You've had a fire and many of your possessions have been singed to a crisp. It's time to file that homeowner's claim, but can you remember everything that was destroyed?
As we experience more extreme weather and floods increase across the country, the National Flood Insurance Program is poised to make a shift in how it prices its policies that is expected to have a drastic effect on premiums for many homeowners.
When you own a home, you may have extenuating circumstances and/or own property that your insurance may not cover.
If you or one of your kids has a new drone and are excited about flying it, one issue that you need to be aware of is invading another person's privacy, particularly if you are flying it around your neighborhood and capture images of your neighbors and their backyards.
During the winter months, driving conditions can become hazardous as the weather gets less predictable. In extreme conditions, it is better to stay off the roads altogether; however, this is not always possible. There are several essential steps you can take to reduce your risk.
Every winter, about 250,000 households find themselves with messes from pipes that freeze and burst. In addition to erupting and filling a room with water, a burst pipe can cause thousands of dollars in damage.
You've had an accident and your vehicle is in bad shape. After you report your claim, the insurance company sends out an adjuster to determine if it is worth paying out for the required repairs or instead of paying you for the value of the vehicle at the time of the accident.
One misconception about homeowner's liability insurance coverage is that it only covers incidents in the home.
In fact, coverage under the comprehensive personal liability portion of your homeowner's policy is not limited by location. It is, however, limited by the liability caps on your policy.
Snow has arrived for many parts of the country, and that means it's time to brush up on tips for safe winter driving, especially in snow.
The roads can get slick and visibility can dwindle, so always take it easy, drive calmly and stay safe. Whether you've driven in snow often, a short while, or never, it's always a good idea to brush up on the basics to help you stay safe during this time of year.
Buyers of long-term care insurance often focus on just the coverage basics, such as the level of daily benefits, length of coverage, and under what conditions the policy will pay a claim.
While these basics form the chassis of the policy, long-term care policies offer a host of other options that may prove beneficial to the policyholder.