Archive | January, 2014

How to Replace Important Personal Documents

Sometimes we lose important papers in a disaster, sometimes we lose them when moving, and sometimes we just plan lose them. Don’t worry. Here’s a list of commonly lost documents and how to get replacements: Birth and Death Certificates – Birth and death certificates can be replaced by visiting your county vital records office or online read more


Are Your Valuable Holiday Gifts Protected?

The holidays are over, but the presents you received should last for years to come. Whether you got the latest electronic gizmos or gadgets, jewelry or gems, computers or collectibles, furs or firearms, boats or bank notes, these are all expensive valuables that may cost a lot to replace if they are damaged, lost or read more


You Need Your Car Battery, So Treat It Well

In frigid temperatures, your safety and the safety of your family could depend on your car’s battery. Maintaining your battery takes just a few minutes once a year, but can provide you with peace of mind all year long. Below are several tips to ensure your battery’s health. First, what kind of battery do you have? The “maintenance-free” kind requires that you clean the read more


Do I Have Insurance When I Drive My New Car Off the Lot?

Buying a car for you or your family is a big investment, so it’s important to notify your insurance agent immediately of a recent purchase to make sure you have the proper coverage. But if you’re buying a car over the weekend, don’t worry…you normally have a few days leeway. Most insurance companies provide automatic coverage for read more