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Flood Insurance Reform – Now It Is In The Hands Of Congress

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Reports surfaced earlier this week that a new bill is circulating in Congress that will fund the National Flood Insurance Program for Americans for 5 years. This is a huge step considering that Washington has only funded the program with band aids over the past several years. Like Social Security and Medicare, the government’s flood program is outdated,… Read more »

8 Simple Homeowner Tips to Prevent an Insurance Claim

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Some things in life that take about 5 minutes to perform can go a long way in preventing a major event that could be costly to your family, your home, and your belongings. Consider the following as “annual tasks” to mark off your list. Pick a day (the annual time change during spring or fall… Read more »

What Should an Insured Do After a Storm Claim

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In this spring season where storms are numerous, let’s review what your first steps should be in the event you have a claim or think you may have one to turn in to the insurance company. Prevent additional damage. This is an obligation you have as an insured  in most insurance contracts. Once the storm is… Read more »

Tips That a Burglar Would Never Tell You

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My car got broken into last night in my garage…and I am angry. Plus I am insurance agent and that makes me big time angry because I see incidents like this a lot and I get sick and tired of them. I stumbled upon this article a few months ago and thought i would pass… Read more »

Earthquake Insurance Follow up – “The Great Central US ShakeOut”

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In reference to my blog the other day about earthquake insurance, there is an interesting event scheduled for April 28th, 2011 at 10:15 AM called “The Great Central US ShakeOut”. You can register for free by visiting www.shakeout.org/centralus. This online event is a great way for individuals and communities to get vital information about earthquake related issues –… Read more »

Earthquake Insurance

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Last May’s damaging flood exposed a significant gap in a multitude of homeowners insurance portfolios – a separate flood insurance policy. No one could have predicted this 500 year event which destroyed neighborhoods and businesses all over Middle Tennessee. But what about the “other” gap in coverage that is lingering in the minds of many insurance agents across… Read more »

Flood Insurance Myths

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Here’s some “myths” about flood insurance that are out there in the marketplace. All of this can be quite confusing so give contact our agency at FPRInsurance.com for more information. We have the ability to quote flood insurance in over 34 states. You have to live in an actual designated “flood zone” to buy flood… Read more »

Nashville Spring Storms Bring Insurance Questions

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Nashville and Middle Tennessee have for years been the hotbed for terrible spring storms with high winds and heavy downpours. At FPR, we are hit with lots of questions regarding our customer’s coverage during this time of year. Remember, all policies are not the same but almost all standard homeowners policies exclude flood coverage. Flood is not just the overflow of… Read more »