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14
Sep

Filing a Claim After an Accident? Here Is a Look at the Claim Process

An auto insurance claim deadline refers to the period of time between the accident and when you begin the claim process. The insurance claim may be made with your insurance carrier or with the other driver’s insurer (known as a “third-party” claim), depending on the type of coverage you have and the specifics of the accident. There is often no

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7
Sep

5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Cyber Liability Insurance

IT systems play a critical role in the business space. Many businesses use these systems to provide services or information, communicate with prospects and existing customers, as well as store business data, including sensitive data such as customers’ financial information, healthcare information, intellectual property, or personally identifying information.  This data is often worth a small fortune.  A recent study found

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17
Aug

How Can Inflation Impact Your Car Insurance Rate

The pandemic’s consequences on the economy and other disruptions have put pressure on various financial commitments, including vehicle insurance. When you want to renew your policy, your vehicle insurance premiums may increase due to inflation that affects both businesses and consumers. However, you can uncover strategies to save money by being aware of what’s causing price hikes. Here’s what you

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10
Aug

Does Your Commercial Property Insurance Cover Cash on Hand?

Commercial property insurance is a critical investment in protecting your company. Regardless of size or type, you’ve worked hard to build the business to where it is today and wouldn’t want to compromise or lose it altogether for the lack of proper coverage. However, you may still be at risk of loss if your property coverage doesn’t include your cash

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13
Jul

7 Things You Didn’t Know your Renter’s Insurance Covers in Connecticut

Some people believe that renter’s insurance is unnecessary, especially if the landlord has insurance. People think the landlord’s insurance policy will cover any mishaps. That is not correct. The landlord insurance coverage will probably not cover any damage to your (renter’s) property caused by a covered occurrence. Renter insurance is far more complicated than you would assume. Here are seven

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