While most people know they need home insurance, they may not know about just how many variations are available within the policies. The contracts and terms can be adjusted to fit your property, and they can be updated when you need to drop or add coverage. Consider these facts, so you know whether or not you need to change your home insurance.
Mold, Belongings and Floods
Many people might call on their home insurance policy if they experience common problems like water damage from flood or a mold infestation in the structure of their home, but they may be surprised to find out that they’ll have to shoulder the costs of this on their own. Also, your belongings very well may not be protected either. Replacing your things after a theft or natural disaster can be astronomical, and the emotional burden of having lost your possessions makes it far harder to do. Repairs can also run you into the thousands, which can be impossible for the average homeowner.
Customizing Your Home Insurance Policy
If you buy an expensive piece of jewelry or art piece, then you likely don’t think to update their insurance policy. However, even if your possessions are covered, there’s generally a cap at how much the insurance company will pay for. The beauty of insurance is that you have the ability to change your policy if you need to. Look for a company who you can count on when you have questions.
E.S.T.I.R. Inc. serves the people of Manassas, and can help you find a policy that works for you. We’re happy to give you the facts of insurance and then let you make the final call. Contact us if you need a quote!.
Often times when a fender bender occurs there is some confusion as to who caused it and what the proper course of action is. Though may states are considered no fault states, which means that blame cannot be assigned to one party or the other, there is still some importance in establishing what truly happened. In cases where you are involved in a fender bender that is not your fault and in which fraud is a factor, knowing how to prove that fraud is present is a big help.
The first step in any accident is to establish a clear time line. This means that you take the time to think about what series of events led to the accident in the first place. Were you at a red light, a stop sign, a turn, a parking lot, this type of information can be very helpful in determining what happened and what to do next. After the time line has been established, you will need to collect evidence.
This does not mean collecting things like fingerprints or any other sort of evidence of this nature, but rather things like witness statements, cell phone records to prove you were not using your phone, red light cameras is there are any present, and things of this nature. If you have witnesses be sure that you have their statements taken by a third party that is not partial so that they will stand up in court or any other legal setting. With the right evidence and possibly the assistance of an attorney, you should be able to clear your name and prove that the fender bender was a fraud to keep your rates from going up and your driving record from being marred. E.S.T.I.R. Inc. can help you to get your information in order and stop false claims.