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Henrich Insurance Group Blog: 5_2017

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Most insurance policies have coverage limits that detail the greatest cost that insurance might pay for a claim. Local law might mandate minimum coverage levels, but policyholders usually have the option to increase those levels to meet their needs. Your insurance agent can help you choose the correct levels. READ MORE >>

If you own a home and it suffers damage, you may assume your home insurance will step in and help cover those losses. In some cases, it will. In others, though, it will not. Imagine this situation: Your hot water heater bursts. It happened out of nowhere and flooded your basement. READ MORE >>

You want to protect your home at all costs. It's your safe haven and a valuable financial asset. If your home sustains damage from storms or other incidents, you might get in touch with your home insurance company to file a claim. This claim might help pay for some or all the damages to the home. READ MORE >>

As a homeowner, you want your insurance coverage to fully extend to every risk on your property. This includes the ever-present risk of fire. Most home insurance policies cover fire damage. But the source of the blaze matters. Some home fire sources are excluded from home insurance policies — including some caused by bad electrical wiring. READ MORE >>

It's time to announce our monthly referral rewards drawing winner. Our May 2017 winner is Brett Mosser, who won 2 tickets to the JJ Watt Charity Classic. Congratulations, Brett! Want to join in on the fun? Simply refer a friend to our agency for a free quote, and we will put your name into our monthly drawing for a chance to win $50-$250 prize. READ MORE >>

When you hear the words "Storm Chaser," what do you think of? Chances are, the first image that comes to mind is of scientists with a videocamera — or a smartphone — who follow severe weather to learn more about it. You probably won't want to see these storm chasers in your area, because that means that severe weather is nearby. READ MORE >>

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