We can never know when an accident is going to occur. That’s the whole point of having insurance, to protect us from the unexpected. We understand how shocking and traumatic accidents can be. When you’re involved in an auto collision, oftentimes, you’re not able to immediately process what’s just happened. And, filing a claim with your insurance company probably isn’t the first thing on your mind. Once the sheer shock of the collision has worn off, it’s important to take the next step. You’re probably going to want to file a claim. We’ll take you through the process to make sure it’s easy, understandable, and stress-free.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning is very real, very dangerous, and is something that should not be taken lightly.
When COVID-19 first hit, home owners and renters all over the country suddenly became hermits, reluctant to leave the comfort, safety, and security of their own homes. The fear of becoming infected with a virus that, at the time, no one knew very much about, was paralyzing. Once distancing and travel restrictions were lifted, consumers stormed out of their homes and back into the world, eager to have some fun!
A certificate of insurance is a document proving that an insured party has insurance coverage. Typically, a certificate of insurance is requested by the clients of the insured. Verification of insurance coverage is provided to third parties that an individual or entity has insurance coverage. If an individual hires a contractor to paint his house, that individual will call an insurance company and request a certificate of insurance. This document reassures the hirer