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Winter Storm Damage

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Is winter storm damage covered by my homeowners insurance policy? Whether or not winter storm damage is covered by your homeowners insurance policy will depend on the type of policy you have and the type of damage that occurs. Most standard homeowners insurance policies provide coverage for winter-related storm damage that occurs as a result … More

Tips for Keeping Your Home Safe This Winter

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With the last minutes of summer coming to an end, and the school year starting back up, it’s a very busy time. Lunches need to be packed, soccer practice, and carpooling are all now everyday additions to your work day! With that being said, during all the chaos, make sure you don’t let taking care … More

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Winter Safety Driving Tips

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Falling snow can be picturesque, but it can also wreak havoc on the roads. While no one enjoys driving in snowy or slippery conditions, there are steps you can take to help improve your safety with these winter driving tips. Here are some guidelines that can help you stay safe when driving in adverse winter … More

14 Dog Breeds Blacklisted by Insurance Companies

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While you might love your dog, the companies that carry the insurance for your house, apartment, or condominium might not. In fact, your dog’s breed might determine whether or not an insurance company is even willing to provide coverage for your home. The motivation for denying insurance to households with certain breeds of dogs is … More

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Importance of Flood Insurance

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Importance of Flood Insurance for Homeowners September 9, 2015Posted by FirstInsurancein Insurance Questions relating to insurance are often present with those who own a home. Deciding if a certain type of insurance is required also demands certain pieces of information before tapping into the investment. It is noted that there is an average of $3.5 … More

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Fall Maintenance Tips

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Prepare Your Home for Cooler Days Ahead. Fall foliage is beautiful, but not when it builds up in your gutters! Take these tips into account during the cool autumn months. Have your furnace cleaned and inspected annually by a qualified technician. Keep flammable materials, including all lawn and power equipment, away from water heaters and … More

Millennial R.J Mitt from Breaking Bad on Insurance

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As your Millennial gets ready to leave your home for good they will need to begin thinking about the wonderful world of insurance. R.J Mitt from Breaking Bad takes a moment to share some advice about properly insuring a vehicle. Enjoy!

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Homeowners Insurance and Floods

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Does homeowners insurance cover flooding? We’ve said it many times before and we’ll no doubt say it again: Typical homeowners insurance does not cover flood damage. This is one of the biggest consumer misconceptions we hear – and a painful, costly lesson to learn by experience. You need a separate flood insurance policy to be … More

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Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Later

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Ten years after the $41 billion catastrophe that was Hurricane Katrina, former Louisiana Commissioner Robert Wooley shares his recollections with NU/PC360 Editor-in-Chief Shawn Moynihan. In Part 2 of this series, current president of the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA), Louisiana agent Richie Clements shares his experiences of what it was like to be … More

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Safe Travels By Rail

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The Amtrak train that derailed in May, killing eight and wounding more than 200, left plenty of frequent travelers wondering about the safety of railroad transportation. Though airline crashes are often more visible and spectacularly awful, statistics tell us that rail travel is riskier than commercial air travel (which, in fact, is the safest form … More

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