The Variables of Auto Insurance

When thinking of purchasing a new vehicle, consider what your insurance premiums will cost. Statistics show smaller cars are typically driven at higher rates of speed by younger, riskier drivers. They are involved in more accidents, sustain more damage and are more expensive to insure. Larger vehicles, such as SUVs and pickup trucks may have […]

Nationwide Extending Payment Plans for Personal and Commercial Customers

Since March, Nationwide has provided customers financial relief upon request by waiving late fees, deferring payments and allowing mid-term policy changes without penalty.

Auto Insurance Companies Offering Help

Some of the top auto insurance companies are offering credits on April and May premiums, typically 15 to 20 percent, and nearly all insurance companies are waiving late-payment fees because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Traveler’s Launches Auto Credit Program

Traveler’s and E. R. Munro and Company know that many of you are doing your part to help stop the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home. That means many of you are driving fewer miles, resulting in a decrease in auto claims. With that in mind, Travelers has launched the Stay-at-Home Auto Premium Credit […]

Will Your Notary E&O Insurance Cover You When Doing Remote Online Notarizations?

In Pennsylvania, the governor has ordered a temporary waiver of the personal appearance rule for notaries in certain industries, i.e., court reporters and stenographers, and those notaries involved in personal and commercial real estate transactions.

Travel Insurance Doesn’t Cover Fear

If you bought a travel insurance policy, according to travel insurance comparison site squaremouth.com, viral outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics are not listed as a covered event. According to the site, “The coronavirus pandemic is considered a foreseen event by most travel insurance providers, meaning there are limited, if any, benefits available relating to the outbreak.” Further, […]

The Variables of Auto Insurance

When thinking of purchasing a new vehicle, consider what your insurance premiums will cost. Statistics show smaller cars are typically driven at higher rates of speed by younger, riskier drivers. They are involved in more accidents, sustain more damage and are more expensive to insure. Larger vehicles, such as SUVs and pickup trucks may have […]

When the weather outside is frightful

As a homeowner, you are responsible for snow and ice removal from your sidewalks and driveway. If someone slips and falls on your snow or ice-covered sidewalk or driveway, you can be held liable for their medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. Your homeowners insurance policy comes with liability insurance as part of […]

Arkansas Has New Auto Insurance Law

A new state law took effect at the beginning of 2020 requiring all Arkansas drivers to have vehicle insurance. The law covers only motorcycles and motor vehicles. If a driver does not have insurance, state officials will send the driver a letter telling them they have 30 days to get insurance or their registration on […]

Winter Weather Insurance: What’s Covered and What’s Not

Winter weather causes about $26,000 in damages to homes each year. Here are some examples of what your homeowners insurance will cover if you have winter weather damage: Wind storm damage like peeled roof shingles Structure damage from fallen trees (even if it’s your neighbor’s tree that falls onto your home or property) Water damage […]