Bruce Sackrison is an insurance property and casualty broker affiliated with Professional Insurance Associates. He works with clients with insurance needs for personal, commercial and business insurance.
We all forget things. But forgetting certain ingredients in your homeowners association (HOA) insurance recipe can be a disaster.
In my last article, I talked about several ways your Homeowners Association (HOA) insurance policy could be inadequate. This week, I’d like to start a series about specific mistakes to watch out for in your Homeowners Association Policy.
It’s almost time to hitch up the boat and head for the lake. Before you do, here are four questions to ask your insurance agent:
If your home is severely damaged due to a fire, you may not have enough insurance to rebuild your home... even if you have replacement coverage!
Many of our neighbors are still picking up the pieces after the fires last fall destroyed more than 7,000 homes across the North Bay.
The sun sets early, and it gets cold outside at night. Are you ready in case of an accident or breakdown?
This is a difficult column for me to write. There are no adequate words to describe the sadness we all share for friends and neighbors affected by the fires.