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Blog Posts in 2016

  • What to Do If You're in an Auto Accident to Protect Your Rights Under Your Insurance Policy

    Obtain a Copy of the Police Accident Report These may be obtained in person or on line from your local or state police department that investigated the collision. Review the report. Oftentimes the report contains erroneous information. If it does, send a written notification to the investigating agency setting for the correct information and request that the amend the record. If they refuse, at ...
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  • Holiday School Safe Driving Tips

    The holidays are fast approaching and it’s a good time to review the basic back to school safe driving tips. Watch for Buses While the flashing lights on a school bus and the bus itself with its loud yellow paint job may be hard to miss, its good to be especially vigilant during school hours. Make sure that you watch for buses, keep a reasonable distance from them and pay particular attention to ...
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  • What You Need to Know about Umbrella Insurance

    It is important to note that automobile liability policies and homeowner’s policies only provide coverage up to a certain limit set forth in each policy. Additionally, auto policies do not cover homeowner’s losses and homeowner’s policies do not cover liability for car accidents. What can you do to protect yourself against the personal exposure of a liability claim which exceeds your auto or ...
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  • What You Need to Know about Homeowner's Insurance

    Your home is probably your most valuable asset, so it’s important to make sure it is protected with homeowners insurance. A standard homeowner’s policy will provide you with the basic protections like fires and theft, but a standard policy has limits which can leave you with holes in your coverage. Homeowner’s coverage does not generally provide protection for natural disasters such as flood or ...
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  • Protection Against Uninsured or Underinsured Drivers

    Connecticut law requires only a minimum amount of liability coverage. In order to register a vehicle in Connecticut, the owner only has to present proof that there is in effect an automobile liability insurance police of $20,000 per person; $40,000.00 per accident and $10,000.00 in property damage coverage. These limits are severely inadequate to compensate severely injured persons. To understand ...
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  • Involved in a Motor Vehicle Collision?

    Being involved in an auto collision can be a difficult experience. Despite driving defensively, taking driver education courses and preparing for stressful driving situations, vehicle collisions still occur. What do you do if you are involved in a collision? The best defense to avoid any problems after a crash is to be prepared. Keeping a pen and paper, disposable camera or cell phone camera and ...
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