Insuring Your Most Cherished Possessions With Personal Property Coverage

Insuring your home is essential to protecting yourself from a devastating financial loss. And while your home is likely your greatest asset, the items in your home—your personal property—are likely your most cherished possessions. Protecting your possessions from loss is both financially and emotionally important. How can you make sure that you have the right […]

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Homeowners Insurance Covers Most Types of Storm Damage

Strong storms can cause a great deal of damage to your home and property. Storm damage can be caused by heavy rain, hail, lightning and wind, and you never know when a damaging storm might hit your neighborhood. Homeowners insurance can help you pay for repairs and lost property—if you have the right coverage. Coverage […]

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Insurance to Value – Homeowners and Dwelling Policies

A question that our customers frequently ask is, “How much insurance do I need on my home?” You should have an amount of insurance that is sufficient to rebuild your home in the event it is totally destroyed by a fire, tornado, hurricane or other insured catastrophe. It’s estimated that about 60 percent of American […]

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Defensive Driving Tips

One of the best ways to stay safe on the road is to practice defensive driving. Basically, this means never assuming that the other drivers on the road are safe. Always be aware and make sure that you are in control of your own destiny. You may be the safest driver out there, but other […]

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Taking a Trip for Spring Break? Consider Vacation Insurance

Whether you are a college student about to embark on a fun spring break adventure, or a family traveling to Disney World for Easter, you might want to look into vacation insurance in order to protect the investment you have made in your spring vacation. Certain types of travel insurance can also help to reimburse […]

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Insuring a New Automobile

Thinking about buying a car over the weekend? How do you get coverage on the new car when your insurance agent’s office is closed? Auto dealers make it very easy to buy a new car these days. New car buyers usually need to provide only an ID card showing proof of liability insurance and off […]

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Building or Remodeling Your Home

Whether you are building a new home or remodeling your current home, there are some important insurance issues to consider. The homeowners insurance policy covering your existing home provides some coverage in these situations, but you may need some changes to your policy or additional policies. If you are building a new home, you will […]

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Deep-Fried Turkeys are Delicious…and Dangerous

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), turkey deep fryer fires cause more than $15 million in property damage every year, plus injuries due to fire or splash burns. The NFPA and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) warn about the fire risk associated with increasingly popular deep-fried Thanksgiving turkeys. Consider these tips from […]

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Hunting Season is Here. Stay Safe and Be Sure You Have the Right Coverage for Your Firearms.

Hunting rifles and other firearms are covered for loss, theft or damage under your homeowners insurance policy, like other types of personal property. A standard homeowners policy typically provides up to $2,500 in coverage for lost, damaged or stolen firearms. If you think that the value of your firearms might exceed this limit, you may […]

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Holiday Parties Can Be Dangerous

The holiday party season is just around the corner. If you are considering hosting a party for customers and other business associates this year, whether at your office or home or in a restaurant or rented facility, you want to be sure the event is not ruined by an insurance or liability issue – and […]

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