The first step in choosing your next (and possibly your first) Florida auto insurance policy is understanding Florida laws relevant to car insurance and how they will affect you. Once you understand what is legally required, then you can look at how to customize your policy to fit your precise needs, with the help of a trusted insurance agent.
If you've just purchased a boat for the first time in Florida, or if you've just moved south and brought your boat with you, you will want to get your new vessel legal and safe for Florida's amazing waterways as soon as possible.
What if someone is injured on my property and I'm sued for tens of thousands of dollars? This is a real fear in today's litigation-prone environment, and the end result could be financial ruin or even losing your home due to inability to pay.
In a previous blog, we discussed the difference between term life and whole life and how to know which one to choose in different situations. Here, we can go on to look at another important, if less common, form of life insurance: universal life.
In a previous blog, we dealt with "non-owned vehicle coverage" as part of a commercial auto policy. But this is not exactly the same as "hired auto" coverage on most policies, though the exact terminology and arrangements vary from insurer to insurer.
Boat insurance quotes, as with all insurance, vary greatly and for a wide variety of reasons. In order to properly evaluate an boat insurance quote and understand what you may be able to do to get a lower one, you need to be aware of the major factors that determine your premium amount.
As in other states, Florida auto insurance companies offer several different ways you can protect yourself against property claims and auto repair expenses in the aftermath of a collision. Understanding how each of these different coverage types work, and how they can form a part of your overall plan for property damage protection with your car insurance, is crucial.
For many Florida residents, a big part of the convenience of owning their own boat is owning their own dock to go with it. Protecting yourself against property damage and liability suits via boat insurance may be only part of the equation. Protecting your dock is important too!
There are many add-ons (riders) you can add to your homeowners insurance policy and many ways you can customize it to your exact needs. These include such things as detached structure coverage, for example, which might even be necessary to cover your garage if it's not attached to your main dwelling.
If you are looking for life insurance, you already realize the benefits this kind of insurance offers and the pitfalls it helps you avoid. You probably also understand that it's never too early to invest in a good policy and that the younger and healthier you are when you sign up, the lower your premiums will be in proportion to the death benefit.
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