In Florida, owning a boat and using it is almost as common as owning a car - and that's only a slight exaggeration! With water surrounding our state on three sides and no part of it very far from the sea or from "boat-able" lakes, rivers, and canals, it's no wonder that boating and fishing are so popular in this part of the country.
Today's homeowners insurance market in Florida is quite robust, but it can also be quite complex to the uninitiated. There are many types of home policies, and you can, in fact, customize your own policy to fit your exact needs and preferences.
If you are buying homeowners insurance for the first time, or even for the second of third time for that matter, you may have some questions about the details of what is and is not covered.
No matter who you are, how old you are, or what life situation you are currently in, there is a life insurance policy out there that will work for you. There are many types of life insurance and many ways you can customize your policy to fit your exact needs.
Every part of your home is covered in one way or another and to one degree or another by a standard homeowners insurance policy, but not every cause of damage is included. This applies to foundation damage as well.
In some past articles, we looked at various types of boat insurance for different types of boats - including, for example, boat insurance for powerboats. Here, we will conclude this little series with a look at how two final types of boats are insured - sailboats and small watercraft.
While homeowners' insurance focuses primarily on protecting your building, it also covers certain aspects of your landscaping - and you can add riders to make it cover even more if you wish.
Pet insurance is becoming more and more common these days, but most insured pets are dogs. What about cats? Are there good pet insurance policies available for them too? Indeed there are!
As a Florida homeowner, you have a lot of risks to protect your life's biggest financial investment against. But one of the most significant ones to consider is that of a lightning strike. There are a number of serious losses you can suffer when lightning strikes your home - including but not limited to a house fire. Here are the major facts you need to know about how homeowners insurance can protect you from lightning damage.
You may have been offered vision insurance through your employer or may be thinking about getting a private policy soon. But, perhaps, you aren't quite sure whether vision coverage is something you should invest in.
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