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Black Friday & Your Insurance

Getting a great deal on Black Friday is awesome!  What’s not-so-awesome? The long lines, rude people, fighting and arguing for the best deal, and worst of all… the traffic. Many of us enjoy online shopping for Black Friday, but for those that head out, watch out for some potential areas of trouble for yourself, your gifts, and your car! Sleepy drivers Black Friday starts early now, most of the time it’s on the evening of Thanksgiving Day.  Not only have most folks eaten more than their fill of turkey and all the trimmings, they likely weren’t able to squeeze in a power nap with the hustle and bustle of the holiday.  The later (or earlier) it gets, the more you may run into some not-so-attentive drivers. The bad news is that after an accident, your rates will typically increase, especially in the event that you are at fault for the accident....
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Protect Your Possessions with Renter's Insurance

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Many renters overlook a simple, affordable solution to a problem they may not even know they have. Without renter's insurance, no one will pay for your personal possessions destroyed or damaged by fire, water, smoke, or burglary. Too often, renters believe their landlord is responsible for repairing or replacing their personal possessions in case of disaster. However, the landlord's insurance usually only covers damage to the building. Their insurance will repair the roof and paint the walls, but it won't replace that laptop or television you lost in the deluge from a broken water pipe. Also, if you live in an apartment complex, you risk other tenants’ belongings, in case you’re at fault for damages. The good news is that renter's insurance is affordable . Unlike homeowner's insurance, it does not have to cover the surrounding land and all the risk that comes with it. These low premiums offer a lot of...
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4 Burglary Prevention Tips for When You Are Away

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If you’re going on vacation this season, don't leave behind a trail showing that nobody is home. If you will be out of your house for a few weeks or even a few days, make sure that nobody will notice. Here are four burglary prevention tips for when you are away. Use a Timer Clock for Household Lights Leaving your house dark for nights on end is a sure sign that you are not home. However, having the same lights on for a few weeks straight is not the best alternative. Instead, use an automatic clock timer to preset some of your lights to turn on and off, as if there is activity in the house. Nowadays, you could even control lights and other electronics while away with smart home technology. Remove Snow Buildup If a snowfall occurs while you are away and your driveway remains unplowed for days, burglars will be...
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