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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Life insurance is designed to compensate your loved ones in case of your passing, so most policies only payout once the policyholder passes away. The insurer must usually be provided with a proof of death, such as a death certificate. Most life insurance policies provide a lump sump payment for the beneficiaries listed on the policy. READ MORE >>
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Your home’s roof is one of the most important and expensive parts of the home. It keeps everyone inside safe, warm and dry, as well as keeps out anything unwelcome. Unfortunately, home insurance can grow a little complicated and expensive when it comes to insuring your roof.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2020
We’ve all made careless mistakes from time to time, including behind the wheel. If you have ever backed into your mailbox, you might find yourself annoyed, but hopefully unharmed. Your car, however, might sustain damage and so might the mailbox. READ MORE >>
Thursday, September 17, 2020
Businesses that have property insurance will likely have coverage for the possessions inside. So, if something damages the contents of the business, then you can likely file a claim for the damage costs. However, you must do so correctly to successfully receive compensation. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Health insurance is critical so you and your family can get the care you need. Signing onto a policy shouldn’t be done lightly. Not all health insurance policies are created equal, and there are a few questions you should ask before signing your name on the dotted line.
1. Can You Stay at the Same Doctor? READ MORE >>
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Home insurance premiums seem elusive until you discover what, exactly, makes them raise or lower year by year. There are many factors which an insurer may use to calculate your home insurance premiums. One of these is your location and, specifically, how close you are to a fire station.
Why? READ MORE >>