Own A Home? 4 Situations That Require An Immediate Update To Your Home Insurance Policy

Posted on: 4 July 2019

Owning a home is a big responsibility. One of those responsibilities includes home insurance. Not only does home insurance provide protection for your home, but it also provides protection for you. You might not notice your personal protection until someone sues you for injuries incurred while on your property; then you'll be very happy you have the protection. Unfortunately, you might not realize that your insurance coverage should be updated from time-to-time.
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What Is Business Interruption Insurance And Do You Need It?

Posted on: 27 May 2019

If you own a business, whether it is in your home or somewhere else, have you considered purchasing business interruption coverage on your insurance policy? This type of coverage is very unique and is highly beneficial to have if you ever encounter a time when you need it. Here are a few things to know about business interruption insurance if you own a business of any kind. The effects of a peril
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What Constitutes "High Risk" In The Auto Insurance World

Posted on: 22 April 2019

If you have tried switching auto insurance providers recently, and you were told that you are too "high risk," you may be stunned. There are several reasons why insurance companies may label you as high risk, some of which you may find surprising. The following shows some of the ways in which companies consider you "uninsurable," and why you may need to look at purchasing high-risk insurance.  Lead Foot Syndrome
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3 Reasons To Maintain Life Insurance After 60

Posted on: 25 February 2019

Many consumers think of life insurance policies as a protective measure. These policies are designed to help provide financial help in the event of your death. As your children grow and you pay off your home and car loans, you might be wondering why you need life insurance. The fact of the matter is that a life insurance policy is just as important after age 60 as it is when you first began your career.
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