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May 6th, 2019 by
Posted: October 4, 2018Ever thought about who else might pay your bills for you? Everything is trucking along, the bank is happy, your fuel bill is paid, mortgage is up to date and something happens... It could be a number of things. A heart attack, stroke or really any kind of illness. It could also be an accident, anything from an auto accident to falling off your roof... Read Article
Posted: November 19, 2012If a friend drives my car, is he or she covered by my policy? Since most insurance coverage is connected directly to the car, if someone else borrows your car occasionally, he or she should be covered under your policy. Yet, your premium is based on both your vehicle and the “primary” driver of that car – you. If someone else starts driving your car... Read Article
Posted: October 29, 2012Frozen pipes not only disrupt daily life, they can also be expensive to repair. Pipes in your home can burst when water expands as it freezes. Combined with expanding water and extreme pressure, pipes do not have the strength to hold in the liquid. Generally pipes that are exposed to outdoor temperatures freeze more readily, such as hose bibs, swimming pool lines and water sprinkler... Read Article
Posted: October 23, 2012Whether you call home, sweet home a rented house, condo or apartment, you can benefit from Renters Insurance... Just because your landlord has coverage doesn’t mean that you do, too. In most cases, your landlord's insurance policy covers only structural damage to the building itself. If the structure goes up in flames, your landlord's coverage would include repairs to the building, but not reimburse you... Read Article