Are You Taking Full Advantage of Your Premium Discounts?

By | Auto, auto insurance, Central, claims-free discount, coverage, discounts, Financial, Home, homeowners insurance, Insurance, loyalty discount, package discount, Personal, premium, premium discounts, Prevention, protective devices, save, save money, saving, Saving Money

As I’ve mentioned before, it’s hard to watch any sort of television program without seeing an insurance advertisement at some point. I also have already expressed my views on the commercials that attempt to be cute, so we won’t go there….

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Don’t Take Any Chances: Properly Insure Your Valuables!

By | Central, Employees, Financial, homeowners insurance, homeowners policy, inland marine policy, Insurance, Personal, personal jewelry, personal property coverage, scheduled coverage, scheduled personal property policy, Umbrella

Were you one of the lucky individuals who received jewelry as a gift this past holiday season? Or perhaps you received something special for Valentine’s Day? In either case, here’s the important question that you need to ask yourself: “Did…

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The Next Catastrophic Flood Could Be Coming For You

By | Central, Claims, flood, flood exposure, flood insurance, flood policy, Home, homeowners insurance, homeowners policy, Insurance, Liability, National Flood Insurance Program, Personal, Personal Flood Coverage, Prevention, Weather

Rain, rain, go away! At least that is what most of us are thinking after a few months, or in some cases, years of heavier-than-normal rainfalls. The U.S. has experienced flooding in areas that haven’t been affected for hundreds of…

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6 Tips for Preventing Water Damage from Appliances

By | appliances, Claims, dishwasher maintenance, Education, Home, homeowners insurance, homeowners policy, hot water heater, Insurance, Personal, Prevention, water damage, water leak

Did you know that washing machines are one of the main sources of water damage to homes?  Others that top the list include hot water heaters and dishwashers. Fortunately, there are a few easy and inexpensive steps you can take help to…

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Your Tree Fell in Your Yard – Are You Covered?

By | Central, Claims, fallen tree, Home, homeowners insurance, homeowners policy, Insurance, Personal, Saving Money, tree damage, tree damage property damage, tree removal, Weather

  The past few months have been devastating for much of the country due to Hurricanes Florence and Michael causing a catastrophic amount of damage, especially in the southeast. There have been homes destroyed, businesses closed, and families displ…

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Don’t Scoot Yourself Out of Insurance Coverage

By | Auto, Bird, Central, Claims, dockless electric scooters, Education, electric scooter, Home, homeowners insurance, Insurance, Liability, Lime, Personal, personal auto policy, Personal Insurance, personal liability coverage

Fleets of dockless electric scooters made by companies such as Bird and Lime have sprouted up in a number of urban areas throughout the country. Bird advertises on their website that they now offer their service in over 100 cities…

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Not All Home Insurance Lives Under One Roof

By | add-ons, Central, Claims, Education, equipment breakdown, flood insurance, Home, home insurance, homeowner policy, homeowners insurance, Insurance, Personal, Personal Cyber Protection, Prevention, Risk Management, utility line coverage

While much of the insurance industry is attempting to commoditize insurance protection with cute commercials and a focus on price – rather than coverage and claims service – Central has taken the opposite approach and continues to offer innovative solu…

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Diminish the Damage of Hurricane Season

By | disaster plan, disaster preparedness, flood insurance, flood zone, Home, homeowners insurance, Household Inventory, hurricane season, Insurance, National Flood Insurance Program, Personal, Prevention, Risk Management, Weather

The start of summer also means the start of hurricane season, running from June 1st through November 30th.  Meteorologists love to make predictions about how many hurricanes will make landfall and their potential severity.  Unless you live in a high-ri…

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