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As a renter, you have contractual permission to live in a home owned by someone else. The home itself may not be yours. However, plenty of items that you bring onto the property belong personally to you. You assume a responsibility for your own property in the rented space. READ MORE >>

Homeowners insurance is a necessary part of home ownership. When you buy a home, your mortgage lender usually requires you to get coverage. Carrying a policy helps protect you and the lender against common threats and losses. You also want coverage that gives you peace of mind. READ MORE >>

If you have to get an SR-22 certificate, that means that state traffic authorities have deemed you a high driving risks. Now that you’re a higher risk on the road, you may wonder how this new classification will affect your auto insurance coverage. Most drivers associate increased risks with increased auto insurance costs. READ MORE >>

SR-22 is a type of certificate that is required by some states for those who want to drive, but who have had numerous moving violations. The court can order an individual to obtain this type of certificate if and when it is determined that individual may pose a higher risk to the public. READ MORE >>

Investing in renters insurance is often an important and affordable decision. Yet as a renter, you need to know what you are buying, what it provides and, perhaps most importantly, what it does not provide. In most cases, renters insurance is an excellent investment because it helps to safeguard your assets in situations related to losses such as from fires or theft. READ MORE >>

You've been in an accident and need to file a claim with your auto insurance provider. It seems like a big process and you are worried about what to expect. But you don't have to be. Most car insurance companies have made it easy for individuals to file claims. And you often have more than one way to do so. READ MORE >>

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