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Does Your Insurance Cover Stolen Luggage?

Dec 22 , 2014

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Does Your Insurance Cover Stolen Luggage?

Make Sure Your Valuables Are Protected This Holiday Season It is a holiday miracle you are able to pull off every year- you get your spouse and the kids and the gifts and the luggage loaded up in the car and on the way to grandma’s house. Sure, the drive may seem long and the hassle great, but nothing can compare to a holiday season spent with friends and family. Holiday travel always seems to be more hectic than you anticipate. It is not just reindeer that dash and prance this time of year; you know the juggling act of running kids to the bathroom with your luggage balanced on your hip Read Full Post

Holiday Safety Tips

Dec 15 , 2014

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Holiday Safety Tips

Make It To The New Year Safely With These Guidelines ‘Tis the season to trim the tree, pour the eggnog, sing classic holiday songs, and generally be jolly. In the midst of the season’s festivities, it can be easy to let safety slip into the background. With added electrical hazards, increased traffic accidents, and a higher percentage of identity thefts this is a time of year when we should emphasize security. Bear these few safety tips in mind for a merry and bright holiday season. While Decorating: Before you bring your holiday décor visions to life, check any strands of lights for Read Full Post

Should You Insure a Holiday Gift: Three Questions Can Help You Decide

If you received large, valuable or fragile gifts over the holidays, you may wonder whether to insure them. Answering these questions can help you to decide: Is the gift worth insuring? You need to consider a couple of factors here. One, if the gift was stolen or lost, would it strain your budget to replace it? Two, if you lost the item, would you truly want to replace it? Do my current policies cover it? Depending on the nature of the gift, and its value, your homeowner, auto or umbrella insurance policies may already cover it. If the replacement value exceeds your policy's reimbursement Read Full Post