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What Happens if Your Car Insurance is Cancelled?

Courtesy of iii.org There’s a difference between an insurance company cancelling a policy and choosing not to renew it. Learn why your insurance might not be renewed Auto insurance cancellation Insurance companies cannot cancel a policy that has been in force for more than 60 days except when: You fail to pay the premium You

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Auto Insurance & Road Rage

Courtesy of iii.org Road rage incidents are not only dangerous, they are exempted from coverage by many auto insurance policies. Understand your risks and take precautionary measures to avoid being a victim—or a cause—of aggressive driving accidents. Crowded highways and traffic backups at times cause drivers to lose control and become extremely aggressive. Road rage

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What To Do When a Hurricane Approaches

Courtesy of iii.org Hurricanes are violent and dangerous to your family and your home. When a hurricane threatens to bear down, make sure that you know how to batten down your hatches and protect yourself, your loved ones and your property. When it’s hurricane season Hurricane season starts June 1 and runs through November 30.

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Stay Safe When Grilling

Courtesy of iii.org Every year, millions of Americans safely enjoy outdoor barbecues, but accidents do happen. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, about 5,700 grill fires take place on residential property every year, causing an annual average of $37 million in damage, 100 injuries and 10 deaths. The majority of grill fires are caused by

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Hurricane Checklist for Renters

Courtesy of iii.org RENTERS INSURANCE If you rent, rather than own, your home, have you bought renters insurance? While your landlord may provide insurance coverage for the structure of your home, as a renter you are responsible for your own belongings. Renters insurance covers the loss or destruction of your possessions if they are damaged

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Should I HAve Business Flood Insurance?

Courtesy of iii.org Natural disasters can be devastating to businesses. While damage caused by some types of natural events—such as lightning or wind—will usually be covered by commercial property insurance, you need a special policy if you want protection from flood damage. This Q&A will help you understand this type of coverage and determine whether

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