"Simple" Mistakes That May Lead To Auto Insurance Claim Denial
13 April 2017
When you file a car insurance claim, you hope for a quick process that can return you to your pre-loss status as soon as possible. However, this doesn't always happen and sometimes claims get rejected. For example, these three mistakes may look simple, but they can all lead to claim denial:
Modifying Your Car Without Informing Your Insurance Company
Modifying a car changes both its value and its risks of getting involved in an accident.
How And Why Cars Are Categorized Into Classes Of Use For Purposes Of Insurance
5 April 2017
How you use your car is one of the things auto insurance companies consider when determining your coverage rates. This is why your auto insurance company will ask you the "class" use when you're seeking coverage quotes. There are various classes of car use, but these are the most common:
Telling your insurer that your car is for social use only is like telling them that the car is for domestic or pleasure use.
5 Tips For Buying Home Insurance
27 March 2017
If you are buying a home, you'll need to have home insurance. Consider it a financial investment, because you are protecting one of the most expensive purchases you'll ever make. Follow these tips to ensure you have the proper coverage.
Don't Insure The Land
When looking into different home insurance policies, you should pay close attention to what is being insured. Some insurance providers have policies that insure both the dwelling and the land that the dwelling is on.
Need SR22 Insurance? 3 Ways To Keep It Affordable
27 March 2017
The first thing that you need to know about SR-22 insurance is that it isn't really insurance at all. An SR-22 is a certificate filed by your insurance company proving that you have coverage, and the usual charge for such a certificate is around $25. So why have you heard so much talk about the high cost of SR-22 insurance? Because if you need an SR-22, it's usually because you had too many traffic violations or because you had an especially serious violation, like a DUI.