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Travelers Tip: 5 QUestions to Ask Your Moving Company

Posted by TWG Insurance on October 1, 2018

Check out this helpful blog by Travelers Insurance: 

A professional moving company can efficiently load and unpack a household in a fraction of the time that it would take for many of us could do it ourselves. Make sure you hire the right moving company with trained professionals who will do everything they can to make your move easier, whether you are moving local, or long distance.

Here are five questions to ask a moving company before you hire them: 

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance


Erie Tip: Must-Have Items For Your Home Emergency Kit

Posted by TWG Insurance on September 24, 2018

Check out this very helpful blog by Erie Insurance: It can be hard to imagine several days (or weeks) without power, internet or running water. But in the event of an emergency, anything can happen. That’s why your family should have an emergency plan and supplies ready for any type of disaster.

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance


Tips From Erie: Could Your Bike Helmet Pass This Test?

Posted by TWG Insurance on September 17, 2018
Check out this blog by Erie Insurance.  Wherever you go – on two wheels or four – Erie Insurance is here to help you live your good life, uninterrupted and worry-free. Read More
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Cincinnati Insurance Tip: WHEN YOU KNOW A STORM IS COMING, TAKE STEPS TO PREPARE

Posted by TWG Insurance on September 11, 2018

By Cincinnati Insurance

There are steps you can take to prepare your home or business for a storm.

When a hurricane or tropical storm turns inland, it may diminish in strength, but the potential remains for severe damage from winds and heavy rain. When you know a storm is coming, take steps to minimize damage and speed recovery.

First and foremost, take whatever precautions are necessary to protect yourself and your family. While property preparations are important, they’re not worth risking life or health. If you need to evacuate, do so, as long as you have time to reach a place of safety. Don’t be caught on the roads in your car or attempt to drive through water-covered streets. Once the storm reaches your area, stay inside, away from windows and possible flying debris.

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance, Business Insurance, File a Claim, In The News


A WHOLE LOT OF SHAKING GOING ON! ARE YOU COVERED?

Posted by TWG Insurance on September 10, 2018

Many homeowners and businesses are under the impression that their insurance will cover damage from an earthquake. Unfortunately, this isn't the case. Many insurance policies specifically exclude damage from earthquakes and floods. This leaves individuals or businesses paying out of pocket for damage caused by an earthquake. Even a small tremor can cause a cracked foundation, structural damage or destruction of property.

You may be able to add Earthquake Coverage to your property insurance policy. This coverage may have a high deductible, but repairs, like fixing a cracked foundation, can be incredibly expensive.

Vehicles may be covered for earthquake damage if you have comprehensive coverage.

We encourage you to check with your insurance agent!

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance, Business Insurance, File a Claim


TWG Insurance Represents Many Top Carriers

Posted by TWG Insurance on August 27, 2018


Want to save money to put towards other things? Consider reviewing your current insurance costs, whether it be personal or business related. TWG Insurance shops & compares many of the TOP carriers so that you get the the best deal at the best price.
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Topics: Life Insurance, Car Insurance, Business Insurance, Homeowners Insurance


Tip From Erie: Protect Your Pets From Hot Cars

Posted by TWG Insurance on August 20, 2018
As much as we think of our pets as family members, remember dogs  and cats can’t perspire to regulate their body temperature like people do. They can only deal with the heat by pant ing and  through the pads of their feet. So it’s harder for pets to handle warm temperatures than for us. 

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Topics: Distracted Driving, Car Insurance


Tip From Erie: More Grandparents are Raising Grandkids - 3 Things to Know

Posted by TWG Insurance on August 13, 2018

Check out this blog by Erie Insurance...

With every year the goes by, more and more grandparents are raising their grandchildren. 

With grandparents taking lead on rearing responsibilities, life insurance has become very important.  

As a grandparent, if you already have life insurance it may be vital to review your policy.  Is it set up with consideration for your grandchildren?  Be sure to consider how much coverage you own, and who the beneficiaries are.

If you do not yet have life insurance, it’s not too late.  Life insurance can still be affordable, especially term life insurance.  It all depends on your age, the product, coverage amount, and the underwriting.  Life insurance can be easily customized for your specific needs.

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Topics: Life Insurance


How Named Storms Affect Your Insurance Coverage (Erie Insurance)

Posted by TWG Insurance on August 6, 2018
We'd like to share a blog by Erie Insurance about how named storms affect your insurance coverage.  Hurricane insurance is a little tricky. Private homeowners insurance does not cover flood damage , but it should cover any damage  caused by hurricane winds. Even so, many homeowner policies  have special deductibles for hurricane damage  that are separate  from the general deductible for other damages. Read More
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Topics: Homeowners Insurance


Medicare, Are You Ready?

Posted by TWG Insurance on July 30, 2018

Understanding Medicare is important, we are here to make sure you know your policy because we care. Whether you have Medicare A, Medicare B (or both), our in-house Certified Advisor is here to personally help you attain your coverage needs. 

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Topics: Medicare