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Generally speaking, all insurance is intangible. No matter the type, whether it’s auto, home, flood, or life insurance; you can’t touch, see, or feel it. Going into a situation, you don’t even know insurance is present unless you’re told so. READ MORE >>

The consumer Product Safety Commission has reissued a gas furnace recall due to a history of fires.       The furnaces are built for manufactured homes under the Coleman, Coleman Evcon and Red T Gas Furnaces brand names.  Specific models are: READ MORE >>

Being a business owner is a lot like being a professional athlete in a competitive sport. Not only do you need to do that thing you do—and do it well, but you must also pay attention to everything going on around you and look out for would-be issues before they arise. READ MORE >>

       Aimee Michelle Rhonda Our HomeStar Insurance Services Customer Service Representatives recently shared what their most frequently asked Auto and/or Home Insurance questions were. READ MORE >>

Most consumers know that an insurance agent can be a great asset both when they are shopping for the right insurance policies for them and their family and when they actually experience an insurable incident and need to file a claim. READ MORE >>

Road rage is a common enough instance that all drivers are familiar with it whether they’ve felt it themselves or not. Most road rage will only hurt the person who experiences it; at times however, road rage can spin out of control and cause an accident or worse. READ MORE >>

Snacking?  Spacing out?  Texting? Talking on the phone? Distracted driving comes in many forms.Did you know that, while driving one mile, you make about 20 decisions?  And that your brain processes countless sensory cues from inside and outside your vehicle? READ MORE >>

Automobile insurance protects you against financial loss that could result from an auto accident. It is a contract between you and the insurance company. You agree to pay the premium and the insurance company agrees to pay your losses as defined in your policy.It's really all about protecting yourself financially. READ MORE >>

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