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Safeguard Your Property During the Holidays
Posted: November 1, 2021
The holidays are a time for celebration and getting together with family and friends. They can also mean a greater risk for your property if you are hosting parties or traveling away from home to other holiday celebrations. This is where your homeowners insurance policy comes in. Common Holiday Homeowners Insurance Claims Your homeowners policy will likely cover a range of holiday-related losses, including the...
Do I Need Insurance for Undeveloped Property?
Posted: June 16, 2021
If you own undeveloped property, does it need to be protected with a separate insurance policy? The personal insurance section of your homeowners policy may cover vacant land up to a specific limit. If a lawsuit is filed against you for personal injury on the property, the policy limit may be too low. Personal insurance can be purchased separately or is one section of your...
Beginner’s Guide to Personal Umbrella Insurance
Posted: April 16, 2021
Personal umbrella insurance serves an essential purpose, as it provides liability protection above and beyond the policy limits on your vehicle, home, or boat. Every insurance policy has limits, and personal umbrella insurance kicks in once you have exceeded those limits, expanding your protection if a claim or lawsuit is filed against you. Should I Have Personal Umbrella Insurance? One of the vital protections provided...
When to File a Homeowners Insurance Claim
Posted: March 16, 2021
A home is a major investment, and home insurance is designed to protect it. We pay premiums in exchange for coverage, so the natural inclination is to file a claim when a covered loss occurs. The reality is not so clear cut. Filing a claim under the wrong circumstances can affect your premiums and your finances adversely in the future. It is important to know...