Archive for the ‘Flood Insurance’ Category

How Your Business Can Recover From a Natural Disaster

Thursday, September 21st, 2017

A Business Insurance Update Hurricane Harvey’s impact will be felt for the next three to five years, maybe even longer.  Many affected businesses may not survive.  It is our hope that all the people and businesses impacted by Harvey will recover as soon as possible.  For those businesses that had flood insurance, the recovery will…Read More

Business Insurance Can Keep Your Business Afloat

Thursday, August 31st, 2017

A Business Insurance Update Buying business insurance is like investing in your business.  While you may never have a claim, if you do the resources provided by your insurer can keep your business going.  That is why it is important to have an agent who understands your needs and can help you design a business…Read More

Five Mistakes People Make When Buying Homeowner’s Insurance

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

Buying Homeowner’s Insurance With all the options you have these days buying the right kind of homeowner’s insurance can be confusing. Some advertisements want us to believe that purchasing homeowner’s insurance should only take 7 minutes! Making purchases too quickly can cause mistakes.  Taking time to consider your options can save you money and future…Read More

Flooding…you never know when to expect!

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

Flooding can happen just about anywhere when you least expect it, even in the desert! As remnants of Tropical Storm Javier swept through the Southwest in early August, Tucson was heavy hit with flash floods as reported by the Associated Press. Most recently, the devastation in Louisiana has affected over 50,000 homes and of those…Read More

Buy Flood Insurance before Drowning in your Sorrows!

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

According to a recent LA Times article, FEMA is urging Californians to buy flood insurance before El Nino repeats itself from the last event of 1997-1998. The NOAA’s 2015 U.S. Winter Outlook (December through February) currently states the following: Precipitation Outlook: Wetter-than-average conditions most likely in the Southern Tier of the United States, from central…Read More

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