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Getting your House Ready for Winter

The chill in the air tells you it’s time to pull out the heavy clothes and brave the falling temperatures. That chill should also tell you […]

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Caution: The Car You Want to Buy May Have Been Flooded

A car that has survived a flood can be a major repair waiting to happen. Water, particularly salt water, can have major effects on a car, […]

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A Home-Based Business is not Covered under HO Insurance

With recent advances in both technology and the internet, even more people are running home-based businesses, full-time or part-time. But will your homeowner’s policy cover the […]

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Take Steps To Protect Your Information From Cyber Criminals

A woman learns about a possible security hole in her internet browser. She does a search to find out more about it and lands on a […]

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Obeying Laws And Staying Safe In A Personal Watercraft

A personal watercraft is about 10 feet in length and although this may seem small, a PWC comes with a large amount of responsibility. This small […]

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Do you have a Home Inventory? Know Your Stuff®!

The Insurance Information Institute, which is the leading independent insurance research and education organization, created an award winning app to keep track of everything in your […]

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Why are my insurance premiums increasing?

Why did my car insurance premium go up? It’s likely your car insurance renewal will sometimes increase even if you haven’t had tickets or accidents. Rates […]

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In a Social Media World, Are You Covered for Libel?

It is widely thought that a homeowner’s insurance policy covers only incidents that physically occur in the home, which is partially correct. In fact, coverage can […]

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Realtor Alert: Selling a Home with Flood Damage?

Selling a home with Superstorm Sandy or other flood damage? Here is important information for your seller and buyer. From our claim case file… We recently […]

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Important Things to Know About Wind Deductibles

Hurricane deductibles are not new. The first hurricane deductibles were introduced into policies over 20 years ago. In order to be able to continue getting reinsurance […]

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Force-Placed Insurance and What it Means for Homeowners?

Mortgage lenders require borrowers to carry insurance on their properties. They do this so they will be repaid if fire, windstorm or some other disaster damages […]

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After the Flood: Drying Out Your House

If flood or storm water has entered your home, dry it out as soon as possible. Follow these steps: If you have electricity and an electrician […]

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