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Protect Yourself with Renters Insurance It’s common knowledge that if you own a home, you most likely need homeowners insurance to protect your investment and belongings. But if you rent a home or apartment, there’s a misconception that you do not need similar insurance protection. This is far from the truth. Renters insurance protects you

Ways to Save on your Insurance Costs in 2012 Unfortunately, due to the 2011 global catastrophic losses caused by natural disasters, like the tsunami and earthquakes in Japan and devastating earthquakes in New Zealand, we may be entering a hard property insurance market cycle. 2011 was a record-setting year for tornadoes in the United States

Renters Insurance Protects Your Possessions in South Carolina – 2012 Renting your home or apartment in Charleston, South Carolina does not mean that your landlord is responsible for protecting your belongings under the property’s insurance. If there is a fire, water damage, theft, or any other sort of unexpected damage you would more than likely

Personal Injury

Friday, 20 January 2012 by

Unlike accidental events that result in a person suffering a serious injury (called Bodily Injury) or property that is damaged or destroyed (called Property Damage); Personal Injury usually involves one person’s alleged interference with another person’s legal rights. It also applies to incidents that damages another person’s reputation. Personal Injury commonly includes the following acts:

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

Renters’ Insurance Needs

Thursday, 04 August 2011 by

[clear] Persons who live in apartments or rent a residence are fortunate. Most insurance companies can protect their assets and belongings by using a policy that is designed especially for tenants. Typical policies cover your possessions for common causes of loss, additional living expenses related to making other living arrangements, medical expenses for treating people