It’s that time of year again! As summer winds down and last-minute vacations wrap-up; it’s time to start thinking about back-to-school shopping. With prices higher …
In today’s world access to information is literally available at our fingertips. While all of this innovation has allowed businesses to operate more efficiently and compete in the marketplace like never before, it has also opened the door to a new threat of cyber liability and this threat is growing quickly.
As April showers bring May flowers, the rainwater may also flood your home or property, causing financial and emotional devastation.
It is reported that flooding is the number one natural disaster in the United States, and while flood insurance is not always required, it is a good idea because even just one inch of water can cost more than $25,000 in damage.
The answer to this question may seem like a no-brainer because you may think Oklahoma is well-known for tornados, and earthquakes just don’t happen here. As insurance professionals, we know earthquakes can and do happen even in Oklahoma, and they can cause significant damage to your property.
When you buy a new vehicle, whether a personal or commercial purchase, it loses a portion of its value the second your tires hit the street outside the dealership.
But if you financed that purchase through a lender, you’re on the hook for the total price you paid for the car. If you change your mind and try to sell the car to someone else, the value will technically be less than what you paid.
Do you understand what your policy will do at the point of claim? We do!