord should consider doing just that.
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Most people know renters insurance covers belongings. But did you know it covers more than just personal property? Many people erroneously assume they are covered by their landlord’s policy and skip this important protection.
Whether you’re planning a much-anticipated remodeling project or facing repairs to fix damage from a storm, hiring a contractor can be a daunting and nerve-wracking task. While most contractors are trustworthy, some are guilty of taking advantage of vulnerable homeowners – especially when the repairs involve an insurance claim.
Summer. Time to relax and enjoy the fun in your own backyard. But to keep the fun rolling, make sure everyone stays safe and sound.
Growing up, I loved reading the tale of “The Three Little Pigs,” never thinking much of how the story could ever relate to my adult life. As an occupational hazard, I often think now of the second little pig: “How is he going to rebuild his house of sticks that the wolf blew down?”
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The 2020 hurricane season was one of the most active seasons in history, and weather experts predict 2021 will be similar. While hurricanes continue to be among the most catastrophic weather events, the good news is that homeowners have effective and affordable options to help reduce damage.
Protecting yourself and your family is your first priority in the aftermath of a catastrophic event. When your auto, home, business or personal property is damaged or destroyed by a tornado, hail, flood or other destructive event, focus on people first.
As temperatures drop and winter takes hold in many parts of the country, now is a good time to prepare for the winter chill and to be reminded of how to stay safe during spells of cold weather.