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Homeowners and Renters Insurance FAQ
Am I required to have homeowners insurance? Are all polices the same? Does my homeowner's policy cover property that my child took to his college dorm if it is stolen or damaged? Does my policy cover damage caused when a tree on my property fell on my car? Does my policy cover damage done to inventory ... READ MORE

Flood Insurance: High Water Brings High Costs
Water is one of the most destructive forces of nature. Just a couple of inches can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home and belongings. Just think about how much damage a few feet of water can cause. Do you need flood insurance? Will you be able to get it if you need it? You may be surprised. ... READ MORE

Learn from Alabama and Be Ready for Spring Storms
The images and storm reports from Alabama leave even veteran storm chasers speechless, humbled and in awe. The 2011 spring storm season has barely started and the statistics are hard to believe. The tally for reported tornadoes in April stands at almost 900. May is usually the worst month for spring ... READ MORE

Who's Responsible for Man-Made Disasters?
  In September 2010, a natural gas pipeline exploded in San Bruno, California Mishaps often happen when it comes to making or delivering the resources we need and use each day Generally, those who cause a man-made disaster, like the gas explosion, are legally responsible for the damage caused Know what ... READ MORE

Seasonal Fire Safety Checklist
Fires during the holiday season kill many hundreds of people and cause millions of dollars of property damage each year. Thanksgiving is the leading day for home cooking fires. Christmas trees alone account for 200 fires annually. Here are steps you can take to safely stay warm and festive this year. ... READ MORE

When a Disaster Hits Your Home-Based Business
In 2004, over 20 million Americans did some work at home as part of their primary jobs. That number has almost certainly increased since then. Anyone who works from home - whether it's a home-based business or home office - should think about what would happen when a disaster hits your home. Prepare ... READ MORE

Surviving a Hurricane
Each year brings a new hurricane season for US coastal states. Usually, the seasons start and end on the same dates: They begin June 1 for the Atlantic Ocean coast and May 15 for Eastern Pacific coastal states. Both seasons end November 30. That's a long time, and predicting when and where a hurricane ... READ MORE

Be Prepared and Be Safe at Home
September is National Preparedness Month, a time to learn about the simple things you can do to prepare for emergencies and keep your family safe when they strike. It's also a good time look around the house and take steps to prevent accidents and injuries before they happen. Emergencies Natural or man-made, ... READ MORE

Disasters and Address Changes
When a disaster strikes your family and your home, it is overwhelming. Not only must you deal with the mental and physical after-effects of a catastrophe, but you must also address all of the details necessary to move forward. Among those are a number of companies and government agencies that should ... READ MORE

FEMA or Federal Disaster Assistance Obtaining Assistance
Each year, and season, we hear about the latest natural disaster around the country: fires, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, the list seems endless about the damages the weather brings us. Not all areas affected by disaster are equal. The first step to begin rebuilding and getting the help ... READ MORE


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MIA Bulletin 12-15: Proposed New Regulations Involving Property Claims After Hurricanes

On August 9, 2012, the Maryland Insurance Administration issued Bulletin 12-15, wherein it presented proposed regulations impacting insurers who apply percentage deductibles to hurricane or storm clai ... Read more

MIA Warns Against Improper Property & Casualty Insurance Claims Handling Practices

On August 3, 2012, the Maryland Insurance Administration issued Bulletin 12-14, asserting that Property and Casualty carriers have recently been developing a habit of violating various regulations con ... Read more

Hurricane Irene

Hurricane Irene has devistated all of upstate New York. We are ready to advise our existing clients as well as new clients on all of their insrance related questions.

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