Category: Home Insurance

Can You Live Without Disaster Insurance?

  Human caused disasters and natural disasters occur in every state. California has earthquakes and wild fires, Colorado has flooding and wildfires, the Northeast has winter storms and high winds, Florida has flooding and hurricanes, and the Midwest has flooding and tornados. Insurance And Disasters It is safe to say that most business and homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover the risks associated with disasters.... Read Article

Get Added Protection

Umbrella Insurance Many businesses and people are unsure what an umbrella policy is or what it covers. Partners Risk Services is here to help. We will explain the basics of Umbrella Insurance and the benefits to you and your business. When you are outside and there is a light rain or breeze you generally don’t need or want an umbrella. However, if it is pouring... Read Article

Flood Insurance, Do You Really Need It?

Many homeowners decide to go without flood insurance. Some people figure the odds are low that anything will happen, while other people think that a flood is covered under their current policy. Let us correct you; unless you have added flood insurance coverage, it is excluded. We agree that the probability is low, nonetheless, it does exist. Now is the time to consider Louisiana flood... Read Article

How To Celebrate July Fourth Safely

Fireworks during the Fourth of July are as American as apple-pie, but did you know that two out of five fires reported on that day are started by fireworks, more than for any other cause? So you think it cannot happen to you? Here are a few facts: In 2018 over 9,800 people went to the emergency room as a result of fireworks related injuries.... Read Article

Are Rideshare Drivers Covered By Their Auto Insurance?

Are Rideshare Drivers Covered By Their Auto Insurance? If you drive your personally owned auto for Uber, Lyft, or even a pizza delivery company, your personal auto insurance will not provide the coverage you need, should you be involved in an accident.  Uber and Lyft are "rideshare" services that compete with taxis and more traditional car transport services. These companies do not own or operate... Read Article