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Insuring Your Valentine’s Day Gem Dandy

It’s that time of year again. Store greeting card aisles are packed, florists are pulling overtime, and all of the nicest restaurants in town are booked. Yes, Valentine’s Day is upon us. And in preparation for it, some people are shelling out big bucks to impress their significant others. In fact, according to the National […]

Super Bowl Insurance? Yes, There Is!

With 111.3 million viewers in 2012 (making it the most viewed broadcast of any kind in American history), and 108.4 million in 2013, the Super Bowl’s magnitude should not be underestimated. So how do you insure an event this big? The answer comes in many different layers, from the event planners to the fans’ couches. […]

Home Insurance Coverage Quiz: How Much Do You Know?

Pretty confident you know what’s covered under your homeowners insurance policy? Take our coverage quiz to see whether that confidence is justified. 1) True or false: A standard home insurance policy will help pay the medical bills for someone who sustains an injury on your property? True, but only if that person does not take […]

It’s Cold in Here: What to do When the Mercury Falls

With winter storms knocking on many U.S. doors again, keeping warm is top of mind. While many homeowners stick to traditional forms of heating such as forced air or radiant heating, some people opt for alternative heating sources ranging from wood stoves to small space heaters. But before you opt in for one of these, […]

5 New Year’s Resolutions that Help with Home Insurance

We all make New Year’s resolutions, each of us with a different level of conviction. Some follow our self-made prescriptions for the New Year religiously, but most don’t. Now, you may have another incentive to stick to your New Year’s goals: the insurance perks they could earn you. These perks probably aren’t the main reason […]

It’s a Wonderful Insurance

Face it, everyone loves It’s a Wonderful Life. Who can’t relate to the story of how one man’s seemingly insignificant life touches so many others? Who can resist tearing up at least a bit when the town comes to George Bailey’s aid? Who can watch without seeing all the insurance risks throughout the movie? OK, […]