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Here's an overview of the categories of hurricanes from 1 to 5 and the kinds of damage each one can cause.
The insurance industry is preparing for Hurricane Matthew and its aftermath too. Here's a look at what the industry is doing.
Fine art covers a broad category of items that may not have any significant value.
If your clients are considering condominium ownership, here is some insurance information you can share with them before they make a purchase.
A detailed inventory can go a long way in establishing what property you owned and what it was worth after a fire or other serious...
Hot air balloon rides are popular around the world, but there are some specific insurance issues to consider.
New technologies bring great advancements and new hazards that have not been contemplated, handled or previously rated.
It might if you live in Maine, Maryland or Massachusetts.
CPCU? CLCS? CIC? Here's a guide to what you find behind an insurance pro's name.
Consumers and drivers may not be aware of the insurance issues involved in ride-sharing and may find themselves with no coverage on Oct. 1, 2015,...
One of the most standard things in a Homeowners policy is the definition of residence premises. It is the foundation for the property being insured,...
As more evidence shows the relationship between fracking and earthquakes, homeowners are unaware of their increased exposures.
Finally the weather has warmed up, the grass is green, and coats are in the closet. It's been a difficult winter for a large part...
Water back-up is one of the more confusing coverages in homeowners’ policy. So what is a back-up, and how is it different from an overflow...
Condo policies can be confusing, and both the unit owner and association must adhere to statutes that dictate where coverage is found for certain parts...
Condominium policies can be confusing, and both unit owner and association must adhere to statutes that dictate where coverage is found for certain parts of...
A family's shed is destroyed by a river of mud. Is it covered? Test your knowledge of water exclusions before hurricane season begins.
A family's shed is destroyed by a river of mud. Is it covered? Test your knowledge of water exclusions just in time for disaster season.
Technology has made bullying much more pervasive while complicating bodily injury claims and liability.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.
Honda said a Takata air bag inflator ruptured in a Civic compact car on Sept. 30 and killed a driver in California, at least the 17th Takata-related fatality in the U.S., Malaysia and India.