Archives for June 2014

Wedding Season: Protect your happily ever after

You’ve picked out the table linen, found your dream venue, and figured out a way to seat all of your family members in one room without them strangling one another — it must be time for your wedding! Family conflicts included, as much as you plan, you can never predict everything that may or may Read More

Get the Right Coverage for Your Small Business

A small business employs fewer than 500 people, according to the federal Small Business Administration. By this definition, there are more than 27 million small businesses currently operating in the United States. These can range from incorporated, self-employed individuals to community banks and construction firms. If you own a small business, it’s a good to consider Read More

Vacation Rentals and Your Insurance

An increasingly popular vacation idea is to rent a house or an apartment to stay in when you’re away from home instead of a hotel room. The advantages of rentals are that they can provide more space (which can be important when traveling with a family), they can offer amenities such as kitchens so that Read More

How to File Car Accident Insurance Claims

If you are wondering whether your car accident claims process will be more difficult to bear than the accident itself, the good news is that filing a claim is usually fairly simple. By following a systematic approach and carefully recording what has happened, you can gather all of the information you need. The following guidelines from Read More

Most Home Thefts Happen in Broad Daylight: Get Prepared

If you take precautions to secure your home when you leave for work every day and when you leave on vacation, you may be wondering whether it is truly safe from break-ins. There are a number of things you can do, as a home owner, to thwart burglars, according to our friends at Trusted Choice. Read More