All too often, individuals and families are not adequately protected or properly prepared at the time of a loss. Some studies estimate that over 70% of American homes are underinsured. Learn more about how you can protect you and your family thanks to some of the coverages we propose below.
Auto Insurance is often thought to be a commodity; nothing could be further from the truth. Hundreds of insurance companies provide auto insurance to consumers, and each has its own unique coverages.
Condo owners have a specific insurance policy that was designed just for their needs. It’s commonly referred to as a Condo Insurance Policy, or as an HO 6 in insurance lingo.
The purpose of Disability Income Insurance is to provide financial resources to you if you become sick or injured, and cannot work for a period of time.
Homeowners Insurance provides two broad categories of coverage. First, it protects your physical possessions such as your house and your contents. Secondly, it covers your liability
Individual Health Insurance
Consumers are facing a challenge when it comes to their healthcare. With the drastically escalating cost of healthcare expenses, the thought of tackling the issue without health insurance can seem overwhelming.
Life Insurance is often referred to as final expense insurance. However, there are numerous types of life insurance, and many different uses for life insurance.
Insuring your motorcycle is simple, whether you’re riding a sport bike, big cruiser or custom bike. The key is to make sure you’re protected before you hit the road.
Non-Owner Auto Insurance
Personal Umbrella Insurance
Umbrella policies are typically available in increments of $1 million, and are designed to provide coverage over and above that which is provided by other liability policies, such as home and auto insurance.
Rental Dwelling Insurance
Often referred to as Landlord Insurance, is a policy specifically designed to meet the needs of those who rent out a home they own.