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3 Tips For Filing Fire Insurance Claims 

The holiday season brings cheer, an influx of home decor (with flair), and an unfortunate uptick in the occurrence of house fires. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, between 2015 - 2019, U.S. fire departments responded to an average 160 Christmas tree...

What Policyholders Need to Know About a Civil Remedy Notice

Insurance companies and policyholders have conflicting goals. Insurers want to pay the minimum amount, while policyholders hope for the maximum settlement. This conflict in goals can lead to frustration if an insurance company delays the process, pays less than the...

Red Flags That Indicate Your Insurance Claim Was Underpaid

Unsurprisingly, policyholders and insurance companies have an antagonistic relationship. Property owners purchase insurance, hoping never to need it, but are relieved to have the coverage if they do. Insurance companies sell policies hoping not to be called to pay a...

3 Tips For Filing Fire Insurance Claims 

The holiday season brings cheer, an influx of home decor (with flair), and an unfortunate uptick in the occurrence of house fires. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, between 2015 - 2019, U.S. fire departments responded to an average 160 Christmas tree...

What Policyholders Need to Know About a Civil Remedy Notice

Insurance companies and policyholders have conflicting goals. Insurers want to pay the minimum amount, while policyholders hope for the maximum settlement. This conflict in goals can lead to frustration if an insurance company delays the process, pays less than the...

3 Tips For Filing Fire Insurance Claims 

3 Tips For Filing Fire Insurance Claims 

The holiday season brings cheer, an influx of home decor (with flair), and an unfortunate uptick in the occurrence of house fires. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, between 2015 - 2019, U.S. fire departments responded to an average 160 Christmas tree...

What Policyholders Need to Know About a Civil Remedy Notice

What Policyholders Need to Know About a Civil Remedy Notice

Insurance companies and policyholders have conflicting goals. Insurers want to pay the minimum amount, while policyholders hope for the maximum settlement. This conflict in goals can lead to frustration if an insurance company delays the process, pays less than the...

Red Flags That Indicate Your Insurance Claim Was Underpaid

Red Flags That Indicate Your Insurance Claim Was Underpaid

Unsurprisingly, policyholders and insurance companies have an antagonistic relationship. Property owners purchase insurance, hoping never to need it, but are relieved to have the coverage if they do. Insurance companies sell policies hoping not to be called to pay a...

The Top Five Reasons Your Insurance Claim May Be Denied

The Top Five Reasons Your Insurance Claim May Be Denied

When Benjamin Franklin famously said, "Nothing is certain except death and taxes," he forgot to mention insurance. We buy and rely on insurance as a safety net in life's worst moments – fire, flood, theft, or extreme weather. Insurance should help to rebuild or...

What You Need to Know About Protecting Your Property From Hurricanes

What You Need to Know About Protecting Your Property From Hurricanes

If you live in a state where hurricanes occur, it’s wise to include hurricane insurance in your policy. According to the Insurance Information Institute (III), Florida ranks first in the nation in storm surge risk. Due to Florida’s location near warm waters and its...

What to Include In Your Property Insurance Claim

What to Include In Your Property Insurance Claim

Natural disasters and break-ins happen in an instant, resulting in damages to your property that require immediate action from you and your insurance company. Knowing what to do next in these moments can be a steep learning curve, and not every type of property damage...