2020 has been an odd year, to say the least. We are all working, in our masks, staying distanced and keeping safe. Julie, Susan, Nancy, Kelsey, Ashley and Karen come to work every day and serve the needs of our clients. Boy, are we proud of them.
What keeps us going? A positive attitude toward our roles. We are needed! The services we provide are needed! We love helping clients through unusual issues, claims, questions and, simply, life changes that affect their insurance. But! We are the people behind the phones and the masks. So we asked the staff …
We all know why grocery stores and gas stations are considered essential businesses in this time of crisis. It makes complete sense! But why are insurance companies being kept open? ... Read More
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What is the number one home-related, extreme-cold weather winter claim? Water damage from burst pipes. They are terrible, messy, heart-breaking claims and we want to help protect you against having one.
Are we monsters if we talk about how to protect yourselves from lawsuits on Halloween? Maybe! But we get some pretty strange calls on November 1, so we might as well tell you about ways that we have conjured up so you can, indeed, protect yourselves.Read More
It’s an awkward moment when you’re standing at the rental car counter, staring into the clerk’s eyes, sweating, wondering if you should buy the extra insurance he is offering. WHAT DO YOU DO?Read More
Is your child at college, living in a dorm, covered by your homeowners policy? Most homeowners policies provide 10% of content limits of your homeowners policy. For example, if your homeowners policy has $200K of coverage, you have $140K of contents coverage, which allows for $14K of property coverage for your college student, assuming that the damage was caused by an event covered in the policy. Is that enough coverage?Read More
We know you are crazed right now preparing for graduation and planning the details of the party. We totally understand. We have kids of our own. But! It is our job to metaphorically tap you on your shoulder and ask, “Have you taken steps to protect yourself?”
Graduation parties are bursting with over-exuberance and excitement. But, as hosts, you need to be vigilant that the combination of parental excitement, underage guests and available alcohol does not lead to tragedy.Read More
What do brides think about before their weddings? Color schemes, vows, flowers, unicorns, rainbows and puppies. It is all so beautiful!
What do brides NOT think about before their wedding? Hurricanes, deaths of family members and the venue burning down two days before the reception.
We HOPE your wedding goes off without a hitch! But alas! Disaster can strike. Just ask your wedding planner. She could tell you some stories! How can YOU protect your special day? Wedding insurance. Yes, we said it, as unromantic as it is. Wedding insurance.Read More
Let’s just get to it. Let’s not soft pedal this issue. Here are some alarming statistics from Selective Insurance:
- Each day in the United States, approximately 9 people are killed and more than 1,000 injured in crashes that involve a distracted driver.
- During daylight hours, approximately 481,000 drivers are using cell phones while driving.