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A Stormy Issue

Wednesday, 18 January 2012 by

When the topic of exotic, ideal locations for vacations comes up; island paradises and tropical locales are always popular. The water, the beaches, the warm winds are very attractive conditions. However, they are also the originating locales for tropical storms and hurricanes. The dark side of the tropics is that all of the water and

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

Homeowners: Hurricane Tips

Thursday, 21 April 2011 by

It is an unfortunate fact that many homeowners have to deal with the horrendous loss created by hurricanes. Hopefully, any affected person will own a homeowner insurance policy to help deal with the crisis. Persons who have suffered hurricane damage need to be aware of their responsibilities under the insurance policy in order to take

SC Coastal Risk Symposium

Friday, 08 April 2011 by

Coastal Risk Symposium The Travelers Institute chose South Carolina for its first symposium because of the state’s strong commitment to public-private partnerships to protect its coast as well as its dedication to coastal mitigation and a stable insurance regulatory environment. Moderated by Joan Woodward, Travelers Executive Vice President, Public Policy, and head of The Travelers

AIA Insurance Article

Friday, 08 April 2011 by

Local Agent on a Mission Nobody likes to talk about insurance,” Jules Anderson asserts. As an independent insurance agent and chairman of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of South Carolina (IIABSC), Anderson understands that his life’s work is viewed by many as a necessary evil. With that in mind, the insurance veteran of 37

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