Anyone who has tied the knot recently knows that the cost of weddings is sky-high. According to The Wedding Report, the total average wedding spending for 2011 was $25,631. That’s a lot of money to invest into an event where so much can go wrong, from flowers not being delivered and DJs not showing up to sickness and catastrophic weather-related events causing cancellations.
According to a an article in the National Underwriter Website, The insurance industry is now “definitively in a hardening market,” according to W.R. Berkley CEO William R. Berkley. For the consumer this means be prepared for increases in the price of your insurance. Read More
According to the Property Casualty 360, A Nation Underwriter magazine article the top 7 most Dangerous Dog Breeds are: 1. Pitbulls 2. Rottweiler 3. German Shepherd 4. Husky type 5. Malamute 6. Doberman Pinscher 7. Chow Chow Insurers maintain a list of dog breeds which they won’t insure and some
Winter weather brings along with it a number of risks. Winter storms bring wind, snow and icy conditions that can damage your home and auto. Cold can cause pipes to burst, frost swells and other damage. Heating your home with fireplaces and holiday lighting can both increase the risk of
1. Top off your levels. • Fill your gas tank and add a fuel preservative. The full tank keeps out moisture, and the preservative keeps the gas from breaking down. Take one last drive to circulate the preservative. • Make sure your antifreeze is fresh and topped off. • To