Dani Milton is a senior content strategist and insurance specialist for SmartFinancial. She received her B.A. in English from the University of Missouri-Columbia. The Georgia writer loves making complicated topics accessible. Her past work has appeared on NPR and other news outlets. She once served as a public relations specialist, NASA Solar System Ambassador and Georgia Radio Reading Service volunteer host. In her spare time, she creates art, reads books, listens to music and watches online content.
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Did you make improvements to your home or are you considering renovations? If so, chances are that homeowners insurance is the last thing on your mind. It should be the first.
If the accident was your fault, you’re not covered unless you have collision and/or comprehensive insurance.
If you’re not comparing auto insurance rates because it’s too time consuming or switching carriers sounds like a complicated hassle, you are definitely overpaying for auto insurance.
There are a few drivers with more serious infractions. They may need high risk auto insurance because they are at high risk of filing a claim.
As we become increasingly reliant on digital technologies, consumer experience will revolve around convenience.
In short, if education is to your favor, use it to your advantage. If it works against you, make sure it’s not a factor in determining your risk.
Homeowners insurance covers the insured property inside and out. It also covers the loss or damage of personal belongings and injuries that happen while on the property.
Car warranties and car insurance are different in that they serve different purposes. Car insurance is intended to cover a loss. Warranties cover maintenance and breakdowns.
What your young driver does, while driving your car, has a direct impact on what you pay for your insurance.