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Flood Insurance

10 Facts About Flood Insurance, Without Drowning in Details

  Hurricane Henri making landfall near New York City and travelled north. Next Ida slammed New Orleans. Finally, Larry made landfall all the way up in Newfoundland. With such a large geographic span of where hurricanes hit, you might be thinking that unless your in the middle of a California wildfire, you could need flood […]

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How do I prepare for a tornado warning?

  A tornado warning usually comes with only one days warning. This means now is a good time to make sure both your home and your homeowners insurance are up to date. This post covers the steps to take to make sure you’re ready before the next tornado warning Start by getting a rating on […]

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12 Risks to Prepare for During National Preparedness Month

  Were you prepared for this pandemic? You’re not alone. Nobody was. Hopefully we all learned a lesson. Nearly one and a half years into the pandemic, and September being National Preparedness Month (NPM), there’s no time to start preparing like now. The 2020 theme for National Preparedness Month is: Prepare to Protect. Preparing for […]

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Is Cheap Car Insurance Worth The Price?

  Is there anyone that doesn’t want cheap car insurance? Saving money on car insurance is definitely a good thing. In an economy where prices on everything, except income, are rising fast, saving money is good. Cheap insurance doesn’t always mean bad insurance. Also, expensive insurance doesn’t always mean good insurance. Click the button below […]

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