During the summer, many homeowners plan to invite friends and family over to grill and relax on an outdoor deck.
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), as of 2018, there were more than 78 million dogs in the United States, which resulted in 4.5 million dog bites! The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports over 36% of households in the U.S. own at least one dog and bites often occur by dogs who are familiar to us.
Researchers at Travelers have recently released their interactive report, The Top Ways Things Can Go Wrong, which identifies the most common and costliest causes of home damage.
When it comes to purchasing homeowners insurance in NJ to protect your home and family, it’s helpful to know exactly a homeowners insurance policy is, what’s covered, what’s excluded, and whether you really need it.
Millions of Americans safely enjoy outdoor barbecues, but accidents do happen. Ensure trouble-free summer cooking fun by maintaining your grill, using it safely and knowing what to do in case of emergency.
If you’re planning to surprise your significant other with an engagement ring or other fine jewelry as part of your Valentine’s Day celebration, consider giving yourself the gift of ‘peace of mind’.
As Halloween approaches and hurricane season peaks, a new national consumer survey commissioned by Trusted Choice and the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (the Big “I”), reveals that many homeowners lack adequate insurance coverage and do not fully understand their homeowners policies.
Summer is a prime time for break-ins. In fact, July and August are the worst months for burglaries, according to the Insurance Information Institute. So before hitting the road, here are some suggestions to help keep you safe while you're gone.
Family. Friends. Barbecues. Fireworks. Oh, and a four-day weekend. That’s what we’re looking forward to this 4th of July. The celebration of our nation’s independence gives us the opportunity to reflect but also enjoy good food, splashing at the pool or beach, and explosive, colorful fireworks to wind down the day.
June 1 typically marks the start of the hurricane season each year.