Category: Boat Insurance

Jul 27

Changing Insurance Needs: Divorce

Since nearly half of all marriages fail, divorce is unfortunately very real for many people. Couples face the difficult task of separating emotionally and financially. This has insurance implications as well. Legal and financial advice will be critical, particularly if there are children involved. Divorce can have a serious impact on one’s credit standing, both …

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Jul 19

Pokémon Go App Takes Millions Of Players To Exciting New Worlds; Insurance Can Help Make Those Worlds (And This One) Safer

Have Fun “Catching ‘Em All”—But If Things Get Out Of Hand, The Right Coverage Can Help Put The Pieces Back Together JULY 13, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York Press Office: (212) 346-5500; media@iii.org NEW YORK, July 13, 2016 — Pokémon Go, a mobile app that allows users to hunt virtually for Pokémon in the …

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Apr 11

Insuring Personal Watercraft

Personal watercraft are not generally covered by homeowners or auto insurance, and where they are, the coverage limits can be fairly low. You may need to purchase a specifically designed policy in order to insure these vessels. The personal watercraft policy covers: Bodily injury Property damage Guest passenger liability Medical payments Theft Typical policies include …

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Mar 21

Credit and Insurance Scores

Insurance scores and credit scores differ. Credit scores predict credit delinquency while insurance scores predict insurance losses. Both are calculated from information in a credit report, such as outstanding debt, bankruptcies, length of credit history, collections, new applications for credit, number of credit accounts in use, and timeliness of debt repayment. Insurers or scoring agencies …

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Jan 13

Five Insurance Mistakes to Avoid… And Still Save Money

 We are all concerned with saving money and it is important to shop around when looking for insurance coverage. However, simply reducing your coverage or dropping important coverages altogether can leave you dangerously underinsured in the event of a disaster. Following are the five biggest auto, home, flood and renters insurance mistakes consumers can make, …

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Jan 11

Credit and Insurance Scores

Insurance scores and credit scores differ. Credit scores predict credit delinquency while insurance scores predict insurance losses. Both are calculated from information in a credit report, such as outstanding debt, bankruptcies, length of credit history, collections, new applications for credit, number of credit accounts in use, and timeliness of debt repayment. Insurers or scoring agencies …

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Aug 06

Personal Lines Products

Wondering if we can write a policy for you?  Here’s a sample list of some of the insurance policies we write… Dwellings: 1-4 Unit dwellings Owner or rental occupancies Secondary or seasonal Coastal properties Homes with day care In-Home Business Inland Marine: Coverage for jewelry, furs, fine art, musical instruments, cameras, silver, stamps and collectibles. …

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