Your Homeowners Insurance May Not Cover Woodpecker Damage

Meet Amy, City Girl that became a small town resident upon her marriage to George. The stark difference between living in the very center of urbanized civilization and township dwelling was somewhat of an adjustment for Amy. Sure she loved the sights and sounds of nature exposed: the lake, the trees, grass, flowers and the vibrant color of… Read More »

The Critical Illness Insurance Market

In my previous article: Five Steps to Critical Illness Sales Success the first step was to identify your target market. With your target identified you can begin to list the various objectives that can be achieved with the use of a critical illness insurance policy. Some potential markets are:  Self employed individuals  The family market / Single parents  The group… Read More »

Habitational Insurance for Commercial Vs Residential Property

Multiple residence property owners have the daunting task of monitoring and satisfying the needs of a number of tenants. This comes with a slew of specialized risk management concern as well. Ownership of residential properties such as apartments, condominiums, and student housing creates a series of unique risks. As such, some research may be in order to procure… Read More »

Insurance Totaled My Car – What This Means

“Your vehicle is a Total Loss.” These words, more often than not, spark immediate controversy between an insured and their insurance company. The main cause of controversy between an insurance company and an insured as it relates to total loss is that most people feel their vehicle is worth more than it really is. A vehicle, though historically… Read More »

RMS Titanic Insurance Claims

It is exactly 100 years since the pride of the White Star Line, the RMS Titanic, hit an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean and sank with the loss of over 1500 lives. The centenary has prompted many insurance companies on both sides of the Atlantic to publish documents relating to the greatest maritime loss to date in relative… Read More »

The "Contents Pack-out" Trap and How to Escape It

“Contents Pack-out” is a term used by water and fire restoration contractors, and insurance companies. It is the process in which the contractor sends trucks, boxes and workers to your home. They pack up all of the damaged personal property in your home or business and transport it back to their warehouse. Once the personal property is at… Read More »

Insurance Claim Supplements – How to Submit Claim Supplements

A claim supplement is a claim for additional repair or replacement costs. Supplements are commonplace in the claims process. However, if you are a policyholder unaware of your policy rights, you could be walking away from hundreds or thousands of dollars that you are entitled to collect. Claim supplements usually occur after a policyholder submits a claim, gets… Read More »

Health Insurance Quotes Without Giving Your Phone Number

Getting health insurance quotes without giving your phone number is easy and something you should do right now. Whenever you are online do you stop when asked for your phone number and best time to call? I do…I can’t stand to be interrupted at home…especially by a salesperson. Asking for your phone number is an intrusion most people… Read More »

Pros and Cons of Critical Ilness Insurance Coverage

Critical illness insurance is a relatively new type of policy that is frequently misunderstood. Today, we will clarify what it is, and what it covers. How Does Critical Illness Insurance Work? Critical illness is similar to term life insurance, except it is paid out when you are diagnosed with an illness covered by the policy, rather than being… Read More »