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  This year, the United States experienced a record number of hurricanes affecting major metropolitan areas, where some of the affects still linger, leaving many vehicles damaged or lost due to the storms. READ MORE >>

1. General Liability Insurance: Every business, even if home-based, needs to have liability insurance.  The policy provides both defense and damages if you, your employees or your products or services cause or are alleged to have caused Bodily Injury or Property Damage to a third party. READ MORE >>

Smart Strategies to Help You Avoid an Apartment Burglary   You may not own your home. But, you still want to feel safe in it. So, what can you as a renter do to make your place more secure? Quite a bit actually. READ MORE >>

                                                  UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS Insuring Your Home   What is homeowner’s insurance? READ MORE >>

  1. You can't be denied coverage if you have a pre-existing condition  Already in effect, this part of the law protects people who suffer from an illness     or disability. People who apply for health insurance coverage can't be denied for t   these reasons. READ MORE >>

                              If you drive, you need auto insurance coverage. But just exactly which type of coverage should you have, and which ones are you required to have? READ MORE >>

     What's an insurance score?  An insurance score is similar to a credit score, but insurance scores use information in your credit file to help determine how likely you are to file an insurance claim. READ MORE >>

          1. Professional liability insurance. Professional liability insurance, also known as errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, covers a business against negligence claims due to harm that results from mistakes or failure to perform. READ MORE >>

1. Surprise! You can reopen a claim after you receive a check from an insurance company.  If your home is damaged by a fire or natural disaster, the homeowners insurance company will send an adjuster to assess the loss. Eventually, you will receive a check to cover the cost of your claim. READ MORE >>


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