Trick Or Treat… Are You Covered

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A Homeowners Insurance Update Your homeowners insurance covers many different kinds of risks including vandalism caused by trick-or-treaters.  Now may be a good time to have a free home insurance review. In the next few days, we will be watching children scramble from house to house in search of the elusive Halloween treat.  However, keeping… Read more »

How Your Business Can Recover From a Natural Disaster

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A Business Insurance Update Hurricane Harvey’s impact will be felt for the next three to five years, or even longer.  Many affected businesses may not survive.  It is our hope that all the people and businesses impacted by Harvey will recover as soon as possible.  For those businesses that had flood insurance, the recovery will… Read more »

September is National Preparedness Month

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Disaster Preparedness Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the people of Houston. Hurricane Harvey caused over 75 billion dollars of damage. While this is fresh on our minds, let’s get prepared for the unexpected. This could be a flood, hurricane, earthquake, wild fire, or any other event that causes damage to our homes…. Read more »

You Just Got Sued For A Social Media Post

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A Texas jury has awarded a wedding photographer more than $1 million after determining a newly married couple unhappy with her work launched a social media campaign to post falsehoods about her. The Dallas County jury found Friday that the campaign against Andrea Polito amounted to defamation. The jury unanimously found the couple acted of… Read more »

Can “Do It Yourself” Projects Jeopardize Your insurance?

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A personal Insurance Update Many people are remodeling their homes these days.  However, before you jump into a project, you might consider the following home insurance issues.  Most homeowner’s policies are based on a value of your home that fluctuates based on the “like kind and quality” that existed when the policy was first placed…. Read more »

Read This Before You Start Your Home Improvement Project

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A Home Insurance Update You may be looking for ways to improve your home. Perhaps you want to upgrade your kitchen, replace a leaky roof, or add on that sunroom you have always wanted.  Before you get started, however, you’ll want to know how that remodeling project can affect your insurance needs. Update Your Homeowner’s… Read more »

How To Prepare Your Business For A Loss?

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A Business Insurance Update Your business insurance can respond to many kinds of risks and losses.  Protecting your business from loss can mean the difference between having a great year, and having to close your doors.  According to the Insurance Information Institute, 30% of businesses that have a fire never re-open.  Therefore, it pays to… Read more »