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Category: Claims


Protect Your Most Cherished Gifts from Identity Theft

The holidays are about so much more than exchanging presents…it’s a time to reflect on precious gifts in our lives. Family and friends gather around tables or in front of the fireplace laughing, remembering, and cherishing time together. This holiday…

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Shop But Don’t Drop (Your Coverages) – How to Avoid Black Friday Claims

Every year, my family and I look forward to our Thanksgiving traditions. We eat Thanksgiving dinner, watch TV, eat more Thanksgiving dinner, and then start making our Black Friday plans. We research all of the big deals, and then start…

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Your Tree Fell in Your Yard – Are You Covered?

  The past few months have been devastating for much of the country due to Hurricanes Florence and Michael causing a catastrophic amount of damage, especially in the southeast. There have been homes destroyed, businesses closed, and families displaced around…

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Creepin’ It Real: Halloween by the Numbers

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. Passing out candy, dressing up, and watching scary movies – I love it all. But Halloween is also a very busy time of year for insurance companies, agents, and claims representatives. Let’s “creep…

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Safely Prepare for Your Guests to Prevent the Holiday Mess

Fall is the most popular American season according to YouGov.com. This favorite time of year means pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, cooler weather, and lots of holiday planning! The change in season brings a few specific things you should be focusing on…

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Don’t Scoot Yourself Out of Insurance Coverage

Fleets of dockless electric scooters made by companies such as Bird and Lime have sprouted up in a number of urban areas throughout the country. Bird advertises on their website that they now offer their service in over 100 cities…

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Protecting Your Produce: The Benefits of Spoilage Coverage

According to Statista, total retail and food services sales in the United States totaled 5.32 trillion dollars in 2015.[i]  This includes perishable foods, which is food that “will spoil the most quickly and require refrigeration.”[ii] A recent article from fooddive.com notes…

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