Central Insurance Companies

Category: Accident


Collision or Comprehensive: Which Coverage Applies?

With all the deer roaming around this time of year, it can be dangerous for people traveling on the road (see our recent blog post Oh Deer! Drive Defensively this Season). We also know that ice and snow are coming soon (if it…

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Oh Deer! Drive Defensively this Season

The most dangerous animal in the U.S. is not the sharp-clawed bear or the sharp-toothed shark. Surprisingly, it may be the kind, furry animal we grew up calling “Bambi.” And the most dangerous time of year is now!

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When Life Brings Storms, a Personal Umbrella Policy Protects You!

Many personal insurance policies provide liability coverage to protect you if you are sued as a result of an injury for which you are responsible, whether it is bodily injury or personal injury. We all know that lawsuits can stem…

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It May Have Been Covered but HOW Was It Covered?

If you’ve watched any college football over the past several years, you’ve probably seen multiple commercials from a certain insurance company that likes to show an imaginary college professor walking an individual through a building containing exhibits that represent different…

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Does your college student know what to do if they are involved in a car accident?

Going away to college is a big deal, and it comes with a lot more responsibility. One of them is being a responsible driver. What if they are in an accident or accused of hitting someone else’s car? Do they…

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Customized Insurance Coverage Is No Laughing Matter

My morning routine includes watching the local news while ironing my clothes so that I can look presentable to both the public and my coworkers. Several days ago, I was in the middle of this routine when the newscast cut…

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Don’t Reverse Safe Vehicle Backing Practices

I hate to admit it, but over the years I have had my fair share of mishaps when it comes to backing up vehicles. From hitting my dad’s car to eliminating a few small trees in the yard, and even…

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