Category: Independent Agent

With Premiums on the Rise, What’s the Truth about Auto Insurance?

  To quote Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan, “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” You certainly don’t need TTAC to tell you auto insurance premiums are on the rise. You already know rates are trending up, well in excess of inflation. Nonetheless, let’s unpack some of the factors that have the average American now spending more than $100 per...

In A Car Accident. Check Out These Helpful Tools

Four Things To Do After A Road Accident If you drive regularly, the statistics suggests that sooner or later, you will be involved in an accident. The only question left is how severe will the accident be. Hopefully, with a bit defensive driving and due care on your part, it will be nothing more than the inconvenience of a fender bender. With that in mind,...

How Long Will It Take for My Insurance to Pay?

My Home Was Damaged in a Storm. How Long Will It Take for My Insurance to Pay? Published October 17, 2016 Realtor.com Facebook0 Twitter0 Email Print My Home Was Damaged in a Storm. How Long Will It Take for My Insurance to Pay? (slobo) Q: What is the proper wait time to give the insurance to answer your rain damage to your home? -- Insured A:...

You Have A Choice

N.Y. Gov. Cuomo signs bill mandating insurers remind customer of right to pick auto body shop By John Huetter on July 26, 2016 Announcements | Associations | Business Practices | Insurance | Legal After what a collision repair trade group called a four-year lobbying effort, Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill mandating that insurers must tell customers about the New York shop choice law....

ARE YOU COVERED?

Does homeowner's insurance cover floods?  As residents affected by superstorm Sandy head back to their homes, many are likely to face an unpleasant reality: Homeowners insurance does not cover flooding. Only people with flood insurance are covered against the kind of storm surges that cascaded through New York and New Jersey. Those with homeowners insurance alone are likely to be compensated for their losses only...