Tag: liability insurance

22
Oct

Halloween Horrors Covered by Your Homeowners Insurance

Your homeowners insurance will protect you from Halloween home mishaps. Halloween is one of the best nights of the year for children! Unfortunately, this playful, mischievous manner could turn into mayhem when a trick-or-treater trips or your jack-o’-lantern is knocked over. Fortunately, you can cackle your way through this night as most homeowners insurance policies cover these nightmare situations! Tricksters

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16
Sep

Your Teen Drivers Need Car Insurance (Even If They Don’t Have A Car)

How to get your teen drivers the car insurance they need. In theory, your teen becoming a licensed driver takes a lot off your plate. You don’t have to drive to school in the mornings, you’re not responsible for shuttling your teen and his or her friends to after-school activities, and you free yourself from playing weekend chauffeur. Unfortunately, though,

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11
Aug

How To Lower The Cost Of Insuring Your Teen Driver

If you have a teenage driver on your hands, you know that your auto insurance premium is highly affected by adding them to your coverage. However, you don’t have to be emptying the bank account to insure your teen driver. Back to school time is the perfect opportunity to think about how you can save on your auto insurance. As

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23
Oct

What Types of Business Insurance Are Available

If you own your own business, there are quite a few insurance products you can use to protect yourself against possible loss and damage. A comprehensive insurance plan will include all of these insurance policies, and there may be discounts available for bundling multiple insurance options together. Workers’ compensation insurance is required by most states for full-time employees. It will

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6
Mar

Auto Liability Insurance: How Much is Enough?

Do you know what the three numbers that are usually written like this xx/yy/zz on your Auto Liability insurance? The first number refers to the maximum amount of Bodily Injury Liability (BI) for an individual injured in an auto accident; the second is BI per coverage per accident; while the third covers Property Damage Liability (PD) per vehicle. For example

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12
Feb

What is a “Separation of Insureds” Clause?

Did you know when signing a contract to do business with another entity, you are agreeing to add them as an insured under your Liability insurance? Several months later, an accident may arise from the contracted job, and the other party sues you for damages. Can you file a claim for this suit under the policy that covers both of

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