Home insurance is a bit of a beast. Getting a homeowners insurance policy might seem really daunting. To help you with either getting home insurance or just making heads or tails of a few of the finer points, we’ve put together this list of six things insurance agents want people to know about home insurance.
If you’re considering getting flood insurance for your home, you might have a few questions. (And even if you do already have flood insurance…you still might have some questions!) We’ve got ten things that you should know about flood insurance, which can protect your home from what could be a very costly loss.
When most insurance agencies talk about wanting to be on the “cutting edge of technology,” it’s hard to figure out where to start. That’s because innovating with new technologies is tough to do without a clear goal of what the agency wants to bring to the table. So, how did InsuranceHub establish a clear goal to live, breathe, and truly operate as a technology-driven agency?
The answer is CORA.
If you have dump trucks or run a dump truck business, there’s a lot that you have to juggle. One aspect of your business that might have you feeling a little overwhelmed is the dump truck insurance part of things. You probably have quite a few questions about the insurance you need for your business. We’re going to answer four frequently asked questions about dump truck insurance so you have a place to start when considering dump truck insurance.
Whether you’re on good or bad terms, getting divorced can be rough. It can be stressful, time-consuming, and confusing with all of the paperwork that goes into it. Chances are that both of your names are listed as shared parties on a lot of documents, including your insurance policies. So, how do you divide everything up insurance-wise? Here’s what you need to know about home insurance if you’re getting divorced.
Last year, Georgia became the sixteenth state to pass a hands-free driving law, meaning that driver cannot be holding a cell-phone or another electronic device while operating a vehicle. South Carolina is in the process of following suit with a distracted driving bill of its own – House Bill 3355, also known as Driving Under the Influence of an Electronic Device, or DUI-E.
If you’re a trucker, you face a lot of risks. Some of them are pretty apparent – getting into an accident, facing severe weather, something going wrong with the truck itself. But one risk that might not be so clear is the loss of your cargo. For-hire truckers don’t own the cargo they’re hauling, and that means that their standard liability policies may not cover the load they’re transporting if something happens to it en route to its destination. Cargo can be very valuable, and you might be responsible for very high losses if your cargo is damaged. (Not to mention that your relationship with your clients could be damaged.) That’s where cargo insurance can come to the rescue. We’ll explain how cargo insurance works.
You might be a one-man operation or you might have multiple drivers working for your tow truck business. But either way, you need someone to coordinate the towing jobs. Someone has to get the trucks where they need to go, right? And that’s why you need a top-notch dispatcher (or a top-notch team of dispatchers) to help you keep your tow truck business running smoothly. Here are 7 skills that are essential for dispatchers.
Getting home insurance isn’t always an easy task. It can feel overwhelming and stressful, especially when you end up having more and more questions as you go through the process of trying to get your house covered. If it’s any consolation, you’re not alone – lots of people have lots of questions about home insurance. We’re going to tackle five home insurance FAQs to help demystify the often confusing thing that is home insurance.
When you’re shopping for a new car, you’ll probably want all of the new bells and whistles that you can find. A lot of the time, this will include the latest and greatest safety features – things like side and rear airbags, rearview cameras, and even auto-braking features with proximity sensors. But how do you choose a safe car that fits you? And how can it save you money on your car insurance? Learn more about these 6 factors to look for when choosing a safe car.