Tag: Miami

Dimmitt Insurance Sponsors Charity Works Golf Tournament

On the weekend of November 12th, The Morton Plant Hospital celebrated 100 years of service to the community. Guests participated in a Friday night kickoff party, Saturday Gala and Sunday brunch. All proceeds from the weekend benefited the Morton Plant Hospital. Dimmitt Insurance is proud to support the Morton Plant Hospital. The Morton Plant Hospital was first opened in 1916 with 20 hospital beds. Today they have...

Flood Insurance

Flood Insurance What is Flood Insurance? Flood insurance covers damage caused by rising water. Floods can happen anywhere, anytime–not just in coastal areas or near lakes and rivers. Torrential rain, snowmelt, mudslides, dam failures and inadequate drainage systems can all cause flood losses. There are two types of flood policies: Preferred and Standard. The flood hazard zone you live in determines the type of policy...

Agreed Value vs. Stated Value for High Lux Vehicles

Since 1924, the company where I’m employed has been providing service for individuals to purchase and maintain their luxury vehicles. As the on-site Risk Manager/Insurance Agent for the Clearwater campus, I have uncovered a serious gap in most of my client’s auto insurance that can have detrimental consequences in the event of a serious claim. Actual Cash Value Actual Cash Value is the process your...

Congrats on Obtaining Your First Supercar. Now What?

The most fascinating part of my workday is having the chance to see car enthusiasts shop for and purchase their ultimate driving machine. From rare exotics to street legal 600 horsepower Supercars, my dealership has a wide variety of vehicles to perk anyone’s interest. Something that I discovered recently was how some of our clients who purchased their first high-luxury (or High-Lux as they say...

Do I Need Flood Insurance?

The short answer is yes! Whether or not you live in a high risk flood zone, you are taking a tremendous risk with your home and financial security by not obtaining flood insurance. With very few exceptions, homeowners’ insurance does not provide coverage for damage caused by a flood. While the image of a river overflowing its banks often comes to mind when defining a...