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Tuesday, December 22, 2020No one wants to see any of their insurance rates go up, especially their home insurance. After all, you need this coverage to protect your property. So, you should be able to afford it.
Home insurance premium increases can happen for countless reasons. Sometimes, they occur through no fault of your own. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 15, 2020If you are a business owner, then you probably know that you have to protect your company, employees, clients and others against any risks you might pose them. These liabilities could cost you a lot of money in worst-case scenarios. You therefore must be ready for any eventuality. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 8, 2020Car damage doesn’t just happen because of a wreck. Damage could occur anywhere, even in places that you consider safe. Your garage is one of them. You might think the garage is the safest place for your car, which indeed it is. However, even cars parked in garages aren’t immune from risks. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 1, 2020Companies must take responsibility for employees at all levels of employment. Among the most important to the business is its c-suite and board of directors. They are critical players, but also high liabilities to your company’s success. READ MORE >>
Thursday, November 26, 2020By buying busines insurance, you take a big step to secure your finances and create a strong risk management strategy. After all, you never know when a single incident like a fire or break-in could devastate your business and cost you a fortune.
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Thursday, November 19, 2020Your foundation is truly one of the most important parts of your home. It keeps the property stable and level. Therefore, damaged or deteriorating foundations can make your home quite flimsy and insecure. A damaged foundation can damage all other components of the home.
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Thursday, November 12, 2020All business owners should know how important it is to provide a safe environment for their employees. Still, however safe you might try to make things, there is no guarantee that your business is accident-proof. That’s why in most states, employers must carry workers’ compensation insurance. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 10, 2020A fire can be a devastating household accident no matter what the size or shape of the home you live in. However, if you live in a high-value or even a luxury home, then the loss might be compounded. The good news is that your homeowners insurance is likely to pay for the necessary repairs to enable you to move back home. READ MORE >>
Thursday, November 5, 2020If your car disappears, and you don’t know where it went, then someone might have stolen it. In fact, statistics from the Insurance Information Institute (III) show that roughly 750,000 vehicle thefts occurred in the United States in 2018. That’s a rate of approximately 228 thefts per 100,000 drivers. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Despite the fact that car insurance is required by state law throughout the U.S., insurance companies are well within their rights to deny you coverage based on certain circumstances.
It is not common that a car insurance provider will deny a client, but it does happen. READ MORE >>