Personal Insurance Blog
It’s a pretty big deal – leaving the comfort of your forever home for your new college abode. Whether it’s the first time you’ve moved or the tenth, packing up your entire life is quite a job. Your clothes, gaming consoles, furniture, laptop, books, the list goes on.
When you depart for a camping trip, there’s no telling what mishaps you may run into on your voyage - Will the power go out? Will the roads be drivable? Will you have reception? The unknown is enough of a reason to leave prepared.
Selecting your insurance deductible can seem a bit stressful, but it doesn’t have to be! Simply put, your deductible is the portion of an insurance claim you agree to pay on your own before your insurance kicks in and picks up their portion.
We all know just how fast time flies by – especially when it comes to the little ones. Once your stationary baby starts crawling and pulling up, tables and other surfaces are no longer out of reach.
In 2017, 773,139 vehicles were stolen resulting in about $6 billion in losses. Even if you’ve never fell victim to auto theft personally, the risk is real.
Sometimes there’s nothing better than unwinding next to a nice cozy fire. No matter the season, no matter the place – campfires are for roasting marshmallows, telling stories, sharing laughs and making memories.
Whether your planning a long road trip or just trying to cut back on your travel expenses, there are many ways you can help boost your vehicles fuel economy to save money:
The last thing we want to do in the summer is maintenance – UGH! Well, a little maintenance here and there is better than a huge project sprouting up at the worst times (like in the middle of winter!).
Add these 10 items to your summer checklist to keep your home safe and sound:
Alright, alright – fireworks can’t be that dangerous right? WRONG.
Playing in the rain is one thing – but playing in lightning is an entirely different story. Lightning is the third most frequent cause of storm-related deaths in the United States, resulting in about 30 deaths and several hundred injuries every year.