Is Your Vehicle Burglar Repellant?

Is Your Vehicle Burglar Repellant? Every 45 seconds, a motor vehicle is stolen in the United States, according to reporting from the Insurance Information Institute. What can you do to protect your car from becoming part of this statistic? Use the following tips to make your car less appealing and more secure. These precautions can prevent crime as well as keep your auto insurance premiums... Read Article

Animal Invasion: Are You Covered?

Animal Invasion: Are you covered? Your dog ate your couch. Birds destroyed your gutter. A family of racoons overran your garage. Will your homeowners insurance cover these animal invasions? Yes and no. Here’s the scoop: Infestation: If your home suffers damage at the hands (or legs) of insects, rodents, or vermin, the cost probably won’t be covered by your homeowners insurance. Whatever damage these unwanted... Read Article

Need Business Insurance? Ask These Questions

Need Business Insurance? Ask These Questions First You own a small business. You know you need insurance. But what specific coverage do you need?  Before you buy insurance, you must ask yourself several key questions to determine the exact coverage your company requires. The answers to these questions will help guide your conversation with your insurance agent to create the ideal insurance portfolio for your... Read Article

Home Insurance Claim: What To Expect

Pests on the Prowl: Protect Your Car from Wildlife When you consider potential sources of damage to your car, what comes to mind? Most people think of fender benders, major accidents, and natural disasters. There’s another category that many vehicle owners overlook: wildlife. Did you know animals can cause serious damage to your car? This goes beyond a deer jumping in front of your vehicle... Read Article

Working From Home Tips

INSURANCE Identity Theft: It Happens to Businesses, Too In 2017, there were 10,000 cases of business identity theft in the United States. Credit agency Experian reports small and midsize businesses in North America are losing up to $1 billion a year to these imposters. Crimes include tax fraud, credit card use, and website ransom. Is your business protected? Too often, smaller businesses are targets for... Read Article