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Preparing for Severe Weather Events: What to do Before, During, and After

Spring weather is unpredictable and with that comes the possibility of severe weather. Being prepared for weather events is not difficult, but it does require some thought in advance and timely preparation. Now that most of us are confined to our homes, the timing is right to improve our..

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Water, Water, Everywhere! But How Much of it is Covered?

As the snow thaws and the spring rains commence, the threat of flooding and water damage rears its ugly face again. Many property owners, both commercial and personal, have some sort of flood coverage in place, but what exactly does a flood policy cover?

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Non-Owned Auto Insurance for Restaurants Offering Delivery During COVID-19

Yesterday the Insurance Commissioner of Wisconsin, Mark Afable, at the direction of Governor Tony Evers, ordered that insurance companies in Wisconsin must cover delivery services for restaurants on personal auto policies. Additionally, they must provide coverage for non-owned autos on the..

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Trip Cancellation Insurance & COVID–19 (Coronavirus)

Author: Doug Lefeber

Category: Personal Insurance

Do you find yourself in one of the following situations?

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4 Factors That Affect Your Car Insurance Premium

Author: Doug Lefeber

Category: Personal Insurance

If you’ve ever wondered why your auto insurance premium differs from what your family and friends pay, it’s because auto insurance policies are not one-size-fits-all. Factors like your personal driving history, how often you drive and where you live can all affect the cost of your auto policy...

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Thunderstorms - What to do Before, During, and After

Author: Doug Lefeber

Category: Personal Insurance

Warmer weather is here and with that comes the chance for severe thunderstorms. Here are some safety tips for before, during, and after a thunderstorm. 

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Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing this Winter

Winter weather is on its way and along with the arctic air comes the risk for frozen pipes. Have you done the following to prepare your home and business this winter?

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New Tax Bill Could Mean Additional Costs for Homeowners

Dissecting the recently passed 400+ page tax overhaul can be daunting, but there is one change that should have all homeowners taking a second look at their current insurance program.

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Resale of Flood Damaged Vehicles – Buyer Be Aware

Author: Doug Lefeber

Category: Personal Insurance

It’s estimated that there could be as many as a million vehicles that have sustained flood damage as a result of recent hurricanes and floods. Flood damaged vehicles are often transported well beyond their original region where consumers may be less aware. There have been many reports of flood..

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Deer Collision Season is Almost Here

Author: Doug Lefeber

Category: Personal Insurance

National Highway Safety Administration study shows that deer-related car accidents have consistently risen due to increasing deer populations and destruction of their habitat.  In Wisconsin, there were 20,413 such accidents reported in 2016, up from 18,312 in 2014.

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