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August 13, 2019
When we make changes in our busy lives, it’s easy to forget how they may affect our personal insurance. As a result, people often have important coverage gaps or pay more premium than they should. Always share with your insurance broker if you have:
When we work with prospective clients, we often find that their insurance coverage has not kept up with life changes. For example, it’s not uncommon to discover that they are still paying premium for an auto that was sold more than a year ago. We also find that a trust was created for homeownership, but was never added to the homeowner policy as an insured, or a home is underinsured after an unreported renovation.
At Parker, Smith & Feek, we conduct a substantial annual review with our clients to make certain that they continue to be adequately insured and that they receive all the premium credits for which they qualify. We also work closely with our clients throughout the year to provide guidance about life changes that may affect their insurance program and facilitate insurance changes that are needed.
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