One of the ways that we envision most effectively leveraging the H&K blog in the future is to provide our customers with access to articles on insurance that we come across that contain interesting information and perspective. Below is a link to just such that Brendon Kilcoyne called our attention to an article that originally appeared in US News & World Report. It addresses car insurance policy coverage inclusions that you may not know about as well things that you might think that you are covered for, but actually are not. Come to find out, you might be surprised to learn what your policy covers, and doesn’t cover. We found it to be interesting reading – we hope that you do, too.
As the article concludes with an important point with which we wholeheartedly agree:
“The bottom line is that you should read your car insurance policy thoroughly so that you are aware of the things that are covered and the things that are not. Many minor details can make a huge difference when you need to file a claim after a collision. For example, if you loan your car to a friend and he or she is involved in an accident, your car insurance will pay for the damages regardless of your friend’s insurance situation. Little things like that can increase your insurance costs, which means you should be aware of them when you purchase a new policy.”
Truer words were never spoken. This article provides other great insights into insurance which you should read about. Please call us anytime you have a coverage question – as your independent insurance agent, we are here for you.
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