Insurance Consumer

Insurance Consumer

Insurance checklist for the new year

Are you prepared for 2015?

Make a resolution to review your policies and coverage. The start of a new year is a great time to reevaluate your insurance policies. Changing circumstances may lead to different insurance needs. Did you have a baby? Get married? Purchase a new home or car? If so, you'll want to check whether you have the right fit in policy protection.

Take some time to talk with your agent and review your policies and see if they meet your current needs. Your agent or company can help determine whether your current policies provide adequate coverage or if you might need more or less. Even if you haven't experienced a life changing event, you could be eligible for discounts or new insurance products may better serve your needs.

Cat and Dog Pet Insurance FAQs

Q: Who Needs Pet Insurance?
A:
Many of the Pet Insurance companies emphasize that dog owners have a policy.  This is because the veterinarian costs tend to be higher due to dog’s higher chance of injury due to more active lifestyles. However, pet insurance is also geared towards cat owners. Premiums are usually less expensive for cats because many tend to stay indoors much or all of the time.

Tip Sheet: travel insurance

  1. If you’re over 60, you will probably have to fill out a medical questionnaire when applying for travel health insurance. If you are unsure about how to answer a question, consult your doctor and ask to see your medical records. This will help you to understand the conditions you have so you can answer the questions accurately.

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