Basics of Auto Insurance Coverage: Common Scenarios

You’ve finally purchased your new set of wheels, but before you can hit the open road, you’ll need to acquire auto insurance. If you’re involved in a collision, it could be one of the costliest experiences of your life, so you want to make sure you purchase the proper amount of coverage.

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Safe Travel Tips to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

You might be familiar with the opening sequence of the movie National Lampoons Vacation. Clark Griswold and his family pile into the “family truckster,” while the song “holiday road” plays in the background. If your family, like many, will be hitting the road to see relatives and friends this holiday season, you’ll want to ensure your trip is a little

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Mind the Gap(s)

Insurance policies aren’t all-encompassing Most people assume that if they have homeowners insurance, auto insurance and life insurance, they are protected in case of life’s major emergencies, but that is typically not the case. That’s why it’s important to review your coverage regularly with your agent. Here are a few of the most common gaps in coverage that we find.

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Insurance Matters: 5 Tips for Surviving New England Potholes

You can’t always avoid them, but you can minimize the damage As winter turns to spring and temperatures rise, the roads of New England begin to heave and crack. Here are a few tips to keep you out of a repair rut and to help you avoid having to file a claim. 1. Eyes on the Road. This goes without

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Bundling Your Insurance Plans Can Help You Save a Bundle

If you’re like most people, you are likely already aware of the benefits of bundling. Perhaps you bundle your cable, internet and phone service. Or maybe you bundle your order as a value meal at your local fast-food restaurant (would you like fries with that?). Bundling your insurance policies––for example home, auto and life––can also save you both time and

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Planning a DIY project? Don’t Injure Yourself…

Before you measure twice, think twice—and consider the implications Across the nation, it’s happening every day. Executives and editors channeling their inner electrician. Stockbrokers and sous chefs playing professional plumber. Teachers, office managers, personal trainers and innumerable others embarking on a serious building endeavor. And, in many cases, insurance agents cringing for them. Yes, it’s a DIY world out there,

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