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When you think of flooding, you may think strictly of rivers or bodies of water. Did you know that:
•Homeowners are 4 times more likely to sustain a loss from a flood than a fire.
•25 percent of all flood insurance claims are filed in low- to moderate-risk areas.
Here are some common questions that we get about floods...
You can purchase limited coverage either as part of a package endorsement that increases several coverages on your policy or as a separate “Water Back-up and Sump Discharge or Overflow Endorsement” to your policy...
Before the storm it’s about preparation, after the storm it’s about filing claims to recover from damage that couldn’t be prevented...
With the June start of hurricane season, it's a good time to check your homeowners or renters insurance—and this handy list from the Insurance Information Institute will make it easy to be sure you’re well-prepared in case a storm comes your way.
Unique vehicles require special auto coverage. A classic, custom, collectible or antique car requires insurance that reflects your vehicle’s uniqueness and value. If you own—or are thinking of owning—a special set of wheels, find out about the kind of policy you need.
Not all boaters are responsible and safety conscious, and there are many unregistered boaters on waterways, which makes it even more important that to properly insure your boat, yacht and watercraft to protect you and your loved ones.
Sewer backup loss exposures are a common coverage gap under a homeowners policy. However, this exposure can typically be covered by the addition of a "Water Back-up and Sump Overflow" endorsement to your policy. In addition to procuring the proper insurance coverage, homeowners should adopt several risk control techniques concerning this loss exposure.
If you are selling or buying a home, be aware of changes the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and flood insurance rates that began on April 1, 2015. The changes to rate structures have significant impacts to property owners/buyers especially those with properties currently in a flood zone or properties newly mapped into a Special Flood Hazard Area with the redrawing of flood maps.
A permanent life policy provides lifelong insurance protection. The policy pays a death benefit if you die tomorrow or if you live to be a hundred. You can lock in premiums when you purchase the policy. By purchasing a permanent policy, the premium will not increase as you age or if your health status changes. There is also a savings element that will grow on a tax-deferred basis and may become substantial over time.
Some auto insurance carriers have applied to the Division of Insurance (DOI) to provide some level of premium credit/refund on most personal auto insurance policies due to COVID-19.
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