Open Perils vs. Named Perils: What’s The Difference
June 4, 2021
When close-reading your homeowners insurance policy, you might see references to "open perils" or "named perils." Here's what each term means.
Insurance Trivia: The Lutine Bell
May 27, 2021
The British warship HMS Lutine sank in 1799, taking all of its gold and silver along with it. The only thing that Lloyds of London has been able to recover from the wreck: the bell.
What exactly is catastrophe insurance?
May 19, 2021
For insurance providers, a catastrophic event is something deemed very unlikely, but extremely expensive. You know, like the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 CE.
Q & A: Now that I’ve paid off my car, do I need to update my insurance?
May 11, 2021
Congrats - you paid off your car loan! Now here's what to do about your auto insurance.
What to look for in your COVID-era travel insurance
May 5, 2021
As the world starts to open back up and folks start traveling again, we looked at the policies that will protect you in case COVID-19 disrupts your plans.
Four things to consider before cancelling your insurance
April 28, 2021
One of the biggest insurance rumors we hear is that policy cancellations always come with a penalty. That's not necessarily true, but there are still some important factors to consider.
Insurance Trivia: San Francisco Earthquake of 1906
April 19, 2021
Following the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, insurers made a surprising decision that ultimately bankrupt many of them. Read on to learn more.