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Insurance for Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters Fires and floods: two common headlines throughout the country recently. Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc throughout Louisiana and up the Northeast coast as the fifth-strongest hurricane hit the mainland of the United States. Wind damage and flooding destr

Insure Your Summer Toys

Insure Your Summer Toys Utah is an outdoor mecca full of options all year round. For the first time in a decade, boat sales reached an all-time high in 2020, and Utah’s DWR reported a 45% increase in boat inspections across the state. With the pandemic, many people in Uta

Auto Thefts Surge Post-Pandemic

Auto Thefts Surge Post-Pandemic Almost everything B.C. (that’s, ahem, before covid) was less stressful, we just didn’t realize it until now. We’re certainly entering new norms in many aspects, and it looks like car ownership should be added to your list of what’s changed. S

What Happens if You Don’t Pay Your Home Insurance Premiums?

The importance of keeping your homeowners insurance in force If you don’t pay your home insurance premium by the due date, you may still have time to keep the policy in force. Most policies come with a grace period, giving you a little extra time – usually 30 days – to bring the policy premium current. I

For Business Insurance, Trust an Independent Insurance Agent

Using an independent insurance agent makes good sense for businesses Whether your current business insurance policy is lacking or you’re a new business owner looking for coverage, working with an independent insurance agent is in your best interests. Sure, you could shop around for business insurance on your own. Bu