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Outlet fire

Does Homeowner Insurance Protect You if an Outlet Spark Starts a Fire?

June 23, 2020
If you've got an outlet that's overloaded on plug-ins and a spark starts a fire, is your home covered? What type of insurance will have your back and what's the best way to get the protection you need? We'll tell you, and we'll tell you if you're covered.
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Flooded basement

If Your Basement Floods, What Does Insurance Cover?

June 20, 2020
If a big rain leaves your basement under water, what's insurance going to cover? Learn what's covered under your homeowners insurance and when flooding might require an additional policy. An independent agent can help you build an insurance package that protects you.
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Hail Damage

Does Home Insurance Always Cover Hail Damage?

June 19, 2020
True or false: If a hailstorm damages your roof, your insurance will cover the cost of replacement, no matter how old the roof is? Discover what protection your homeowners insurance offers you during a hailstorm.
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Sky falling

What Happens if Falling Sky Debris Damages My Garage?

June 7, 2020
So something falls out of the sky and damages your garage. Who's responsible for this mess, anyway? Fortunately your homeowners insurance may provide you with more coverage than you ever could've imagined, even for strange incidents like airplanes crashing into your garage. Here's a deep dive into fallen object coverage.
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Are you in a flood zone?

What Is a Flood Zone?

May 14, 2020
Flooding can happen at any time no matter where you live, so it is important to get educated about floods and flood zones. Read on to learn more about these natural disasters and your risk.
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Tornado Outbreak in Southern States Drives Home the Importance of Emergency Preparedness

Tornado Outbreak in Southern States Drives Home the Importance of Emergency Preparedness

May 14, 2020
Devastating tornado outbreak in Central Arkansas serves as a reminder for homeowners to practice emergency preparedness to increase chances of survival.
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