Homeowners Insurance For Airbnb

Jun 26, 2020 (0) comment  

Airbnb

Most owners of short-term rental properties are not aware their homeowners or landlord insurance does not adequately cover Airbnb® and Vrbo® exposure. When you entrust your property to a paying short-term rental guest, giving them the keys to your house, insurance contracts begin to break down and big gaps in coverage exist. Common gaps would be […]

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Electrical Contractor Insurance

Jun 19, 2020 (0) comment  

Electrical Contractor

It’s probably not shocking that electricians face many hazards on the job, from the risk of potentially electrocuting themselves or others, to the possibility of damaging the property they’re working on, to even potentially causing a fire due to an incomplete job.  Electrical work is not for the faint of heart and the consequences of […]

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Flood Risk is Rising!

Jun 12, 2020 (0) comment

Flood

Note from National Flood Service – We are anticipating an especially active flood and hurricane season. Heavy rainfall, a growing number of named storms, and other factors are contributing to an increase in the risk of flooding. Where it rains it can flood and it’s critical that your policyholders know where they are vulnerable. The risk […]

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General Liability Insurance

Jun 12, 2020 (0) comment  

Seguro Para Contratista Kentucky

AmeriAgency – We Get You Covered It’s great being a contractor, but for all the wonderful things it’s associated with, contracting work also brings with it a lot of risks. Roofers, for example, work at height. That means when an accident takes place, somebody could get hurt, or some part of the property will sustain […]

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5 Things Homeowners Need to Know to Prepare for Flood Season

Jun 11, 2020 (0) comment  

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, this flood season promises to affect millions. Experts predict that 128 million Americans are still at risk of flooding and 1.2 million Americans are at risk for major flooding.  Your policyholders may not know the risk that they face this flood season. They may believe they are covered […]

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Cyberattacks Against Small Businesses

Jun 01, 2020 (0) comment  

Businee Insurance

Cyberattacks against small businesses have become more aggressive since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak and are increasingly difficult to detect. The following real-world examples will help guide you in how to identify an attack and avoid becoming a victim. Phishing Scams Phishing is a type of social engineering scam that attempts to fraudulently obtain sensitive information using […]

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How does flood insurance work?

May 29, 2020 (0) comment  

Flood

Learn everything you need to know about flood insurance, and request a quote today. Request a Quote What Does Flood Insurance Cover? A flood—from an insurance perspective—is defined as water that has done damage to a person’s property or has spread across at least two acres. Floods can cause serious damage to your home or […]

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Affordable Texas Home Insurance

May 26, 2020 (0) comment  

Affordable Texas Home Insurance Quotes If you find yourself humming “Texas, our Texas,” then you’re probably looking for a way to save on your homeowners premiums in the Lone Star State. With affordable homeownership here in the second most populous state in the nation, many of the estimated 27,469,114 people that live here either live in a home or […]

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A Guide to Moving: Delaware

May 22, 2020 (0) comment  

So you’re considering a move to Delaware, but your knowledge of the state is as nonexistent as most other Americans. Don’t worry, friend, you’ve come to the right place. For both your curiosity and your convenience, we’ve compiled an informative, though goofy at times, little guide to all things Delaware. It includes what we think […]

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How Is Kentucky Homeowners Insurance Calculated?

May 21, 2020 (0) comment  

Kentucky House Insurance

How is Kentucky homeowners insurance calculated?Insurance carriers calculate the cost of a home insurance policy by asking “how likely is it that something bad will happen?” The more likely it is that something bad will happen, the more expensive the home insurance policy will be, and vice versa. We call these potential disasters “risk.” Let’s […]

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