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Fallen trees and branches are a significant cause of damage and power loss after a thunderstorm rolls through. But if a neighbor’s tree falls on your property and causes damage, who is responsible? In most cases, it’s your homeowner policy that will cover the cost of the damages, subject to the policy’s coverage language. READ MORE >>

We all have things that we collect and buy that are totally worth the splurge—jewelry, artwork, musical instruments, bicycles, collector items, silverware, golf equipment, firearms, cameras, coin or stamp collections and more. Some of it might be quite valuable and require special insurance coverage. READ MORE >>

My roommates both have their own auto insurance- why do I need to get their drivers license and DOB for my own auto quote?  We get this question all the time.  Being an Independent agent, we are able to find the most competitive rate with the best coverage for our clients. READ MORE >>

Fallen trees are common, especially this time of year with the heavy winds & snow.  Here are five important things to keep in mind: 1. Your homeowners insurance likely covers tree removal and damage repairs for your home and other insured structures, such as fences. READ MORE >>

You had a plan and you did the right thing: You purchased a life insurance policy to protect your family. But things have changed since you took out that universal life insurance policy, and it may be time for you to pull your policy out of your files and review where it stands. READ MORE >>

Comprehensive (often referred to as "other than collision") coverage is one type of protection available on an auto insurance policy (others being collision, uninsured motorist, etc.). Comprehensive coverage pays only for damage caused by an event other than collision, including: Fire Theft READ MORE >>

Insurance Myth: Older cars are cheaper to insure- FALSE! Car insurance rates for all vehicles vary depending on several factors, such as who drives a vehicle, garaging location, and its annual mileage.   READ MORE >>

As college graduates take the next step, one thing is often left out of the process – life insurance. Young adults often carry debt with them into the working world, whether from student loans, car loans or credit card debt. If you are a recent graduate, have you considered what could happen if you were no longer around to cover your loan payments? READ MORE >>

There are many common myths about potential dangers in and around the home that can keep some homeowners up at night. However, the gap between myth and fact can make all the difference when it comes to reducing risk in your house. So what does the data tell us are the biggest risks to your home? READ MORE >>

To ensure a poorly maintained vehicle doesn't contribute to an accident, National General has put together a few ways you can keep your cars in top condition. Tires According to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, 9% of all car crashes in the United States were preceded by some sort of issue with the tires of the vehicle (e. READ MORE >>

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