How To Avoid A Lapse In Auto Insurance Coverage

The best way to avoid a lapse in insurance coverage is to pay your premiums on time. However, those who experience lapses in coverage know this, so there must be other difficulties preventing them from doing that. If you are afraid that your coverage may lapse, take these precautions to ensure it doesn't: Suspend Your Coverage Some insurers allow you to suspend your coverage if you don't need it for some time. Read More 

5 Tips For Helping You Determine How Much Auto Insurance Coverage You Need

When it comes to purchasing auto insurance, you need to consider more than just the required liability insurance. You also need to think about coverage that can help you financially in the case of other damages and emergency situations. The amount that you need for coverage all depends on the type of vehicle you have, as well as your driving habits. Here are five tips to help you determine exactly how much you need: Read More 

Tips For Paying Less For Your Car Insurance

Are you having a hard time staying on top of your auto insurance payment because of how high your rate is? If you feel like your bill can be reduced and are considering removing some of your coverage as an option to bring down the cost of your bill then there are other saving opportunities that you will want to take advantage of rather than assume removing coverage is your only way to save. Read More 

Insuring Your Rental Property

Investing in real estate can be a great way to grow your wealth. You will want to protect your investment once the purchase has been made, and this can be done with a special type of homeowners insurance designed to cover tenant-occupied properties. Here are three things to keep in mind as you work with your insurance agent to create a home insurance policy for your rental properties in the future. Read More 

Can Florida Police Officers Receive Workers’ Comp Benefits For Being Infected With Zika On The Job?

Although the Zika virus hasn't yet made its way to most of the contiguous U.S., this mosquito-borne and sexually-transmitted illness is spreading rapidly in Florida. In some areas with a high concentration of mosquitoes, avoiding transmission is much easier said than done, even with the benefit of mosquito netting and spray-on repellent. However, for some Florida police officers, becoming infected with Zika after being sent to an active transmission zone doesn't qualify as the type of work-related illness or injury that renders them eligible for workers' compensation benefits until they recover. Read More