11 October 2016
In the fall, many people take to the road simply to enjoy the autumn leaves and cooler weather. As your insurance agent will tell you, driving in the fall poses some challenges that are not present in the summertime. When you are out driving this season, you need to take special precautions to avoid auto accidents. Deer In many states, fall brings the opening of deer hunting season. As a result, the deer become skittish and often run into the road, or they wander in search of food down from higher elevations and into areas more densely populated by humans, causing many vehicle accidents.
27 September 2016
How do police officers stop some drivers but not others even if all of them are speeding? You may be wondering about this question if you have been singled out from a group of speeding cars. Well, wonder no more; the following are some of the reasons you may be "targeted" even if other nearby cars are also breaking the speed limit. Weaving Through Lanes Weaving through lanes is likely to get you stopped for several reasons.
19 September 2016
A career in insurance can be an extremely rewarding and fulfilling way to earn a living. However, if you have only recently started considering pursuing this type of a job, you may not be very informed about the process of becoming an insurance agent. To this end, learning the following information about entering this field will help you to better evaluate this career option. What Is Required To Become An Insurance Agent?
7 September 2016
Keeping coverage on your property at all times is the key to avoiding a financial disaster. It could be devastating to your financial well-being if you suffer any damage to your property. However, having the right amount of home insurance in place can help you avoid dealing with this situation entirely. The cost of insurance can be high, but knowing effective tips for keeping it down is ideal. Install smoke detectors
23 August 2016
Owning a second home is a goal for many Americans. Whether it's a vacation home or a rental property, many find that a second home is a good investment. Around 6% of households in the US own a second home and that number continues to grow. While second homes can be a great investment and generate income, there are also plenty of costs involved. One potential cost is homeowners insurance. Here are three things that homeowners should keep in mind when insuring their second home.
17 August 2016
When setting up your auto insurance policy, your insurer is going to want to know about anyone living in your household with a license who is allowed to drive your vehicle. Even though you have to name everyone who is in your household with a license, you can exclude some of them from your policy by naming them as an excluded driver. The question is – how will this affect things?
1 August 2016
Your homeowner's insurance policy isn't something that you should get when you purchase the home, and then never look at or change. Not only do you need to make sure that you are always looking at what your plan covers, but you should also shop around for competitive rates. Here are a few things you may not know you need to add to your homeowner's insurance policy. Bringing Home a Pet
20 July 2016
If you're young and in good health, you're lucky: you may be able to get an excellent price on life insurance if you play your cards right. But although some risk factors, like chronic illness, can raise your premiums, some of your lifestyle choices may do so as well. In addition to shopping around, you can also take these four steps to make sure you don't overpay on life insurance premiums.
6 June 2016
If you've had a fire in your home and are currently fighting with your homeowner's insurance about what they will pay, you'll want to hire a public adjuster. A public adjuster is someone who works independently and helps people like you through the quagmire of the entire insurance claim process. Here's what you need to know. Assessments of an Insurance Adjuster vs. a Public Adjuster The adjuster who came to your home to assess the fire damage for your homeowner's insurance company?
18 May 2016
Are you currently shopping for a new car? Have you thought about the insurance you'll get after you've bought the vehicle? When you own a vehicle, insurance can be a major expense. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make the cost of insurance slightly lower for yourself. Here are some tips to getting the lowest possible auto insurance rate: Shop around: Your parents may be loyal to a particular auto insurance company, but that won't guarantee you a good rate.