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Insurance 101: Tips and Tricks to Choosing the Right Policy

Since my parents always added me to their auto insurance policy when I was a teenager, I never learned how to make educated insurance policy decisions. When I moved out of my parents house at the age of 25 and it was time to get my own policy, I was overwhelmed with all of the decisions I had to make. Thankfully, my parents were eager to teach me what each insurance coverage option meant and what the best choices were for me. I learned a lot about insurance during this experience, and I am eager to share what I learned with others on my new blog. I also plan to include many tips on choosing health and homeowners insurance policies, so check back often if you want to learn a little more about insurance!


Three Reasons To Increase Car Insurance Coverage If You Work At An Airport

19 January 2022
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you work at an airport, each time you are on the clock you will be helping others get to their final destination. Whether you are a gate agent, flight attendant, or cockpit crew, your final destination at the end of your day or end of your assignment will be your home. Unlike the others that you helped onto planes; you may need to drive to get to your final destination at the end of the day. Read More …

Top 3 Questions To Ask Yourself When Buying Personal Auto Insurance

7 December 2021
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

When most people hear the term insurance, they automatically think of personal auto insurance. That's because it's the most popular form of insurance, with all states, except Virginia and New Hampshire, requiring vehicle owners to have it.  That said, all personal auto policies aren't the same. The right type of policy for you will depend on various factors like the vehicle you own, how you plan to use the vehicle, and who will be using the vehicle. Read More …

What To Know About Public Insurance Claim Adjusters

1 November 2021
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Did you discover that an upstairs plumbing line was leaking after noticing discoloration on the walls in the downstairs area of your house? If you have homeowners insurance, it is likely that you can file a claim for all of the damage that the leaking plumbing line has caused. If you have already filed a claim but don't feel as though the money being offered by your insurance provider is fair, you can take action and contest the offer. Read More …

4 Factors That May Affect Your Business Insurance Coverage

27 September 2021
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Risk and liability management is essential for any business, but 75 percent of all businesses in the U.S. are underinsured. Responsible business owners will maintain their business insurance and review their coverage regularly, but certain developments within your business can have a bigger impact on your insurance than others. Here is a guide to four factors that may affect your business insurance coverage. 1. New Service or Product Launch A new service or product launch is an exciting time for your company that can bring both new revenue and unexpected risks. Read More …

Getting Your First Used Car? What You Need To Do Before You Start Driving

19 August 2021
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you are getting your first used car, this can be an exciting time. To ensure things go smoothly, there are some things you must do before you start driving your new car, such as getting car insurance and having the car inspected. Get Car Insurance Depending on the state that you live in, it is often required that you have car insurance. Even if your state does not require it, you should still purchase car insurance. Read More …