Blog

Happy New Year!

We hope that you had a happy, safe time celebrating the New Year with your friends and family. Whether you rang in the New Year warm in bed or out on the town, I hope that 2018 is your best year yet!

I also wanted to say thank you for your continued support of our agency over the past twelve months.

Your Check Up from the Neck Up

by Bill Gough, Allstate Hall of Fame Member

Every so often I take an ethical account of my life up until the exact moment of where I am at in life. I call it “my check up from the neck up.”

I do this as a way of personal development when I feel as though I have made some poor or unsuccessful choices or if my attitude is not what it should be.

Boat Insurance Florida and what you really need

Boat Insurance Florida and what you really need

What does boat insurance Florida cover and how do you know what you really need?
The following are standard coverage's boat insurance Florida with standard deductibles and average limits:

Medical payments, $5,000.
Property Insurance( Theft, fire, etc) for the boats purchase price
$1,000 limit Personal effects, $250 deductible,
Uninsured boaters liability, between $300,000 and $500,000.
$500 to $1000 limit Towing and assistance, no deductible.

Marina boat insurance requirements you need to know

Marina boat insurance requirements you need to know

Marina boat insurance requirements you need to know while your boat is in a high and dry or or damaged by the marinas forklift . So what happens when the marina damages your boat while it is on a lift? You should have a plan. Often the boat can be held up to 5 stories high and if the boat drops whose insurance will cover the damage to your boat?

Does your insurance policy or the marinas cover damage to your boat

Often you will show up and find the boat is damaged.

Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday, November 5th”

The days are getting shorter and the weather is cooling off. You know what that means? It’s almost time for Daylight Saving Time to end.

Daylight Saving Time will end at 2:00 AM on Sunday, November 5th. Mark your calendar today so you don’t forget – otherwise you’ll be an hour ahead!

Daylight Saving Time is a great time to remind us to do little things around the home that should be done everything six months.