Nice guys may finish last, but thieves embarrass themselves on the evening news. You may have seen the report on the news recently about the gentleman who drove up the wrong way on the exit ramp onto JR Allen Parkway and found himself stranded in the median with three bare rims and flames coming from the engine of his car. Well "his" car was actually a stolen vehicle, and when he realized it was no longer operational, he then tried to carjack someone else to get away from the
My home is not safe to sleep in tonight. What now? There aren't many things more terrifying than losing your home in a fire. A large portion of your belongings are kept in your home, and now you are without them. You may have lost all of your clothing, toiletries, keepsakes, and important papers. What do you do now? The first thing you have to think about is where you are going to sleep. If your home was partially or fully damaged in a fire, it is probably not safe to stay in
Cold Weather Ahead! You wake up one frosty January morning, regretting installing that cold tile in your bathroom, but also looking forward to a hot steamy shower. You turn the knob, and nothing happens. Oops. Now you remember the weatherman saying on the news last night that the temperature was going to drop dramatically overnight, and to take precautions against frozen pipes. Oops again. If You Could Time-Travel What could you have done to prevent this terrible predicament?
Have you had damage to your home recently due to storms or other events, such as a falling tree? Your insurance company may suggest getting multiple estimates to find the best price for repairs. Their reasoning is simple: they want to pay the lowest price for the same job — it’s how they stay in business. As far as your checkbook is concerned, you’re only paying the deductible, so it doesn’t matter what it costs, right? Not exactly — you do still have to pay your premium to t