Life insurance is absolutely essential if there’s someone you care about who would suffer if you and your financial contributions were no longer in the picture. This could include a spouse, children, disabled family members, aging parents or anyone else who depends on your earnings to make ends meet. There are several different types of insurance. … Continue reading Why Is Life Insurance Worth It?
Don’t let these five misconceptions delay you from protecting your loved ones with life insurance. More people are preparing for the unexpected. The untimely death of a loved one once seemed like a remote possibility. But the pandemic has brought a new awareness of how vulnerable life can be. Numbers from LIMRA, a life insurance … Continue reading Top Five Life Insurance Myths
Your company may need insurance to survive certain unexpected—but possible—challenges. Nobody likes buying insurance. It can be confusing and expensive, and you won’t see any benefit unless you have a loss, accident, or claim. But insurance can make or break your business. Without the right insurance, a theft or fire can cause devastating losses. A … Continue reading What is Business Owner’s Insurance and When Do You Need It?
You have probably noticed higher prices in many areas of your life. From gas to groceries, prices are going up with the U.S reaching inflation levels never seen before – and the insurance industry is not immune to this trend. Across the industry in most markets and with most insurance companies, whether you’ve had a … Continue reading How Inflated Material Costs Affect Insurance Premiums
Could you afford to replace your entire wardrobe if your apartment caught fire? What about your phone, your laptop and all your furniture? If the answer is no, you probably need renters insurance. “Renters insurance can’t stop awful things from occurring, but it can make life a little easier if and when they do occur.” … Continue reading Why Get Renters Insurance?
1. Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall said he was punished for misbehavior in school by being forced to recite the Constitution and ultimately memorizing it. Marshall was the first African American ever appointed to the United States Supreme Court. He was appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson and served on the Supreme Court from 1967 … Continue reading Black History Month
A quick look at your calendar will tell you it’s about that time—when your insurance is up for renewal. Regardless of what type of insurance it is, from home, auto, or business, it’s often easy to continue your same coverage from one year to the next. However, that approach might not always be the best … Continue reading Renewing Your Insurance Policy
Whether you’ve gotten into a fender bender or totaled your car, accidents are scary. No matter the cause – weather and road conditions, irresponsible driving behavior, or something unforeseen – you should be prepared for any possibility. Even the most careful drivers can be involved in an accident, which is why we’ve provided these nine … Continue reading What To Do After An Accident
For the past decade, distracted driving has taken U.S. roadways by storm, endangering not only the distracted drivers, but their passengers, pedestrians and others on the road — including bicyclists. The past year has brought a lot of distractions and changes in our life, but when we’re behind the wheel we must be focused on … Continue reading Avoid Distractions While Driving
Whether you’re commuting to work or taking a long road trip, it’s best to prepare for when plans go awry. That’s why you need to keep several things in your car in case something goes wrong during your travels. Seasonal weather is also a factor concerning what to keep in your vehicle, so as summer … Continue reading What To Keep In Your Car