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How Your Dog Can Affect Your Homeowners Insurance Rates

As you might already know, buying or adopting a dog can be costly. Not only do you have to worry about the initial purchase price or adoption fee, but you also have to think about the cost of paying veterinary bills, buying food, and otherwise taking care of your new pet. However, the costs can go beyond that as well. For example, many pet owners never think about how their dogs can actually affect their homeowners insurance rates. Read More 

5 Signs You Need To Update Your Car Insurance

After paying car insurance for some time, there is going to come a time when you need to update it to ensure that you are getting the best coverage for the best price. This is because over time, insurance needs change, and you may be eligible for certain discounts that you weren't before. On top of this, prices for certain coverage options change, as well. Here are five signs that you need to update your car insurance: Read More 

Wintertime Mistakes That Could Result In A Home Insurance Claim

The arrival of fall means that winter is just around the corner, and this means that your home could soon be facing some potential risks that could result in damage and the need to file an insurance claim. You don't want damage to your home and the need to pay your deductible to get in the way of an enjoyable winter with your family, so it's useful to identify the wintertime mistakes that could increase the risk of making a claim. Read More 

Having A Party At Home? Keep Your Chances Of A Homeowner’s Insurance Claim Low With These Tips

In a lot of ways, having a big party right at your own house is much better than renting a space. For example, at home you don't have to worry so much if a guest spills a drink or if the party runs a little longer than it should. However, having a party for a bunch of adults at home also brings about a major concern where liability is concerned as a homeowner. Read More 

Understanding The Basics Of SR-22 Insurance

As a driver who's lost your license for a significant violation, you may be instructed to secure an SR-22 before you can get your driving privileges back. If so, it's important that you understand what this document is and what it means for you. Here's a look at some of the most common questions you might have and the answers you should know. Isn't An SR-22 Just Car Insurance? No. An SR-22 isn't an insurance policy at all. Read More