It’s not uncommon to think you don’t need renter’s insurance. Since you don’t own the property you rent, damages from what happens to it shouldn’t be up for you to pay for, right? Well …not exactly. While your landlord’s policy protects the building you live in, your personal belongings are not covered under that policy. You also aren’t protected in any way from getting sued by others.
Picture this: You have a week off from work. You’re getting out of Massachusetts and going on a road trip. You’re cruising down the highway. The wind is blowing through your hair, your favorite playlist is playing, the kids are miraculously behaving in the back seat.
We know nobody is ever excited to get their insurance bill. Whether it’s your personal home/renters/car insurance policy, or your commercial policy for your business, insurance is just one of those things you need, but wish you didn’t have to pay for. Even though you can’t get around paying your insurance bill, fortunately, there are many options nowadays that can make paying easier.
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Did you know June 28th is National Insurance Awareness Day? OK, OK — we realize not everybody is as insurance-obsessed as us, and you probably didn’t know that.
Your child is going off to college. I know your mind is probably racing with all sorts of thoughts and decisions about your evolving family and household. What will your new schedule look like? How much less food do you need to buy each week? What exactly should you do with the newly empty bedroom? And how in the world will you get through each day without being able to watch over your “baby” at every waking moment? Wow, this is all so scary …
If you're at all like us, you likely have a car in your garage or driveway that isn't currently getting a lot of attention. Whether it is due to seasonal downtime, traveling, working remotely, or even a pandemic - you may think it is fine to give a car a break and come back to the same as you left it. However, this may not be the case.