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Friday Filmstrips: Get Your Smokey On

If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you know that fire has been an issue in California, Colorado, and now Michigan recently, and while we know that most of you have good fire insurance, we also know that a reminder about how fires start is a good thing from time to time, so we’re […]

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Friday Filmstrips: Fire Insurance Claim Tips

A house fire is one of the worst things most of us can imagine, but the trauma is even greater if you file a fire insurance claim incorrectly. For this week’s Friday Filmstrip, courtesy of YouTube and the Property Claim Tip guys, we offer a video on fire insurance claims. Enjoy!

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Foremost Expands Product Lines for Vermont Fire Insurance

It may seem strange to be talking about fire insurance policies when much of the country is dealing with massive amounts of rain thanks to Hurricane Earl and Tropical Storm Hermine, but those folks who have homes, or summer homes, in Vermont might be interested to know that Foremost Insurance Group is expanding their Dwelling […]

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Flagstaff Fire Damage Claims Reach $5 million

Arizona residents are feeling the heat from more than the sun this summer, especially near Flagstaff. The Schultz fire, burning near the city that was originally a railroad town, has already incurred up to $5 million in fire insurance and property damage claims, according to the latest information from the National Interagency Coordination Center’s Incident […]

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Wet Winter Plus Dry Spring Means More Wildfires Likely

If you live in the Southwest, it’s time to make sure you have adequate homeowners (hazard) insurance. Why? because AccuWeather is reporting that this season, and especially the next few days, could lead to a “particularly troubling” fire season. The company explained that the heavy moisture caused by intense winter storms spurred greater than usual […]

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Wyoming May Be At Greater Risk of Wildfires This Year

Wyoming residents may want to look carefully at their homeowners insurance policies this month, especially where fire insurance coverage is concerned. Why? Because according to national fire officials, a season of light snowfall is likely to mean greater risk of wildfires in the northwest part of the state this summer. Officials of the National Interagency […]

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