Tag: fire insurance

14
Jun

It’s Heating Up, Which Means Fire Season is Upon Us

Fire is one of the most devastating of disasters. It destroys the possessions as well as, in many cases, the memories attached to some of those possessions. That photograph of grandparents on their wedding day is irreplaceable. The risk of fire is increased during fire season, when conditions are dangerously favorable to fires. There are many reasons why fire insurance

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27
Feb

Tenant, Beware! The Perils of Leasing

If you are a tenant, you might believe that you have avoided many loss exposures, such as fire damage to the structure, associated with owning the building. However, have you read your lease lately? Really read it? Many leases contain extensive insurance requirements that the tenant (you) must agree to meet. Although these usually include liability from your actions and

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11
Oct

Protect Your Business From Fire

A recent report describes the fire-protection systems in many of the nation’s assisted living facilities are dismal. Many are missing basic safeguards such as smoke alarms and sprinklers. As a result, these facilities have suffered an average of one fatal fire per month during the past five years. In an industry this large, and with deep emotional implications, this matter

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31
Aug

Five Things You Should Know About Condo Association Insurance

A condominium unit owner usually has their own insurance policy that covers for loss of personal belongings, parts of the building that the condominium agreement makes individual owners responsible for insuring, the additional cost of living elsewhere after a fire damages a unit, and legal liability for injuries or damages suffered by others. In turn, the condominium association has its

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24
Aug

Just Because You’re A Renter Doesn’t Mean You Don’t Have Insurance Needs

Many renters mistakenly believe that they don’t need Renter’s insurance or view it as an expensive luxury. However, insurance needs aren’t negated just because one happens to be renting their home. For those not familiar with Renter’s insurance, it’s an insurance coverage that protects the renter from property losses from damages like water and fire. It also provides protection for

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26
Jul

Limit The Effects Natural Disasters Have on Your Life

As the fun and sun of summer arrives, so does the threat of many natural disasters. Happenings like earthquakes are always a threat, but floods, wildfires, hurricanes, tornadoes, and such are more apt to strike in the warmer summer months. There are three very important steps you can take to limit the effect natural disasters have on your life and

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