Three Common Mistakes People Make After A Personal Injury

Any time a person is injured it can be traumatic. Often you are caught by surprise as is usually the case with an auto accident, but there are other situations that apply as well. You may have been hit by a car as a pedestrian or while riding a bicycle. Perhaps you were bitten by a dog, or had an accident while working on someone's property, but whatever the situation is, there are certain mistakes that people will make after they are hurt. Read More 

Tips For Choosing The Right Health Insurance Plan

When selecting their health insurance plan, every consumer purchasing from the marketplace or through their employer will need to decide on what will work best for them. The first decision is whether they want to pay more for their monthly premiums and have a lower copay and deductible, or pick one because its monthly cost is cheaper. Knowing how each person, and any family members they are covering, will use the insurance will make the decision easier to make. Read More 

Three Reasons Why You May Need To Make Changes To Your Home Insurance Coverage

When you initially buy your home insurance policy, you buy it based on coverage for your home's current age, state, value, and any outlying buildings such as a detached garage. Over time, you may make a few changes to the property, some of which are very subtle while others require major construction. If you are not making changes to your home insurance to cover remodeling or rebuilding, you could lose quite a bit more in the event of a fire or complete loss of your home. Read More 

What To Look For When Buying Your First Homeowner Insurance Policy

When buying a policy for home insurance for the first time, you may not know what you should be looking for. In order to get an affordable rate and the right amount of coverage for your house, consider the following things. Coverage for Land If something should happen to your house, it is unlikely that something will happen to the land on the property as well. You may very well be able to build a new structure on the land after the old one is cleared away. Read More 

Making Your Tiny Home RV Insurance Ready

If you are interested in the tiny home movement, you know that you face separate challenges than those who live in traditional homes. While your house will look, both inside and out, like a miniature version of your average home, there are differences that you will have to prepare for. One of the differences is the hurdle of finding insurance. Here are some tips to make your tiny home eligible for recreational vehicle insurance, which is widely available on the insurance market. Read More