Making sure your boat insurance policy fits your boating needs is the most important first step. After we work together to determine the appropriate coverage for your vessel, there are several additional items to consider that can potentially influence the cost of your boat insurance premium.
September is Mold Awareness Month, designated by the EPA as the time to discover what’s growing in those unseen corners of your basement and/or the damp corners of your guest bath. You may find mold, which left untreated can become very toxic and endanger your family’s health, causing possible damage to lungs, sinuses and overall well-being.
Even if you don’t know what Pokémon Go is, you’ve probably already seen it in action as there are few places immune from hordes of players scouring the neighborhood, smartphones in hand, hoping to “Catch ‘Em All”, unfortunately some of them are also into signposts, sewer grates and even each other—not to mention even more serious issues.
If you rent your home chances are, you need Renters’ Insurance! Several recent studies have indicated that only a third of all tenants have renters’ insurance. Respondents to these surveys often indicate that they believe that the coverage is too expensive or that the coverage is provided by the landlord. Yet both of these assumptions are incorrect.
With peak hurricane season upon us, it’s time to pull out your homeowners insurance policy to check if you have a hurricane or windstorm deductible, and make sure you understand how it works in the event you have to file an insurance claim.
There are thousands of recreational boating accidents per year. To prevent boating accidents, we offer these safety suggestions. 1. Check weather forecasts before heading out…
Here are the five biggest auto, home, flood and renters insurance mistakes consumers can make, along with suggestions to avert those pitfalls while still saving money: