Insurance & Restaurants

Everyone loves to eat out, which in recent years has led to the development of many new restaurants. This can include a wide variety of types of service, from a food truck to a place of fine dining.  As the restaurant industry grows, so do the needs of those involved in the industry – especially their needsContinue reading “Insurance & Restaurants”

Some Wintery Insurance Tips

Quick hit tips for preventing stress during the chilliest months of the year!

Motorcycle Insurance – coverage review

Good morning everyone! For those in Western PA, motorcycle season is very nearly upon us, and if you’re like me, that’s an exciting and gratifying thing indeed.  Four to five very long months of waiting can get rough on us all. One thing that tends to sit on the backburner is the motorcycle insurance renewalContinue reading “Motorcycle Insurance – coverage review”

Winter weather tips – damage & injury prevention

Good afternoon!  Seeing as how the Pittsburgh area is forecast to experience record low temperatures tomorrow & Friday, I thought I would put together a short blog with links for useful tips to prevent damage to your home and to keep yourself & your pets from getting injured. Hope you find the information useful! PreventContinue reading “Winter weather tips – damage & injury prevention”

Driverless cars – insurance for the future?

As you may have noticed, there is a lot of news coming out lately about driverless cars – Google is one of the main players in the field,  but Carnegie Mellon University made a big splash locally and nationally when it unveiled a very successful test-drive in the Cranberry area nearly two years ago.  AContinue reading “Driverless cars – insurance for the future?”

Identity Theft, Flood Insurance, and antique coverage – Part Three

In this final installment of our 3 part mini-series, we are going to review a little bit of information about coverage for antiques and high-value items you may have in your home. This is a topic that I covered briefly in my post reviewing homeowner’s insurance (HOI) in general.  As discussed there, while most HOI policiesContinue reading “Identity Theft, Flood Insurance, and antique coverage – Part Three”

Identity Theft, Flood Insurance, and antique coverage – Part Two

Hello everyone, we’re back again! This time we are going to briefly review the debacle that is flood insurance.  Operated by the National Flood Insurance Program (under the auspices of FEMA) or NFIP for short, flood insurance has gone through quite the upheaval lately.  This is due, in large part, to the fact that theContinue reading “Identity Theft, Flood Insurance, and antique coverage – Part Two”

Christmas Outtakes

As promised last weeks, here are some of the more amusing outtakes from last week’s photoshoot for our Christmas “card”: These next three would’ve made an amusing gif.  It appears almost as though she’s singing “Joy to the World!” like Clark Griswold. This is one of my favorites of all of them: These last picturesContinue reading “Christmas Outtakes”

A review of Personal Insurance – Home Owners (Part 1)

Homeowners coverage.  Where to begin?  With your home, of course!  In this “installment,”  I’m going to review a couple things to keep in mind while reviewing or considering insuring your home – based on the assumption that you own, not rent. The primary “concern” of homeowners is protecting the actual dwelling itself.  As there areContinue reading “A review of Personal Insurance – Home Owners (Part 1)”

Concerns about the Affordable Care Act

Some of the reasons why the Affordable Care Act (ACA) gives me a great deal of concern about it’s potential economic impact: Employers are required to provide coverage if they have 50 or more full-time employees, or face paying taxes and fines Individuals are required to carry coverage, or face paying taxes and fines AContinue reading “Concerns about the Affordable Care Act”

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