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Evaluating the Flood History of a Home

You’ve decided to buy a Florida home in 2020 and one of the first things you’ll be doing is making sure the home you’re interested in undergoes inspection. This is a smart move as it can potentially reveal issues that may make you think twice about purchasing. For example, maybe the home has a history…Continued

Liability Coverage Is Essential

Homeowners insurance is usually designed to help restore or replace your home and property if some insured risks, such as fire or robbery, harm them. If a guest is injured in your house, and you unintentionally harm the property of another party, most homeowner policies also provide liability coverage. The homeowners’ insurance personal liability section…Continued

Does Your Policy Cover Pets ?

    While many of us view pets are four-legged members of the family, it’s worth remembering that these are animals which, if scared or agitated, can become aggressive and possibly bite someone. With the holiday season just around the corner, you’re probably going to have more people over; make sure you’re protecting yourself from…Continued

Summer means two things – construction and hurricanes

It’s summertime, so we can expect two things: lots of construction, and lots of storms. Last year, Hurricane Irma rampaged through Miami and caused billions in damage. The construction from Irma is taking place almost everywhere. And with hurricane season on us again, we have to keep an eye out for more damaging hurricanes that…Continued

New Hurricane Coverage Will Pay for More than Usual

Sometimes, hurricane insurance doesn’t cover everything you need. If something exceeds your deductible, or you don’t have flood insurance, then you may end up paying a lot. But a new insurance product has appeared that will cover what traditional hurricane policies don’t. This new insurance product is called StormPeace, and it’s sold by a company…Continued

Hurricane Season is Less Than a Month Away

Next month will signal the arrival of hurricane season and if last year was any indication, it will likely be another unpredictable storm season for South Florida, with the looming possibility of one actually hitting us (i.e.: Hurricane Irma). If you haven’t yet considered flood insurance, your time may be running out. As we’ve mentioned…Continued