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Hurricane Kit- Be Prepared for at Least 3 Days

Hurricane Kit- Be Prepared for at Least 3 Days

With the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season winding down, now is a good time to make plans for you and your family to be prepared. This might seem counter-intuitive, however getting ready now will be one less thing to worry about should a storm arise, and you’ll be ahead of the pack come late spring 2013 when the new Hurricane Season begins. Plus, buying these supplies now will save you money, as once a storm in on the horizon prices tend...

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Homeowners Insurance Personal Property, Coverage ‘C’Inventory

Homeowners Insurance Personal Property, Coverage ‘C’Inventory

After we have determined the correct Replacement Cost value for the reconstruction of your home (for the Dwelling Coverage ‘A’), then next most important coverage to focus on is the Homeowners Insurance Personal Property, or sometimes referred to as Contents coverage (coverage ‘C’). Many Insurance companies have a built in limit of 50% of the Dwelling Coverage A, however there are some companies that will let you...

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Great Praise from another Florida Insurance Guy satisfied customer

Great Praise from another Florida Insurance Guy satisfied customer

Just wanted to share another email from a happy Florida Insurance Guy customer. Triton Insurance can solve all of your Insurance needs and we are here to work for you to get you the best rates and top quality coverage for your Home, Auto or Business. Carey Warburton was kind enough to send me this email - Keith, “All I can say is WOW!!! Nothing to do with my insurance quote but with the quality of service you provided. I really...

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Admitted Insurance Companies

Admitted Insurance Companies

All of the Admitted Insurance Companies (companies that are admitted by the State of Florida – Office of Insurance Regulation to do business in FL) must register their rate tables with the State. Any premium increases or reductions must be approved by the state before they can be put to market. The trick is to make sure that your agent is acting on behalf of one of these Admitted Carriers. There are many non-admitted companies that...

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More Flood News from Florida Office of Insurance Regulation

More Flood News from Florida Office of Insurance Regulation

http://www.floir.com/pdf/HOFloodDamage.pdf This recent post was a reminder issued by the State of Florida’s Office of Insurance Regulation. ┬áIt is a clear and concise document that sums up the need for Flood Insurance. I am amazed that fully 2/3 of the Homeowners in this state (my friends and neighbors) have no Flood Insurance. Florida being essentially a giant sand bar, it would seem to make sense to grab all the coverage...

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A tale of Two Storms

A tale of Two Storms

Tropical Storm Nicole lasted barely a day for those of us in Florida, fizzling out by September 29th before even getting to FL. The remnants of this storm made landfall far up the eastern seaboard of the US, affecting the region around North Carolina and even as far north as Connecticut. North Carolina had the worst of it with President Obama declaring a Major Disaster! See the Press Release from FEMA below: President Declares Major...

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