If you like feeling safe by having insurance coverage for all your potential risks, you probably have a homeowner's insurance policy in place right now. This type of policy will cover you from all kinds of potential perils that could cause damage or harm to your harm, belongings, or family members, but does your policy cover the costs of carbon monoxide poisoning? This is an area with insurance that may or may not be covered, but instead of worrying about the coverage you have for this, you should take all the necessary steps to protect your home from this type of poisoning.
8 August 2019
Standard homeowner's insurance doesn't include coverage for flood damage. You must buy flood coverage separately if you want compensation after flood damage. Here are some of the circumstances that mean you need flood insurance. You Live In a Flood Area If your area has suffered floods in the past, there is a real risk that it might suffer floods in the future. Thus, the flooding history of your area should be your biggest consideration, when deciding whether to buy flood insurance.
3 July 2019
When you are a homeowner, you probably realize that having homeowner's insurance is a necessity, but you might not understand exactly what your policy covers. One question some people have about home insurance is whether it covers wear and tear on a house. Wear and tear is something that is normal with homes, and there are several things you should understand about your home insurance and wear and tear on your home.
27 May 2019
If you want to protect yourself against financial liability and loss, then you need to ensure that you have adequate homeowner's insurance. To ensure that you are always adequately protected, you need to review your policy coverage at least once a year. Here are a few reasons why you may find it necessary to review your coverage more than once annually. Reason #1: You Have Acquired Additional Personal Property If you have recently purchased high-quality, expensive, or new furniture, collectibles, artwork, or other items since the last time that you reviewed your insurance policy, it is a good idea to brush up on your coverage.
22 April 2019
To a new homeowner, trying to find a homeowner's insurance policy can seem like an overwhelming task. There are so many different options, it is sometimes hard to distinguish between what you want, what you need, and what you can afford. What You Want. Sometimes homeowner's are a little overly suspicious about potential calamities that could be the downfall of their home. If asked what type of coverage they would prefer before looking at the pricing options, most homeowner's respond that they will need earthquake and flood insurance, as well as coverage for most natural disasters.
24 February 2019
Auto insurance is not the same in all fifty states. About a dozen states have "no-fault" insurance systems. No-fault insurance systems can be a little confusing if you come from the vast majority of states where when it comes to getting paid for damages after an auto accident, it is all about who is at fault. #1 No Fault = Personal Injury Protection When it comes to actually looking at your insurance policy, no fault insurance is actually covered under the personal injury protection section of your insurance policy.
29 December 2018
It is likely that your state requires you to have car insurance. Most states do. If you are looking for car insurance, but you are worried about affording it, there are ways that you can get the insurance you need while still saving money on it. Bundle It You've probably seen it on all the commercials, but it's true, bundling your insurance is one way that you can save money on both your car insurance and your other insurance policies.
15 November 2018