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After a car accident, paying the deductible part of the repair bill is often painful. Writing it off on your taxes can reduce at least a little of the pain. Federal tax law does allow you to take a deduction for the accidental damage or theft of your car. Given the limits on the write-off, though, you may not have much success claiming it. READ MORE >>

 My Car was Flooded Thousands of Texans are picking up the pieces after Harvey and its rentless rains flooded widespread areas. Here are answers to some common questions if you car was flooded. 1. Will my insurance cover it? READ MORE >>

Insurance companies periodically have to raise the costs of their plans. From 2015 to 2016, national car insurance rates rose more than five percent. Texas drivers, like those in other states, saw these rate increases at varying degrees. A variety of factors influence how car insurance rates fluctuate. READ MORE >>

How can you recuperate after a significant infraction of your driving privileges? Being unable to drive can make like difficult for many people. If you've had too many tickets or a reckless driving incident, the Texas Department of Public Safety may suspend your driving privileges. READ MORE >>

As Americans, we love vehicles. We love cars, trucks and SUVs. Our vehicles are a part of our liberty. They get us where we need to be, when we need to be there.  Additionally, whether new or used, we purchase our vehicles with our hard-earned money. They are of significant value to us. READ MORE >>

Scratches, nicks and cracks in your windshield are often annoying and inconvenient. These damages can range from small chips to major damage to your line of sight. In most, but not all cases, your auto insurance policy will cover glass repairs. Still, it is up to you to be a responsible motorist. READ MORE >>

Pre-owned cars, no matter how old, can be reliable, trusted vehicles for years. However, used cars come with risks of financial losses when you hit the road. Accidents can still happen, and you wouldn’t want to face high repair bills or a totaled car. It is important to make sure that your used car has appropriate levels of insurance. READ MORE >>

Storms can leave property owners with thousands of dollars of damage. A simple windstorm or thunderstorm can cause a tree branch to hit the roof of your building, creating a hole or damaging the tiles. In other cases, hail is at the heart of the problem. READ MORE >>

You've been in a car accident. Your auto insurance company says the damage is so severe that it would cost too much to repair the vehicle. They consider the vehicle totaled. Most car insurance plans provide this type of coverage (for comprehensive coverage policy holders and collision policy holders). READ MORE >>

What are the 5 most common home insurance liability claims?     If your homeowners insurance policy doesn't have enough liability coverage and a visitor is injured while visiting your home, you could be left footing a very pricey bill. READ MORE >>

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