The Insurance Family Blog

Which Homeowners Policy is Right for Me?

Posted by Susie Scherff on October 31, 2011 at 11:05 AM

If you own a home, you’ll want to think about the best way to insure it. One goal is to match your needs to the right company. Some companies like new, high-valued homes while some companies do well with older or historic preservation homes. Others are comfortable with country homes or old farm homes. It pays to shop around, both for the best coverage and for a company that likes your type of home.

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Topics: Home Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, Personal Property Insurance, Condominium Insurance, Fire Insurance, dwelling fire policy, Personal Liability, Insurance Policy Types, Homeowners Coverages

A “Storm From Hell” That California Homeowners Should Be Prepared For

Posted by Susie Scherff on August 19, 2011 at 8:30 AM

California residents can sympathize. Earlier this week, residents of Pawnee County in Oklahoma endured a hellish wildfire that caused at least one death, destroyed 40 homes and did an estimated $20 Million dollars worth of physical damage. The emotional toll from this wildfire is incalculable, and we hope all the homeowners involved had adequate home insurance coverage.

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Topics: Fire Insurance, dwelling fire policy

Fire Insurance For California Homes – A Wise Bet

Posted by Susie Scherff on August 3, 2011 at 12:16 PM

In California, we take pride in our homes. Especially when it comes to protecting them, we want to do everything we can to insure our homes from as many risks as possible. Unfortunately, every year, California fires destroy property and even take lives. 

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Topics: Building Insurance, Fire Insurance, dwelling fire policy

Can your Auto Shop Business Survive a Fire?

Posted by Silicon Cloud on July 8, 2011 at 10:00 AM

One of the top risks to an automotive business is fire so it is essential that your business is both prepared for and protected against such hazards. Fires in an auto shop can start from very small sources but can rapidly become raging infernos – causing extensive damage to your property as well as your finances. Implementing effective fire prevention rules will help reduce risks but will that help rebuild your business?

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Topics: Building Insurance, Auto Insurance, Fire Insurance