Category: General Insurance

More Cars On The Road Than Ever Before

If there's only one fact of life in the U.S. that's abundantly clear, it's the following: Americans love their cars. The most recent evidence of this is just how many automobiles are registered nationwide. According to global information services company Experian, there were nearly 248 million cars and light trucks on the road in the second quarter of 2013, the latest period for which data... Read Article

Contractor Selection Key To Successful Construction Project

If your family or business is planning a construction project in 2014, you can help assure your project’s success by selecting a qualified general contractor. Business owners and homeowners can mitigate construction risks by asking a lot of questions up front and weighing several factors before hiring a contractor. Keep in mind that a building contractor needs to be a business owner first and a... Read Article

Insurance Tips for Back-to-School Time

College is expensive enough without finding out too late that an accident or theft isn’t covered under your current policies. So, as you get your children ready to head off to school in the fall, there’s one vital “to-do” to add to your list (other than writing that tuition check): a review of your insurance coverage. It's important to keep in mind that policy language... Read Article

Don’t Get Into a Storage War; Make Sure Your Storage Unit Is Properly Insured

Homeowners Insurance May Provide Off-premises Protection, But Policy Limits Differ Whether you are downsizing to a smaller home, safeguarding heirlooms after a death in the family or just cannot let go of those old mementos, storage units can provide a useful solution for dealing with extra belongings. While storage units may be the answer to de-cluttering your home, adequate insurance coverage is the answer to... Read Article

Maximize Your Insurance Dollars While Avoiding Five Common Insurance Mistakes

Facing higher tax rates, sluggish job growth and a faltering economy, consumers are reevaluating the way they spend their money. There are many smart ways to save on homeowners and auto insurance, but making the wrong choices can result in being dangerously underinsured. “There are simple steps you can take to cut the cost of your home and auto insurance while continuing to be financially... Read Article