About Me
Navigating the World of Insurance

The world of insurance is changing. While you used to have to meet up with an insurance agent in person to discuss your policy options, you can now begin a new insurance policy right online. When I first signed up for an auto insurance policy, I realized that signing up right online led to confusion when I didn't have an agent with me to discuss which policy was best for me. Thankfully, I realized I could chat with an agent right on the website. I then began researching insurance and learned a lot about many types of insurance during the process. I find the ever-changing world of insurance so interesting that I continue to research it and thought that I would help others by posting what I learn on a blog. I hope I can help you make good insurance policy decisions! Check back often for new posts!


Tips For Buying Life Insurance When You Have A Preexisting Medical Condition

19 April 2019
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you are diabetic, overweight, or living with another preexisting medical condition, then you will find it challenging to purchase life insurance. However, using these tips you should be able to find a policy. Tip: Wait to Apply When Your Medical Condition is Resolved or Well-Managed If you were recently diagnosed or if your medical condition is not well-managed, then wait to apply for life insurance while working with your doctor to get things under control. Read More …

Cash Value Versus Replacement Coverage With Renter’s Insurance

20 February 2019
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

When you rent an apartment, do you realize that your landlord's insurance policy will not cover your personal belongings? If a fire burns down the apartment, your landlord will receive insurance money to rebuild or repair, but you will not receive any money unless you have your own renter's insurance policy. Therefore, you should purchase a renter's insurance policy for protection, and you should realize the difference between cash value and replacement coverage when you get your policy. Read More …