- April 20, 2018Read more
“Hurricane Preparedness Week,” a time set aside to get your house and property ready ahead of hurricane season, falls during the second week of May—the 6th through the 12th. If you live in a hurricane-prone area, this is the time to prep your house ahead of hurricane season, which usually takes place during late summer and early fall. So, how
- March 7, 2018Read more
Whether you’re faced with an unwanted situation, such as a flood or divorce proceedings, or simply trying to plan for an uncertain future, a professional home inventory of your household items can reduce your overall costs, time and stress. Though it may be tempting to try to do it yourself, this is not recommended, as generally speaking, you will find
- February 28, 2018Read more
Think your home or other property is fully covered in the event of an accident or disaster? Think again. Your property insurance situation may be in a more precarious spot than you realize. Remember: forewarned is forearmed. Here are five property insurance facts you need to know before disaster strikes:
- February 14, 2018Read more
Most insurance companies do business ethically and will pay their customers’ claims when disaster strikes. Yet, it’s not your insurance agent’s job to know everything you own. It’s yours. And the firms for whom they work are not exactly motivated to simply fork over everything a claimant says they are entitled to—after all, insurance companies stay in business just like
- February 7, 2018Read more
The home inventory business has come a long way from homeowners filling out makeshift checklists, to insurance agents armed with clipboards trudging through your home after a fire or flood. In those days, if you even had the forethought to inventory what you owned, you had to hope you did it well enough to get fully reimbursed after a disaster.
- January 31, 2018Read more
In your professional capacity as an insurance broker, financial planner, or divorce attorney, your clients are looking to you for timely and helpful advice concerning the current and future status of their belongings.