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Wednesday, October 13, 2021Homeowners insurance is not negotiable. If you hold a mortgage on your property, the bank will require it. And in any case, you'll want the protection for your family's investment. If the cost of your insurance is causing you anxiety, there are ways to lower it. Try some of these tips to reduce your premium price: READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 4, 2018Your home insurance provider wants to know your roof is safe. The roof protects the entire structure. Likewise, problems with it can mean damage throughout the home. Thus, installing the best roof for your home is important. They can offer a variety of benefits beyond insurance savings. READ MORE >>
Friday, August 12, 2016You've just been in an accident and your car is left totaled — which means that it's not repairable or would cost more to repair than the value of the vehicle. You're not seriously injured; but it still may seem like your world is caving in. After all, you need transportation to get to and from work, along with errands and other needs. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, May 17, 2016You just received documents that indicate a customer is filing a lawsuit against your company. Perhaps he or she slipped and fell while visiting your establishment. On the other hand, he or she may be suing you because a product you offered was defective and led to financial loss for them. READ MORE >>
Saturday, December 29, 2012Auto insurance is meant to protect a person’s financial stability if they’re ever in a motor vehicle accident. Unfortunately, just like any other type of insurance, these claims can be denied. When this occurs, it can leave a driver on the hook for an excessive amount of money. READ MORE >>
Friday, November 9, 2012In World War I, a general said, “A battle plan will never survive the first contact with the enemy.” The same goes for disaster plans. When an earthquake or tornado roars through, the best of plans become mere guidelines for survival. However, good planning can control what happens after the disaster. READ MORE >>