When renting a moving truck, you are faced with the question, “do you want to buy insurance?” The answer to needing insurance or not really depends solely on the size of the vehicle (in addition to what coverage you currently carry, of course) as well as whether or not it is even a vehicle. The… Read more »
For years we have all been flooded with auto insurance commercials talking about various discounts offered in the insurance industry for auto insurance. There are the standard ones: multi-policy, multi-vehicle, etc., but there may be some other discounts that drivers are not aware of. We have compiled some of the additional insurance discounts offered by… Read more »
According to the Insurance Information Institute, over $400 million a year is paid out for dog bite claims each year by insurance companies. While that may seem like a lot, there is an estimated $600 million that was excess over the home insurance policy limits. Protecting yourself with sufficient limits, as well as considering an… Read more »
4 Common Places to Check for Water Damage BEFORE it Happens Sooner or later, a water source in your home will fail. Water damage is one of the most common home insurance claims and the average cost of these claims in 2014 was over $9,000. Water damage can be avoided but knowing what signs to… Read more »
Nevada has a well deserved reputation for being business friendly. We have relatively low taxes, especially compared to California. Our regulatory environment is very pro-business. And, finding affordable business insurance in Nevada is easy. We have among the lowest workers compensation rates in the country. Plus, the lack of natural disasters in Nevada makes our commercial… Read more »
Have you ever noticed that your NV auto insurance policy shows not only an expiration date, but also a time? Take a moment and look at your policy declarations page. Somewhere it should say “coverage effective date” and “coverage expiration date”, or something similar. Next to that coverage expiration date there will be a… Read more »
‘Tis the season for traveling near and far to spend time with family. Many of us travel by car on roads that are especially busy and affected by winter weather. We want everyone to arrive at their destinations safely and offer a few tips holiday season travel tips to make sure your trip is trouble… Read more »
Unless you’ve been on vacation in a land far, far away you have probably heard about the massive data breach at Target stores. It appears that around 40,000,000 customers (that is not a typo) may have been the victims of a massive data mining operation in which credit and debit card information was stolen…. Read more »
If you rent a home, apartment or condo, do not make the mistake of assuming your landlord provides coverage for all your personal property. Your landlord likely has insurance to cover the home but that coverage will not protect your furniture, clothing and other belongings in the event of a fire, burglary or other loss…. Read more »
If you own an auto body shop, a used car dealership, or garage, you know that accidents can happen at any time. Even the most routine procedures can be messed up, and small mistakes can lead to costly damages or even law suits. Regular business insurance may not cover all of the specific liability needs of your auto shop, and Nevada body shop and garage insurance may be a better option for you.
Whether you are a parent of an incoming college freshman or a college freshman yourself, you understand the same feelings: packing for college can feel overwhelming. If you are about to head off to college at a university or college that is far enough from home that you won’t be able to make a quick trip home for any essentials that were forgotten, it can be confusing to figure out what to pack, how to pack it, and how not to forget anything.
It’s been a long hot summer. Although we are certainly grateful for the warm weather and long summer nights of relaxation and fun times, there are always little bumps in the road. Surely you have heard stories about heat stroke and how dangerous it can be – especially for the young children and elderly.