Traveling for Business? Use These Insurance Tips

Traveling for business can raise a lot of questions about insurance, regardless if the distance is down the road or across the world.  Do you travel for business? Traveling can be a rather nice experience because you get to see the world, but it can also spawn questions about your insurance coverage–even if insurance is not the first (second, third, or fourth) thing on your mind. The thing with traveling, however, is that it does not matter how far you go. If your business requires you to … [Read more...]

Your Health Insurance Covers Preventative Care!

Do You Know How Your Health Insurance Protects You? With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, a lot has changed in the healthcare world for Americans. While some people have been less than satisfied with some of these changes, the ACA does bring good news for people who like to actively prevent illness and disease. You likely already know the regular screening is key in beating disease and cancer, as catching health issues early make treatment much easier and much more effective. … [Read more...]

How Renters Insurance Can Protect Your College Student

Send Your Student To College With Renters Insurance When you get ready to send your son or daughter off to college, you put a lot of thought into the preparations. After all, you want to make sure he or she is able to live comfortably away from home, has everything necessary to succeed academically and socially, and can easily transition to college. As part of your preparations, you should seriously consider adding a renters insurance policy. Your homeowners insurance will not cover your … [Read more...]

Heat Stroke Prevention This Summer

Avoiding Heat Illness During The Warmer Months We have already seen the weather heat up in Northern California. This bodes well for your plans to head to the lake or lounge by the pool, but if you plan to be spending long periods of time outside you should be aware that you face the risk of heat-related illnesses and even death. The demographics who are at the greatest risk for heat illnesses are children, older adults, and construction workers. Those in houses with limited or lack of air … [Read more...]

Extinguishing Your Home’s Fire Hazards

Are You Protected From A Blaze? Sometimes you cannot prevent a fire from touching your home. If a fire breaks out in your area and you find yourself in its path, the best you can do is take your family and your valuables and get to safety. Fortunately, though, there are some steps you can take to prevent an internal outbreak of fire. Use these tips to stomp out fire hazards at home. Never overload an electrical outlet. Pulling too much power out of an outlet is a recipe for disaster. If … [Read more...]

After An Auto Accident

The Steps To Take To Best Recover Whether the accident you got into was a minor fender-bender or a major collision, it probably left your heart racing and a sick feeling in your stomach. After an accident, you will likely feel disoriented and alarmed. Consequently, it is important that you learn what to do before an accident occurs so you can call on that knowledge when you need it. Here is a quick guide. Pull Over: If you leave your car (and yourself) in the flow of traffic, you expose … [Read more...]

Making The Most Of Your Claim

Your Guide To Properly Filing Your Homeowners Insurance Claim After a disaster, your first thoughts are likely about getting your family to safety, minimizing the fallout, and preserving your valuables. Your insurance claim is probably low on your priority list after a fire, flood, or other unforeseen circumstance damages your home, but that does not mean it should stay there. Here are a few guidelines to ensure that your claim will be filed properly, helping you make the most of your … [Read more...]

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