Tag: Erie

Hiring a Contractor? Read This Before You Do

Middle Tennessee has seen a housing boom in the last three years, both in the realms of new home construction and remodeling.  According to a report from Nashville NBC-affiliate WSMV, over 100 new people move to the Nashville area daily, and over one million more are projected to arrive in the next 20 years.  Those newcomers to Music City are buying new homes and renovating...

Factors That Affect Your Auto Insurance Premium

For residents of the 48 of the 50 states that require liability coverage, car insurance is a fact of life, and becoming a more expensive one, at that.  According to an article from Consumer Reports, “Consider how much insurers are paying out in claims. While the long-term trend shows that the number of accidents is declining, the average payout on the accidents that do occur...

Business Insurance

If you are operating a small business in Nashville or Tennessee you know it takes blood sweat and tears, as well as time and money to succeed. Business insurance (aka commercial insurance) protects your business property and personal assets by reducing your risk. Events such as a fire, theft, injury of an employee, a lawsuit, or a natural disaster could have devastating consequences that could...

Want To Live Through A Tornado?

Anyone who has seen the aftermath of a tornado can tell you that the damage left behind is devastating and not completely unlike a nuclear explosion. Lives as well as property may be lost if along the tornado’s path. Though their lack of predictability is one of a tornado’s most devastating weapons, we can determine that most occur in the spring….most. If your home suffers...

Avoid Those Water Leaks!

One of the most overwhelming situations to find yourself in is to walk into your house to discover flooding or extreme water damage to your treasured Nashville, Brentwood, or Franklin home. Luckily,  your Tennessee homeowners insurance policy will cover most of the water damage – however preventative maintenance is definitely the preferred method of action versus having to repair after the fact.  At Johnston &...