Home sharing has become more and more popular over the past few years with companies like Airbnb and Homeway. But before renting out a room or the whole house, it’s always best to consult with your insurance agent to make sure you have the right coverage. Below is a blog that gives a some information to consider before you begin home sharing.
Home-sharing continues to grow in popularity as owners use their homes for income generation, and travelers look for unique experiences. If fact, experts are predicting vacation home rentals will increase 25% this year – up from a 19% jump last year – and it’s expected this growth trend will continue for some time.
For this month’s movie claim Monday we wanted to share a list of actors injured on set. On site job injuries are usually paid through the company workers comp policy. This list does not specify if a claim was made or of any kind of pay out. We just imagine these instances would be covered losses.
Sometimes, the show really must go on. They may play larger-than-life characters on screen, but actors are human and sometimes get the short end of the stick when it comes to on-set injuries. Here are 19 times where big stars were in the wrong place at the wrong time. 1.
Brown & Brown Insurance of New Mexico was one of the sponsors for this year’s annual Crab Bash Fundraiser. The fundraiser was held for All Faiths Children’s Advocacy Center. The advocacy center provides counseling to children and their families who are struggling due to issues of divorce, homelessness, child abuse/neglect, family violence or other crises. Follow the link below to make a donation on their website.
All Faiths is a dynamic behavioral health agency specializing in the treatment of families, children and their caregivers who are struggling due to issues of divorce, homelessness, child abuse/neglect, family violence or other crises. Our highly trained staff specializes in trauma-informed treatment methods that create a safe and comfortable environment in which our clients can heal.
You just received your renewal for your auto policy. You skim down to find the new premium for the following year and you see it has increased by a couple hundred or more. Most auto policies take an annual rate increase otherwise known as an inflation guard. There are also other factors that could cause this increase.
Below is an article that gives insight into what determines your premium and what may increase your premium upon renewal. Keep in mind as your agents, we are here to review your policy if you ever have questions.
Daylight Savings Time is also Daylight Safety Time.
In most places in the United States, March 12 is Daylight Savings, when clocks are moved forward one hour. We here at Brown & Brown Insurance want to remind you it’s also a great time to improve your family’s safety.
Be safe in your home
Health and safety agencies often use the approach of Daylight Saving Time to remind people to change the batteries in their smoke alarms. The American Red Cross suggests you test your smoke alarms and talk with your family about your fire escape plan. Whether you live in New Mexico, or elsewhere, practice the plan too – at least twice a year.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 400 people die annually in the US from carbon monoxide poisoning. The CDC recommends changing the batteries in your CO detectors when moving your clocks forward this Sunday.
The CDC says the most common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, chest pain and confusion.