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Jump-Start Your Auto Insurance Buying Process

Purchasing Auto Insurance is a scary, unfamiliar process to most young adult drivers. Obtaining your own Auto Insurance policy is not only a sign of adulthood, but also an added expense that probably makes your wallet hate you just a

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Avoiding Holiday Disasters: Fire Safety Is Key!

Thank goodness that fires are covered in a standard Homeowners Insurance policy, right? Well, if you consider the fact that a Homeowners Insurance claim will only cover rebuilding your home, not its current value, you may decide to be a

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Holiday Shopping: What Happens If Someone Hits My Car in the Parking Lot?

Some stores have built their reputations on the famously hectic annual Black Friday and/or Cyber Monday sales. And it only gets worse as Christmas and Hanukkah rear their heads. We’re here to help you navigate one of this season’s biggest

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There Are 12 No-Fault States: Do You Live in One?

Currently, there are 12 states considered no-fault states in regards to Auto Insurance. You may be wondering what “no-fault” means exactly. No, it doesn’t mean that everyone in these states drives around recklessly and bumps into other cars, people and pets before

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What Should I Know Before Buying Homeowners Insurance or Condo Insurance?

Chances are that if you own a home you have Homeowners Insurance or Condo Insurance. Even after people have paid off their mortgages, they often opt to keep their Homeowners Insurance policies active to protect their assets. This is because it’s the

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My House Got Broken Into – Now What?

It’s terrifying to realize you’ve been robbed. You probably worry that you’re in imminent danger as soon as you find out. In fact, you very well may be. However, in most cases after a home has been robbed, the thief is

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My Car Was Stolen or Broken Into – Now What?

You went to the parking lot after a dinner date, and your car was gone. You walked around in circles throughout the lot in the dark, thinking and hoping that you’re just wrong about where you think you parked it.

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Can My Car Get Hacked? See If You’re at Risk For Car Hacking

For years now, computers, phones and bank accounts have been commonly hacked into. The newest fear is the threat of car hacking. What all these types of cyber-attacks have in common is that technology is both the problem and the solution.

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Hurricane Florence: What Virginia and Carolina Residents Need to Know

Carolinians should be aware that Hurricane Florence is approaching with wind speeds of 130 mph that will likely exceed 157 mph by Thursday. Florence is expected to strengthen from a Category 4 to a Category 5 storm by the end

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After a Hurricane: Safety Precautions and Tips for Rebuilding Your Life

Rebuilding your home after a destructive hurricane is not only expensive, but it’s emotionally draining. The best hope for victims of a hurricane is that they are covered with the appropriate Homeowners Insurance policy. A standard Homeowners Insurance policy does not cover

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