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Holiday Tips for Florida Homeowners

Holiday Tips for Florida Homeowners

This is the time of year where Florida homeowners are hosting holiday gatherings and celebrating the season of giving. To ensure a fun and safe holiday season, read our blog to learn a few holiday tips Florida homeowners should follow.
International Fraud Awareness Week: Know the Facts

International Fraud Awareness Week: Know the Facts

Practically every year, fraud against businesses and individuals increases.  Companies lose at least 5% of their revenue annually to fraud.  This fraud is paid back by consumers on every transaction – including your insurance premium. Learn more about insurance fraud with us.
Types of Insurance Fraud

Types of Insurance Fraud

The National Insurance Crime Bureau reports: about 10% or more of property-casualty insurance claims may be fraudulent. These crimes add up to billions of dollars in fraudulent insurance claims every year. Even if you haven’t suffered a direct loss, you are still a victim of insurance fraud because it causes higher insurance premiums for all of us, raising taxes, and inflating prices for consumer goods. Read about three of the most common insurance related fraud below.
Hosting the Holidays: Tips to Prevent Accidents

Hosting the Holidays: Tips to Prevent Accidents

Holidays can be a time of hosting fun celebrations with family and friends at home. Amidst the holiday cheer, homeowners should take measures to prevent accidents from occurring. According to NFPA, in 2019, the three leading dates for home structure fires caused by cooking were: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. Follow some of these holiday hosting tips to prevent accidents from occurring in your home.
Homeowners Insurance Tips for Halloween

Homeowners Insurance Tips for Halloween

For many families, Halloween is one of their favorite days of the year. Along with preparing a for a fun night of festivities, it’s important to take time to make sure our family and homes are safe.
Fire Prevention Tips for Homeowners

Fire Prevention Tips for Homeowners

Nobody expects a fire to occur in their home or property, however, accidents do occur. If you are not careful, a small fire can become devastating within a matter of seconds. Some of the most common types of fires include heating fires, cooking/kitchen fires, candles or open flame fires, and wildfires. As a homeowner, it is important you know your risk of a fire occurring, how to prevent a fire, and what to do in the event of a fire. By following some of the fire safety information below, you ca
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