STRAIGHT TALK: Should You Insure Your College Kid's Stuff When They're Away At School?

in homeowners insurance, Virginia, coverage, home insurance, parenting, renters insurance, college Aug 1, 2019

A lot can happen when your kids go away to school - it can even be a little worrisome! Will they get enough sleep? Will they get good grades? Can they live off Ramen and Easy-Mac?  The last thing you need to be concerned about is their stuff being stolen or damaged, like that new laptop you just bought. And having insurance coverage in case they accidentally cause damage to their living space is important too. Often times, your homeowner's...

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Moving Soon? Here Are Tips, Tricks, and Reminders for A Smooth Move

in insider, homeowner tips, Virginia, car insurance, family, home insurance, renters insurance, moving, summer May 1, 2019

May is National Moving Month, but summer is approaching quickly. Warm weather months are the ideal time for a family transition! Whether you're staying in Virginia, moving into Virginia, or even moving out of Virginia, we have helpful information to make the process as smooth as possible. From getting your car registered in VA to making sure your valuables are protected, we've got you covered.

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STRAIGHT TALK: What Is Liability Insurance for Renters?

in insider, Virginia, coverage, claim, home fire, renters insurance Jul 18, 2018

Lisa works at Northern Neck Insurance and rents a home with her family in Richmond. She knows life happens! Listen to her simple explanation of how renters liability coverage can financially protect you and your family from home accidents when you're at fault:

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STRAIGHT TALK: Is Renters Insurance Worth It?

in insider, Virginia, coverage, family, home fire, renters insurance, burglary, home Jun 4, 2018

Lisa works in our marketing department and she and her husband have a home in Richmond. She knows, first hand, how important renters insurance is to protect her and her family from a big financial loss within their rented home. Here's her straight talk:

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