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5 Boat Safety Tips for the Summer

When people are out boating in the summer, safety can sometimes take a backseat to pleasure. This could be a tragic mistake. In 2020, there were 5,265 boating accidents in the U.S., causing 767 fatalities and 3,191 injuries, as reported by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG). Enjoy the sun and the water but keep the following boat safety tips in mind. Don’t Drink While Boating...

6 Things You Shouldn’t Store in Your Garage

A garage helps protect your vehicles from exposure to the elements. It can also be a convenient location for storing items you don’t want to keep in the house. Keeping some items in the garage can create a health and safety risk for you and your family. Never store these six things in your garage: Propane Tanks If you barbecue outdoors, you may keep propane...

Understanding What Your Home Insurance Policy Covers

Understanding your home insurance policy and what it covers is essential but easier said than done. Insurance contracts are written in a legal language unfamiliar to most of us. To understand your coverage, you may want to get help from a local insurance agent. You need to know what is covered – hopefully long before you need to file a claim. You likely have homeowners'...

How to Travel Safely with Travel Insurance

Planning a trip? We all look forward to trips to other states or countries or enjoying a cruise. You may not consider “What if something goes wrong?” but life can throw a curveball, and travel insurance can save the day when it does. What is Vacation Travel Insurance? Vacation travel insurance protects you when you visit another state or country. It is structured to help...

Flood, Water Backup, & Seepage Coverage

Knowing which water perils are (and aren't) covered can help ensure you don't get soaked come claim time. When it comes to insurance, not all water damage is the same. Let’s look at how perils such as flood, water backup, and seepage differ: Flood Flooding—water damage that occurs from water breaching an egress threshold of your home (for example, a window or doorway)—is defined by...

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