February 2016

Movies Really Depend on Insurance

Courtesy of http://www.iii.org/press-release/for-outstanding-performance-in-supporting-the-motion-picture-industry-the-envelope-please-insurance-022316. Before the cameras started to roll for Best Picture nominees like The Revenant and Mad Max: Fury Road, the producers purchased insurance coverage to protect their substantial financial investment in the film, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) “Severe weather can delay a film’s production, as can either an illness or […]

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What To Do in a Tornado

Courtesy of http://www.iii.org/article/recovering-tornado Protecting yourself and your family Keep calm. Stay in your shelter until after the storm is over. Check people around you for injuries. Begin first aid or seek help if necessary. When you go outside, watch out for downed power lines. Protecting your property Make temporary repairs to prevent further loss from

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Auto Insurance Premiums & You

Courtesy of http://www.iii.org/article/what-determines-price-my-auto-insurance-policy The average yearly auto insurance premium is around $800, but there is wide variation around this average. Many factors can affect your premium, and they all help determine how likely you are to have an accident. Perhaps surprisingly, many of them do a better job than just your driving record. Not all

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What To Know About Uninsured Motorists

Courtesy of http://www.insuringflorida.org/florida-drivers-need-protection-from-uninsured-motorists/ With driving come a number of responsibilities. Some people take these responsibilities seriously. They drive the speed limit (or relatively close to it). They do not text and drive, and they use a hands-free device if they talk on a cell phone. They follow the law by purchasing automobile insurance. And, then

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Bad Weather & Flood Insurance

Courtesy of http://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/flood-insurance A full moon and high winds caused significant tidal flooding during last weekend’s east coast blizzard. Flood damage is excluded under standard homeowners and renters insurance policies. However, flood coverage is available in the form of a separate policy both from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and from a few private

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