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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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Not All Home Insurance Lives Under One Roof

While much of the insurance industry is attempting to commoditize insurance protection with cute commercials and a focus on price – rather than coverage and claims service – Central has taken the opposite approach and continues to offer innovative solutions…

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Your Flood Risk is Rising

When my wife and I bought our first home, the last thing on our mind was that it could be damaged by a flood. After consulting with our realtor, our neighbors, and examining the impressive sump-pump system in the basement,…

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Why Certain Dog Breeds Are in the Insurance Doghouse

I have a number of friends – and clients – who are dog lovers. Some are more passionate than others about their four-legged friends and this can lead to uncertainty, confusion, and even anger over insurance company rules pertaining to…

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Diminish the Damage of Hurricane Season

The start of summer also means the start of hurricane season, running from June 1st through November 30th.  Meteorologists love to make predictions about how many hurricanes will make landfall and their potential severity.  Unless you live in a high-risk area that…

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Insuring the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

Since starting a career in the insurance industry, I’ve come to understand the importance of having proper insurance coverages and the consequences those face without it. Even in some of my favorite books, shows, and movies the characters could have…

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When the In-Laws Move In: Are They Covered?

As the Baby Boomer generation continues to grow older, it’s not uncommon to see aging parents move in with their grown children. Regardless of the reason, this situation is becoming more widespread and could potentially create insurance ramifications.  In fact,…

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