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Category Archives: Homeowner’s Insurance

NJ Insurance Manager Admits To Impropriety

Post Date January 7, 2013 – New Jersey Attorney General announced a former manager from a New Jersey insurance brokerage Manger pleaded guilty to stealing millions of dollars from the NJ Insurance Insurance Agency he worked for.  The former NJ Insurance manager identified as Kelly L. Roetto admitted to nearly 4 million in customers insurance… Continue Reading

Flood Insurance Disaster Aid Approved By House

Post Date January 5, 2013 – The United States Senate approved over $60 billion in supplemental aid for the northeast states  hit hard by the Super storm Sandy. The emergency funding bill will increase the borrowing authority of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The bottom line the National Flood Insurance Program is broke!  The… Continue Reading

Hurricane Sandy Insurance Claims “Out Of Control”

Post Date December 8, 2012 – Although Hurricane Sandy has long past;  the after effects remain. Hurricane Sandy is now creating a storm of insurance claims and complaints from insurance consumers. Policyholders throughout the state of New Jersey are begging their state insurance regulators to intervene and force their auto insurance, homeowners insurance and flood… Continue Reading

Hurricane Insurance Deductible Waived For Homeowners

Post Date November 11, 2012 – Hurricane Sandy was the most destructive weather event in the northeast over the last 60 years.  The death and destruction from Sandy will be felt for decades.  Law makers in the effected eight states and the District of Columbia recently announced a temporary change in Homeowners Insurance Rules to help… Continue Reading

Auto Insurance Agents Offer Tips For Trick-or-Treat

Post Date October 19, 2012 – “Trick-or-treat, smell my feet – give me something good to eat”  Yes; it’s that time again time again. It’s when we send out our little ghosts and goblins for Halloween. As customers stop buy their auto insurance agents office to make their payments, auto insurance agents all over the… Continue Reading

New Jersey Insurance Department Holds Summit

Post Date September 24, 2012 – This week nearly two years after the bill was signed allowing New Jersey to license and regulate captive insurance carriers, the New Jersey Insurance Department held a major event on September 19, 2012 .  For those of you whom are not familiar with the term Captive Insurance, Captive Insurance is another… Continue Reading

Homeowners Insurance In Louisiana Has Been Granted A New Allie

Post Date September 11, 2012 – Homeowners Insurance In Louisiana is really no different that Homeowners Insurance in other US States.  Louisiana Insurance Department Chief, Mr. Jim Donelon, Enacted  “Emergency Rule 26” which  provides financial protection and help to customers of Homeowners Insurance in Louisiana.  Rule 26 was enacted last week on September 4th.  Since it… Continue Reading

Homeowners Insurance Coverage Vital For College Students Dorm Rooms

Post Date September 7, 2012 – As the beaches become less crowed  as the end of summer comes to a close; parents all over the commonwealth have education on their minds.  Moms and Dads all over the state are packing up their teens up and taking them to colleges and universities all over the State… Continue Reading

Ohio Auto Insurance Rates Jeopardized By Recent Storms

Post Date August 19, 2012 –  Ohio State Insurance Industry analysts say more than $400,000.00 in claims have been paid as a result serious storms activity.  A recent claims study conducted by the Ohio Insurance  Institute (OII) shows there has been an increase in Ohio auto insurance rates and Ohio homeowners insurance rates due to insured… Continue Reading