Intense Storms Cause Headaches for Homeowners

After this summer’s intense storms, Jack Dowd discussed the important distinctions between homeowners insurance and flood insurance on WWLP. 

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Advice on Flood Policies during Stormy Summer

David Griffin Jr. was interviewed on Western Mass News about what flood policies cover and the steps you can take to protect yourself.

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What to Do after Your Home Floods

Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the U.S., and it affects every region and state. Do you know what to do after your home floods?

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Storm Damage Questions? We’ve Got Answers

Questions about insurance coverage for storm damage caused by Storm Isaias? Dave Griffin provided answers.

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Our Year-End Recap of Insurance Best Practices

We’re taking a look back with a year-end recap that provides links for quick access and a tip from each blog to get you started.

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Fire & Ice: Winter Property Damage Woes

Fire and ice result in some common winter property damage woes. Here are some tips to help you avert damage to your home.

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Buyer Beware: What’s Not Covered by Homeowners Insurance

We explain several categories of disasters and emergencies that aren’t typically covered by the standard homeowners insurance policy, and the extra coverage available.

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Emergency Preparedness: Do You Have the Coverage You Need?

Because having the right insurance coverage plays such a key role in being prepared for emergencies, the third week of National Preparedness Month is designated as Check Your Insurance Coverage Week.

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Reducing your risk of homeowner insurance hazards in fall and winter

An ounce of prevention may prevent a pound of headaches As the weather turns cooler—and in New England, downright cold—we spend more time in our homes, and the risk for some types of potentially catastrophic home damage increases. The two most common type of seasonal loss reported by homeowners in the fall and winter months are water and fire damage.

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Love that dirty water? Not when it’s in your home

3 misconceptions about flood insurance In Massachusetts, we enjoy the classic rock hit “Dirty Water,” especially during baseball season in the summer. But it’s a whole different story when that dirty water invades your home. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States, affecting every region and state. Yet

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