Most of us can pinch a penny like it’s our job. We know all the short cuts to saving a buck or two. And insurance is one of the few places it’s understandable for our natural saving instincts to come – premiums are not cheap. But insurance is actually one of the few places where this penny pinching tendency doesn’t come in handy. What happens is, people enroll in different policies at different insurance agencies, and they save money; but then they crash their car, and have no idea which agency to call. Continue reading One Insurance Agency To Rule Them All
We often speak of accidents on the road, but what about accidents on the water? If you own a boat, you are equally responsible for other “boaters” on the water, as you would be drivers on the road. Boating safety is a serious issue. In 2013, there were 4,062 boating accidents with $39 million dollars in property damage. You probably spent a good chunky of money on your boat, and certainly lots of time and more money fixing it up, prepping it for summer fun. Don’t let all that go to waste by ignoring the very important factor of boat insurance!
When it comes to driving technology, most insurance companies claim to ensure safe driving, but that just means they protect you once you’ve already had an accident. What about an insurance company that actively prevents you from having an accident? Not through safe driving rewards, but through technology that monitors your every driving move, in real-time, as well as the traffic around you, to guide and inform of the likeliest outcome. Patterns based on your driving history, the exact position and speed of your vehicle and others, your health, all-encompassing cameras.. This is just a snippet of Allstate’s newest innovation: a driving-behavior database technology.
You are going to lose those extra 20 pounds, read more and drink 8 full glasses of water everyday, right? While those may be honorable and life enriching resolutions, where is the practicality in that? It’s time to think about 2015 in a different light. It’s time to set yourself up with goals and resolutions that not only matter but also save you money. Many look right past those insurance bills as a way to cut cost.
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house (single family, homeowners insurance eligible)
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care (preventative fire hazard)
In hopes that St Nicholas (intruder? home security discount) soon would be there.
Continue reading Twas The (Insurance) Night Before Christmas
Holiday shopping can be fun and exhausting; joyful yet stressful. Throw in the added hassle of arguing over parking spaces, fender benders, vehicle break-ins, and even car theft can turn any holiday shopping outing into a nightmarish event. Check out these tips for a safe, happy theft preventing holiday season.
After a full academic year of intense study, and one last push through final exams, most college students can’t wait for summer break. Thoughts of days that don’t require study, fun with family and friends, and perhaps, plans for travel fill the minds of those ready for a few months of relaxation.
In your family, dogs play an important role as guards, companions, and friends. Unfortunately, this partnership between man and dog is not without problems. Many of us have an unfair opinion that only Dobermans, Rottweilers, Pit Bulls and German Shepherds are responsible for these attacks. But that is not the case. All breeds, large or small can attack if provoked. In Fact, many of the bites come from smaller dogs that lead us to conclude that any dog can be defined as a “dangerous dog”.
That’s right, you read the title correctly. Insurance is really just a scam to get your hard earned money out of your wallet and into “their” pockets. If one of these 5 reasons apply to you, feel free to skip the insurance.
The characters of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” — the popular TV drama set in an apocalyptic, zombie-ridden Georgia — face a set of disastrous circumstances familiar to many a zombie-flick fan. The few survivors of a mysterious plague are in a life-and-death battle against hordes of “walkers,” those who have died and then risen on a quest to devour the living.