All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Homeowner’s policy’

Claim of the Month: Breakdown of Critical Home Equipment

A home automation system broke down when the controller overheated and shorted out.  The original components and wiring were not compatible with the new equipment; a wireless replacement system had to be installed. Cost to install the new system: $63,239     Amount covered by a homeowner's policy without Equipment Breakdown coverage: $0   Critical home equipment repairs and replacements can be very costly. Typically there is no need to …

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Theme of the Month: Summer Parties and Social Host Liability

Whether you are celebrating the graduation of a child or having having a 4th of July barbecue, if you are planning to serve alcohol at any type of party, it is important to take precautions to reduce your liquor liability and make sure you are adequately insured. Click to read more on how you may take these precautions. Typically there …

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