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Tag Archives: homeowners insurance
Instead of using a ladder to inspect parts of a home, insurance claims adjusters are instead turning to drones. They’re easy to use and safer for insurance employees. And drone inspections take less time than a physical inspection, potentially shortening … Continue reading
As the remnants of Hurricane Harvey make their way out of Texas, attention now focuses on rebuilding efforts in the communities affected by this unprecedented weather event. However, misinformation has been circulating on social media and in some news reports … Continue reading
Someone who just experienced a death in the family or similar hardship might not have insurance rates and coverage top of mind. But Texas requires insurance companies that use credit scoring to grant exceptions for such negative life events. Negative … Continue reading
A survey commissioned by insuranceQuotes—an insurance-comparison website—found that 56% of surveyed homeowners think a standard homeowners policy covers flood damage. But they’re wrong. Although you might know the ins and outs of homeowners insurance, there’s a good chance your clients … Continue reading