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Having car insurance in Texas is incredibly important. The state is known for its winding highways, sprawling construction and fast drivers. In 2019, there were 12,161 crashes that resulted in 14,908 people obtaining serious injuries. A standard auto insurance policy in Texas includes: READ MORE >>

States have their own mandates as to how much auto insurance drivers must carry. This is to ensure other people are protected in case a driver causes bodily injury or property damage in an accident. Texas is no exception, and actually has higher requirements than a lot of other states. READ MORE >>

Owning a home is a huge investment and can be expensive. Homeowners insurance rates can crawl up without notice until you’re hit with a bill that’s way over what you originally expected. Thankfully, there are ways to pay less for your homeowners’ insurance. Build Your Credit READ MORE >>

When you buy a home, you have to prepare yourself to spend a lot of money. First, there’s the cost to buy the home, which is likely one of the biggest costs you will ever make. Second, there’s all the money you’ll invest in property maintenance and upkeep over the years. READ MORE >>

Regardless of how old you are, you’re going to want to think about the future. This includes thinking about a time when you won’t be here anymore. Your eventual death will mean making arrangements for what you leave behind, including survivors. Even if you don’t have much, you’re going to leave behind an estate. READ MORE >>

When it comes to what is and isn't covered on home insurance the line is usually drawn at one simple question: Was there anything you could have done to prevent the damages? This is why we check our plumbing for leaks and keep our smoke detector batteries fresh. One area that many homeowners neglect, however, is ventilation. READ MORE >>

People always say that home insurance is "better to have and not need than the other way around." The trick is figuring out when you need it. Ideally, insurance is a last line of defense. Sometimes, it even makes far more sense to cover the damages yourself without filing a claim. Here's are some things to consider: READ MORE >>

If you’re familiar with your business insurance plan, you’ve probably examined its professional liability coverage to great extent. Between employee slip-and-fall injuries, construction site injuries, fleet accidents and more, there are a lot of situations which can result in financial trouble. READ MORE >>

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