What Makes it a Home?

What Makes it a Home?

by: Aaron Whitaker You bought a house, and moved out of the old one but it hasn’t sold yet. If you go back to the old house almost every day, would it still be considered owner occupied by the insurance company? The answer is likely to be yes if the named insured is...
If You Build It

If You Build It

by: Aaron Whitaker Building a new house can be stressful. Decisions from “what hardware to use” to “what tile do I want in the bathrooms?” are what most people will be spending their time and energy on prior to and during the construction. What is often thought of too...
Wedding Bells

Wedding Bells

by: Aaron Whitaker I’ll be getting married next month, and that means I’ve rented a venue. I signed a contract that requires me to provide a certificate of insurance with the venue listed as an additional insured. Anyone who has rented a venue has likely seen this...
6 Boating Safety Tips

6 Boating Safety Tips

These are just a few tips on how to stay safe out on the water this summer. Spring is here in Michigan and sunshine is just around the corner. Be sure to always wear your flotation device! Regular Maintenance: Perform suggested maintenance and visually inspect your...
Diamonds Are Forever

Diamonds Are Forever

by: Aaron Whitaker I’ll be married in less than two months from now. The engagement ring has been bought, offered to my now fiance and as I’m getting married, you can gather that she said yes! What does this have to do with insurance? Well, who should schedule the...
Inland Marine

Inland Marine

Inland Marine insurance is an endorsement added onto a home owners policy or can be a stand alone policy.  This info graphic only goes over Inland Marine coverage as it relates to personal insurance policies, commercial inland marine is a different kind of insurance...