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  Floridians are driving more and getting into a lot more accidents, and they're paying the price with rising car insurance rates that are already among the nation's highest. Premiums have risen 14 percent statewide since Jan. READ MORE >>

  In Florida, insurance companies are required to provide homeowners insurance coverage that includes damage from “catastrophic ground cover collapse.”  They are also required to offer sinkhole damage coverage as an option, and it generally appears in a rider that comes at an additional cost. READ MORE >>

Renting a vacation home can be a great escape, whether you’re headed to a mountain cabin, a beach bungalow or a city condo. You’ll likely bring various personal possessions along—clothes, luggage, a camera, a computer, sports equipment and even jewelry. READ MORE >>

Floods are the most common disasters in the country. And as if that weren’t bad enough, they are also the most costly disasters to recover from. These facts make it easy to see why homeowners should consider flood insurance to protect their property and wallets. READ MORE >>

Listening to the news, it seems like we are all in for a long winter. The news also hints about lots of snow and ice lasting into the spring months. Ice and snow bring the benefit of moisture for the ground, but they also bring the opportunity for people to get injured. READ MORE >>

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