Category: Personal Insurance

Please Don’t Be In This Group-Few Americans Scrutinize Insurance Policies Before Buying

Despite the many resources consumers have at their disposal to research homeowners insurance policies - not to mention renters, auto and other forms of coverage - few take advantage of these opportunities to learn more about the policies they're buying, according to new polling data. The survey, which was commissioned by the trade association Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America, found that nearly 40%... Read Article

When Engagement Rings Go Missing

With Valentine's Day now in the rearview mirror, it was right around this time that many lovebirds popped the big question to their main squeeze: Will you marry me? Hopefully, that answer was yes, and a joyous celebration ensued over the start of a long lasting life together, enjoying the beauty of a new engagement ring. But with the big day - the wedding ceremony... Read Article

The Importance Of Personal Umbrella Insurance

Property that is exempt from paying a judgment or debt in Minnesota is very limited then most know! (For complete details please visit Minnesota Exempt Property and or seek legal advice). Your home value is only exempt up to value of $390,000.  Any amount above the $390,000 amount is fair game to collect.  If you thought you could keep your home in a pending judgment you... Read Article

Cyber Security Awareness Month A Success, But Was It Enough?

Concern about hacking attempts and personal identity theft appear to have been major sticking points for many residents and business owners last year, as a record number of people participated in the country's annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month festivities, new statistics show. But with waves of recent news relevant to Target's security breach affecting 70 million customers, and hacking attempts made to Skype and... Read Article