Other Lines of Insurance to Consider

Personal Lines of Insurance

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Condo Insurance

Clearly, a condominium is not the same thing as a house. As such, condo insurance is not the same thing as homeowners insurance. Because it is a shared property, condo owners typically only insure part of their property solo. Remember, rules differ from complex to complex, so it is important to understand your condo association’s master policy. Go to Condo Insurance…

Classic & Antique Cars

Most likely you are not using your classic car to commute to work or driving your antique vehicle on a cross-country road trip. So why pay for a full personal auto insurance policy when you can get a separate specialty Classic Car Policy? Go to Classic & Antique Car Insurance…

Umbrella Policy

An Umbrella Policy is a financial safety net designed to protect you from major claims. The primary functions of an umbrella policy is two-fold: to provide additional liability coverage above the policy limits of your current homeowners, auto, and boat insurance, and can provide coverage for claims excluded by other liability policies. Go to Umbrella Policies…

Flood Insurance

Anywhere it rains it can flood. And just because you haven’t experienced a flood in the past, doesn’t mean you won’t in the future. Though not every Alabama homeowner is required to hold flood insurance, as a practical matter it isn’t a bad idea. Everyone lives in a flood zone – the only difference being the level of risk in that area. Flood zones are land areas identified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Each flood zone describes that land area in terms of its risk of flooding. Go to Flood Insurance…

Off-Road Vehicles

Throughout the state Alabama ATV riders have access to numerous off-road parks and trails for recreational use, but beyond recreation, all-terrain vehicles are increasingly being used for more specialized tasks such as transportation, hauling, property inspection, and the like. Additionally there are several other types of recreational vehicles that are categorized as off-road vehicles such as dirt bikes, golf carts, or even a Segway And although Alabama state law does not require ATV/Off-Road Vehicle insurance, it’s still a good idea to consider it. Go to Off-Road Vehicle Insurance…