Home Insurance

As you know, spring is a great time to take care of those familiar household to-dos-like cleaning windows and checking smoke detectors. This not only helps promote safety, it can also help cut costs by making your home more efficient. Here’s a reminder of some of the things you should

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Home Insurance

Before a catastrophe strikes and you’re faced with a loss, make a home inventory – lists, pictures or a videotape of the contents of your home. After all, would you be able to remember all the possessions you’ve accumulated over the years if they were destroyed by a fire? Having

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Recreational Insurance

The Super Ball game has been won! The Medals at the Olympics passed out! Maybe you looking forward to cleaning up the snowmobile and putting it in storage. Canceling the insurance on it. Oh but wait…is that such a good idea? The seasonality of power sports (snowmobiles, atv’s, boats, rv’s)

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Auto Insurance

Are you sure the business use of your vehicle is covered under you personal auto policy? Business use of a vehicle is excluded under your personal auto policy unless it is charged for under a business use rate and it is of limited use described below: Should you apply a

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Auto Insurance

Accidents happen – even to the most careful drivers. Knowing what to do after an accident will help you to remain calm and in control. It may even make the experience a little less frightening. Take a moment to review this Checklist and keep it in your glove compartment in

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Recreational Insurance

ATV’s can be a useful tool for the farmer or rancher and can also be an exciting toy many families. All-terrain vehicles became popular in the 1980’s as an off-road recreational and sporting vehicle. Agricultural workers use ATVs to inspect and maintain crops, property, livestock, and more. In addition, there

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Health Insurance

You’ve just landed in Mexico, and you trip on the sidewalk. Your ankle is throbbing. What do you do? The simple answer, you might think, is go straight to the hospital. But, depending on your health insurance, your broken bone may not be covered. Even if it is, finding a

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