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Sometimes we just put things off. Things like cleaning the oven, staining the deck and purchasing flood insurance. Why? Because there just isn't an immediate need and other things grab our attention first. But when you hear on the news that there are flash floods in your area or a river is rising to flood level, then that flood insurance probably regains your attention. READ MORE >>

The recent news about the Ebola Virus migrating to the United States has been a hot topic lately. It is sad about Thomas Eric Duncan that died earlier this week and it makes me think about my own mortality. Fortunately this is a disease that has a lot of attention and is difficult to contract compared to other viruses, but the inevitable will come to us all at some point. READ MORE >>

I would like to think that most insurance agents are ethical people but quite often I read about an agent or agency owner that engages in unethical practices. We see this happen very often with homeowners insurance here in South Texas and it makes us ethical agents sad to see some of our competition take advantage of naive consumers. READ MORE >>

One of the things I like most about being an independent insurance agent is being able to insure our clients' passions along with their assets. One of my favorite passions is classic cars and motorcycles. I decided to write about this type of coverage today because our sponsorship of Mustang Fest 2014 which is held on the USS Lexington this year in Corpus Christi, TX. READ MORE >>

When you think of flood insurance, you may think that it covers any flooding that occurs. However, that’s not quite the case since floods have many different origins. In fact, to be covered by flood insurance, the flood must be a temporary condition and must cover two or more properties to qualify for coverage. READ MORE >>

For homeowners who live in areas at risk of hurricanes there are some steps to take to mitigate damage. Many require advanced planning long before a storm is predicted. To protect your home, read and incorporate the following tips. Roofs and Attics An older roof may be weak and won't be able to sustain the wind and water damage. READ MORE >>

Many people enjoy riding motorcycles, as well as the gas they save by riding them. A daily driver might spend $100 to $200 per month on gas (depending on what vehicle he or she uses), but a motorcycle typically only costs you $20 to $30 in fuel per month. But gas isn't the only thing you can save on by two-wheeling it. READ MORE >>

Have you ever wondered how homeowners insurance premiums are calculated? Many people don't really think much about it. They may assume it is what it is, and that coverage will be there when they need it. It is a good idea, however, to understand the factors that go into calculating the price of insurance premiums. READ MORE >>

Have you ever experienced the damaging effects of a squirrel scurrying into your car and making a snack out of critical wiring? Those who have can face damages costing anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars, depending on the wires, hoses and other components that are destroyed by the furry critters. READ MORE >>

Small business owners must wear many hats, from the duties of bookkeeping to operations to marketing. With all of that hard work put into building a successful store or restaurant, business owners want to protect their investment and livelihood. However, most people are unfamiliar with the ins and outs of the insurance industry. READ MORE >>

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