After I was involved in a large auto accident a few years ago, I realized that I was about to become innately familiar with the claims process. Sure enough, within a few months I started to receive paperwork regarding my accident, and it was really interesting to see how my insurance company handled things. I was able to save a tremendous amount of money by talking with agents about covered and non-covered claims, and it really opened up my eyes about the entire insurance coverage process. Check out this blog for great tips on saving money, living better, and receiving the coverage you need.

How To Change Your Policy If You Will Not Drive For The Next 6 To 12 Months

5 April 2021
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you have auto insurance on your vehicle, you probably have it for a number of reasons. It protects you from lawsuits, and it is a legal requirement. It also provides compensation if you wreck your car, but do you need coverage if you will not be driving your car for the next six to twelve months? If you will not drive at all during this time, here are some tips to help you know what to do with your auto insurance. Read More …

Breaking Down 3 Myths About Whole Life Insurance

26 February 2021
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Whole life insurance is a complicated product with a basic premise — to provide your loved ones with money when you pass away. The money you pay into a whole life insurance policy is divided into a death benefit fund and a cash value account that accrues value over time. As such, it is important to understand the myths and truths surrounding this product. Myth #1: Payouts Only Occur Upon Death Read More …

Six Mistakes You Should Avoid When You Purchase Restaurant Insurance

2 February 2021
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Restaurant owners need to make sure that they purchase an appropriate restaurant insurance policy to protect their livelihood. The following are six mistakes you should avoid when you purchase restaurant insurance.  Not carrying out a detailed risk assessment A risk assessment is an important first step in insuring your restaurant. Doing a risk assessment will make you aware of all the financial risks your restaurant is facing that you need to be protected against. Read More …