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By: Corin Cook
February 29th, 2024

You don’t need us to tell you that losing a loved one is difficult. The realization that the presence of your close friend or family member will no longer be in your life is probably one of the hardest things you’ll ever have to go through.

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Individuals & Families | Learning Center | Home Insurance | Uncategorized | homeowners insurance | individuals and families

By: Corin Cook
February 27th, 2024

You can’t always prevent water from coming into your home, especially during this time of year. In fact, as I am writing this, I am watching a wind and rain storm that has been raging for the past seven hours.

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Personal Auto | Individuals & Families

By: Robbie Hoye
February 27th, 2024

Your auto insurance policy should protect you for any accident or claim you may encounter on the road. If you are reviewing your current auto policy or looking to build a new one, it can be a good idea to look at the most common claims drivers see to know what coverages you should add.

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Individuals & Families | Home Insurance

By: Robbie Hoye
February 27th, 2024

Your homeowners insurance policy is there to protect your property and assets in life's most devastating and unpredictable moments. While you can never be sure what damages will happen to your home, you should always strive to be prepared.

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Individuals & Families | Learning Center | Home Insurance | individuals and families | Life Insurance

By: Corin Cook
February 26th, 2024

Whether you just bought a new home (congratulations!) or are just looking over your existing policy, you may be wondering “Why is my coverage amount more or less than my home value? How much home insurance do I actually need? Shouldn't my policy coverage just cover the market value of the house?"

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Individuals & Families | Learning Center | Uncategorized | individuals and families | Life Insurance

By: Corin Cook
February 26th, 2024

Ahhh, trees. They’re beautiful to look at, create shade in your yard, and act as a habitat for the birds. But they also have more practical value -- they clean the air, slow water runoff, and buffer noise pollution. They even help save on energy costs and increase property value! They’re an appealing and sensible component of your property ... unless they fall on your home.