Monday, January 23, 2017
With bad weather upon us, if you are traveling out of state of Florida and are going to rent a car, please please get the LDW insurance and add medical payments to your own coverage. If you do rent a car and it is wrecked or damage the car rental company has the right to have you pay for lost time that rented car is not in service.
Friday, January 8, 2016
Hey just a quick tip, always use your smart phone to take front back and side photos of your car when it is left off at the mechanics or is going to be towed. This will help record the existing condition of your car when it is in the care,custody and control of those services. You may even take a picture of the inside too. Date and time the photos. Just because a shop or valet posts "not responsible for damage" sign means nothing legally.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Your home insurance in Florida uses windstorm mitigation credits to lower your home insurance premium, review your last windstorm mitigation inspection. Section 4 roof to wall connections may indicate "toe nails", you can lower your premium if the photos indicate a nail is missing and only 2 or 3 nails needed in a certain nailing pattern. Single wrap or double wrap credits are significant and in many circumstances you can add that valuable third nail. Consult with your agent and see what is needed and how much you could save. check out a site like http://www.thirdnail.com
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
So you have a new roommate and you do not even think about telling your car insurance company about it, are you going to be safe should you file a claim? Maybe. Any changes to the vehicles you have, lease, store and who drives them, has access to them, lives in your house need to be disclosed to your insurance company. If you think that not reporting saves you money in premiums, you may stand to lose much more if a claim is denied becasue you did not report. Review your policy today and make sure it reflects what is accurate. This is also a cahnce to see that you are getting as much discounts as possible, are you getting homeowner, education,job,member of an association, married discounts?
Monday, June 9, 2014
Just a quick note that could be useful. In certain states you can stack coverage for your UM/UIM on 1 car, like in Florida. The advantage is that if you incur high medical bills that exceed your policy or the at fault policy you will have more protection. Additionally there may be circumstances where your UM doesn't cover you at all if you have non-stacked UM/UIM coverage. I suggest you do some research on line to find out why and what state offers stacked coverage for a single policy, it will cost a bit more but please get informed before you reject the "non-stacked" option. DO you ride a motorcycle with no UM/UIM whether you own it or not? check out stacked v non-stacked.