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Don't Cheat On Home Insurance

Did you know that more than half of the homes in the United States are uninsured? When you are covered with the right home insurance, you can feel confident knowing your property is fully protected if a disaster occurs. The responsibility of insuring your personal property lies with YOU. It doesn’t matter the type of home, you must have insurance to protect your assets. Living...

Back to school safety: Family Driving Contracts

As things continue to move into the new normal, schools will be brimming with students again. That means teens will be behind the wheel. Making sure they understand the rules of the road and commit to exercising safe driving habits will give them (and you) peace of mind and help them become responsible drivers. With so many types of drivers on the road, teen drivers...

Back to School Safety: Sharing the Road with a School Bus

With schools starting all over the country, school buses will be filled with students transitioning back to in-person education. As one of the most reliable and safest modes of transportation, parents feel confident their students will reach their intended destination both ways. While school bus drivers practice all the rules of safety, there are a number of scenarios they face. Drivers who don’t know, or...

Importance of Flood Insurance - Even If You're Not In a Flood Zone

Flood insurance – most people think it just applies to areas that are deemed a flood zone. Recent history has shown us that you don’t have to live in a flood zone to get flooded out. A strong thunderstorm can cause immense water damage even if you’re nowhere near a lake. If you aren’t required to have a policy, it’s not a bad idea to...

Hurricane Season is Here. Do You Have the Right Insurance?

Hurricane season started just days ago in Florida and runs for the next five months. According to a recent article published in the Miami Herald, weather forecasters predict between 13 and 20 named hurricanes with three to five of those being Category 3 or higher. Floridians understand that experiencing a hurricane is not a matter of if, but when. If you have let your hurricane insurance...