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Monday, November 20, 2017Renting a home means that you occupy property owned by another person. Your occupancy poses liability risks to both you and the homeowner. As your family grows, so does the liability risk you experience in the rental. Each new person in the home has a specific cost liability risk associated directly with them. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, November 8, 2017Traffic authorities expect you to be a safe driver. So, too, does your auto insurer. If you drive recklessly, you put your own safety and the safety of others at risks. Speeding, accidents, drunk driving and even failing to carry insurance make you a more risky operator. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 28, 2016 Your vehicle isn’t where you parked it. It could be outside of your home or in a shopping center. It is not uncommon for vehicles to be stolen today. And, contrary to what many believe, the vehicles most often stolen are everyday vehicles owned by many families rather than high-end sports cars. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 20, 2016You bought a motorcycle you love. You took it out a handful of times over the last few years, but you don’t use it very often. And, you may be thinking about dropping your insurance coverage. Should you do so? There are some situations in which you can stop coverage, but at the same time, you’ll need to consider what this will mean to you in the short and long term. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 14, 2016In some areas, the rental market is very tight. In these areas, it can be hard to find a vacant apartment that is within your budget. That’s when sub-leasing can become an attractive offer. In sub-leasing, you share an apartment with another person or lease it from someone that is currently leasing it (rather than leasing it directly from the property owner or management company). READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 6, 2016Home insurance claims each year often include a high percentage of thefts. It is not uncommon for homes to be broken into or items to be stolen even when homeowners are home. The risks are equal whether you live in a very safe neighborhood in the suburbs or if you live in an urban area. READ MORE >>