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Trees add a lot of beauty to a home, and can even help cut energy costs in the warmer months by providing shade. They can also cause a lot of damage if they are not maintained properly. 🌲🌲🌲🌲⠀
Although your #homeownersinsurance may cover the damage caused by falling trees and branches, it is not a bad idea to have a specialist come out to inspect the trees surrounding your property to reduce the risk of damage during storms and high winds. ⠀
If you are planning on taking the kids to the local hill once the next #snowday comes around don't just drop them off - stick around and make sure all participants are sledding safely. While a great past time, #sledding could also lead to serious injuries! #ThinkSafe
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As you're sprucing up your home this season, keep an eye out for common holiday trip-ups, fire hazards, and other safety snafus. Don't forget an affordable home insurance policy from @myinsurancedoctor: (888) 974-6736
Waiting truly is the hardest part. If you’ve submitted a claim, you may be wondering when you will receive the payment. An unreasonable delay in the response time of an insurance company could point to insurance bad faith if you aren’t given a valid reason.
📞Call David Low & Associates at 844-96-CLAIM if you feel like you’re getting the run around. Our experience will help ensure that your claim gets the attention it deserves. And we can combat bad faith issues. 💠
Keep in mind, an insurance company may only delay your payment if factors beyond the company’s control interfere with the claims process. The insurance company has 15 days from the elimination of these factors to make a payment, as unfair late payments violate Florida’s insurance codes. 🏘️
There's Snow Place like Home! Let's take a moment during this beautiful season to appreciate our little castle and make sure we are protected by the best #homeownersinsurance Whether here or there, let's pay our fare!
Homeowners - Landlords - Condo - Renters
While you may not be fond of the idea of putting up your own Christmas lights every year, you may wonder about your liability if you were to hire someone to do it for you. Who would be responsible if someone gets hurt?
Responsibility as a Homeowner - It is your responsibility to make them aware of any potential problems. Pointing out things such as hazards on your roof, issues with exterior outlets and unsafe areas to place a ladder.
Responsibility as a Christmas Light Installer Service - Ideally, you want to only work with companies that are insured. Not only does this protect you from paying if someone slips off your roof while hanging your lights, but it also provides some protection in the event that the company damages your home while working.