Most property owners have had to file a claim against their homeowner’s insurance at some point in their lives. Perhaps your roof was damaged in a hurricane, or you experienced a fire in your kitchen.
People who buy a single-family home are required to carry homeowner’s insurance. Unless people own their property outright, mortgage lenders require them to buy this protection. The same is true for people who own condominiums.
If you run a small or medium-sized business, you know how much it hurts to have to close your business. It’s even more difficult to manage when you have also suffered a natural disaster. Some
If you have ever had to file a claim with your homeowner’s insurance carrier, you know that getting paid for damaged personal property is like pulling teeth. Insurance companies never want to part with their
When you take out your homeowner’s policy, there is often very fine print outlining what your responsibilities and duties are as a property owner. One specific duty that most people don’t know about is your