Tag: Policy

Think You Know Auto Insurance? Take Our Pop Quiz

    I’ll pay higher car insurance for a red car.     Liability insurance is required in every state.     A hybrid or electric car will cost more to insure than a comparable conventional vehicle.     If I don’t have enough money to pay car insurance premiums, there won’t be any problem if I let my coverage lapse – as long as...

Tennessee Home Insurance: What’s Not Covered

There’s an old saying in the insurance business: “Your policy is only as good as the exclusions”.  In other words, if it’s not specifically excluded, it’s covered. Another rule of thumb is that insurance is not a maintenance program, but only covers things that are “sudden and accidental.” An old rickety fence that blows over in a storm will not likely be covered. Here’s a...

Even Renters Need To Protect Their Homes

Even Renters Need to Protect Their Homes It may not be a house, but your apartment is still a home filled with memories and all that cool stuff you’ve spent a lifetime collecting. The best way to be financially protected is with Tennessee renter’s insurance. Your landlord’s insurance should cover any structural damage that might occur, but it won’t cover your personal things. Most importantly,...

Save Money While Avoiding These Costly Insurance Mistakes

In today’s economy many people are seeking ways to cut costs and save money. Cutting corners on your insurance might appear to save you money in the short run but could cost you dearly in the long run! “When money is tight, it's extremely important to be financially protected against a catastrophe with the right amount and type of insurance,” said Jeanne M. Salvatore, senior...

Keeping Your Christmas Tree SAFE For A Happy Holiday Season

According to the National Fire Protection Association, “U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 210 home structure fires per year that began with Christmas trees in 2010-2014. These fires caused an annual average of six civilian deaths, 16 civilian injuries, and $16.2 million in direct property damage.” This national statistic is no different for Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, or any other areas of Tennessee,...