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Wednesday, September 10, 2014 Is Your Home Covered? You purchase home insurance to cover losses you may have to your home, equipment and property. There are a number of decisions you make regarding your coverage that will determine how the loss will be viewed by the insurance company. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 8, 2011SMART LOCATIONFrom the scale and size of our market, to the national and global access of our East Coast location, to our highly educated and diverse labor pool, Philadelphia is at the center of a dynamic and thriving region. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 16, 2011Educate Yourself After getting flood insurance, there are several things you can do to minimize losses in your home and ensure your family's safety. 1. Safeguard your possessions. Create a personal flood file containing information about all your possessions and keep it in a secure place, such as a safe deposit box or waterproof container. READ MORE >>
Thursday, December 30, 2010Getting the Right Advice on Your Homeowners Insurance. Your friends and family want you to have what’s best for you, just as you want the same for them. Unfortunately, this longing for you to have the best things in life can lead many of them to offer advice that—while well intentioned—is not necessarily as informed as you need it to be. READ MORE >>
Monday, December 6, 2010 By Jen Thorpe If your family celebrates Christmas, your home is probably filled with decorations right now. Those decorations might be beautiful, and looking at them might bring a smile to your face, as you think of memories of Christmas from previous years. Unfortunately, many Christmas decorations come with their own, potential, risks. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, November 24, 2010Our homes are our havens from the world but sometimes, if we aren’t properly prepared, the chill of winter can intrude. These simple tips can help you protect your home during the cold months, give you peace of mind when wintry weather strikes, and even save you money and reduce potential home insurance claims: READ MORE >>