Michelle Dixon April 10, 2018 No Comments

Insure and Ensure Your Perfect Wedding

With warmer weather comes the memorable (and expensive) time of weddings! Newlywed couples are spending an average of $30,000 on their weddings. Wedding insurance is a way to ensure your big day is remembered because it was an amazing event, not because of a misfortune that gave you financial adversity as you begin your new lives together. What […]

Jonathan Geissler January 31, 2018 No Comments

Special Coverage for Your Jewelry and Other Valuables

Your standard homeowners insurance policy includes coverage for jewelry and other precious items like watches, coins, and furs. These items are covered by perils included in our policy, such as fire, theft, and vandalism.  However, there are limits of liability for valuable items. Let’s say a fire in your home causes damage to your jewelry […]

Jonathan Geissler January 30, 2018 No Comments

Prevent a Valentine’s Day Disaster

Wednesday is Valentine’s Day! Well, for some, it’s Ugh, Mom Keeps Calling to “Check in” Day. For others, it’s Raised Expectations Day, and seeing the look on a loved one’s face after presenting that perfect piece of jewelry (that may or may not have been hinted at in a not-so-subtle manner over the past few […]

Michelle Dixon January 21, 2015 No Comments

RV Insurance and Safety, What to Know

RV insurance is unique in that it combines home and auto insurance coverage into one policy. One can purchase RV insurance as an add-on to an auto insurance policy or as a separate policy. RV insurance provides protection for: Collisions with other vehicles or objects Weather Vandalism Theft and other risks RV owners should recognize that it is […]

Michelle Dixon June 2, 2014 No Comments

Always have a ‘Back-up’ Car with Rental Car Reimbursement Coverage

It’s common for some of us to be driving for a large portion of every day of the year, whether its for grocery shopping,  picking the kids up from sports or school, going to an event, and so forth. Most of us don’t think of what the consequences may be if one were unfortunate enough […]