Archives for 2016

Ask ERIE: Does My Homeowners or Renters Policy Cover Me During a Move?

It’s natural to wonder if all your stuff would be protected during the chaos of a move. Your first line of defense should be your mover’s insurance. A good moving company will have its own insurance in case an item is stolen, lost or damaged in transit. (Having coverage for when things are accidentally damaged is especially important since many homeowners and renters policies do... Read Article

Hurricane Tracking Gets a Big Boost from New Satellites

When a hurricane is about to hit, time is of the essence. That’s why weather forecasters try to give people in affected areas as much advance notice as possible. That effort will get a big boost this November. That’s when four units of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration spacecraft known as the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES-R) will be launched into space. A GOES-R... Read Article

A Q&A with Life Insurance Awareness Month Spokesperson Danica Patrick

September 21st, 2016 by Aronow Insurance... Read Article

Is Your Home Ready for the Fall?

For homeowners, each season brings its own unique set of challenges and maintenance tasks, and prevention is always easier and less expensive than repairing something that’s broken. As fall approaches, consider protecting your home by taking the time to assess and address any issues in the following areas: Insulation from the cold. As the weather gets colder, poor insulation can be both uncomfortable and expensive,... Read Article

How to Help Hurricane-Proof Your Business

Whether you live on a coast or inland, hurricane season can spell trouble if you’re not prepared for it. Peak hurricane season occurs in September and October, so it’s not a bad idea to review your commercial insurance coverage to make sure you don’t have any gaps. The Insurance Information Institute (III) shared information on insurance coverage and other tips to help keep your business... Read Article