Shop But Don’t Drop (Your Coverages) – How to Avoid Black Friday Claims

By | Black Friday, Black Friday shopping, Central, Claims, Education, Financial, identity theft, Insurance, Liability, Personal, Prevention, Saving Money, theft losses

Every year, my family and I look forward to our Thanksgiving traditions. We eat Thanksgiving dinner, watch TV, eat more Thanksgiving dinner, and then start making our Black Friday plans. We research all of the big deals, and then start…

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As Your Life Changes, So Should Your Insurance Policy

By | Central, Education, exposure changes, Financial, Home, homeowner policy, homeowners policy, Household Inventory, Insurance, Liability, life event, major life changes, Personal

One of the most exciting times in life is purchasing a new home, whether it’s your first starter home or your final retirement home.  It’s an investment of money, but more importantly, it’s a commitment to family, life, and love. Purchasing the a…

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What You Should Know About Paying Your Premiums On Time

By | automatic payment, Central, Claims, Education, EFT, Financial, homeowners insurance premiums, Insurance, insurance premium, Liability, paying premiums on time, payment timeliness, Personal

We all can struggle with finances from time to time. Unexpected repair bills, medical bills, and the everyday costs of life can really add up, leaving us with hardly any extra for spending. Have you ever had to consider not…

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The Sharing Economy: When New Opportunities Create Insurance Challenges

By | Airbnb, Auto, Central, Education, Financial, Home, Insurance, Liability, Lyft, Personal, personal auto for business use, personal auto insurance, personal auto policy, ride-sharing, sharing economy, Uber, VRBO

The “sharing economy” continues to provide individuals and families with non-traditional ways to rent vacation properties, hitch a ride via a ridesharing service, and even rent vehicles for short-term use. By now most of you are probably somewhat famil…

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