Does your business have the insurance coverage that it needs to rebuild after a natural disaster? What would happen if a hurricane hit your geographic area and took out your entire fleet of vehicles or made your offices unable to operate, due to a lack of a roof on the building? If you don’t have […]
There’s a big difference between a flood caused by a broken or clogged pipe and one brought about by a natural disaster. While the amount of damage left behind is one key differentiator, another is the fact that your homeowner’s insurance may not cover flooding from a hurricane, levee break, or other natural disaster if […]
Unless your home has been flooded before or you live in a coastal area, you more than likely haven’t considered getting a flood insurance policy on your home. However, you probably should look into it, just in case. After all, there are several things that you need to know about flood insurance, all of which […]
Own a property you want to develop for multi-family housing? Thinking of investing in rental property as a business opportunity? The market might be hot, and this may be an excellent business venture for your financial future. But if you don’t have the right kind and amount of insurance, you could lose everything in one […]
Most people never think about flood insurance until the worst happens, and their home is damaged beyond recognition. A lot of people think they don’t need coverage or that it won’t work for them, so they ignore it and never buy a policy. Let’s bust several common myths about flood insurance so you have the […]
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Anywhere it can rain, it can flood. But not every area floods at the same rate and in the same way. That’s why flood zones are created — to help homeowners, communities, and insurers understand the potential risk of flooding based on where your property is […]
Forget the “lose 30 pounds by February” resolution. This New Year, make resolutions that will keep you healthier and financially stronger in the years ahead. With just a few tweaks or additions to your current insurance policies, you’ll be in a more secure position when you tackle the sky-diving, marathoning, or mountain climbing resolutions.
June 1 was the start of hurricane season. You’ve probably purchased your batteries and flashlights. You may even have a hurricane kit already set up and waiting. The moment a storm is named and headed your way, you know to fill up on gas, stock up on shelf stable foods, and hunker down to wait it out. You’re as prepared as you can be.
Or are you?