KVIS & Coe Insurance Blog – Safety Tips, News, Events

27
Feb

Insurance topics to think about as Spring approaches

As spring approaches, it’s a good time to reassess your insurance coverage and address any potential risks that come with the change in season. Here are a few insurance topics to consider: Homeowners Insurance: With spring often comes severe weather like thunderstorms, tornadoes, and flooding. Review your homeowners insurance policy to ensure you have adequate coverage for potential damage caused

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11
Jan

Why You Need an Umbrella Policy for Comprehensive Protection

Why You Need an Umbrella Policy for Comprehensive Protection Life is full of uncertainties, and unexpected events can happen when you least expect them. While you may have various insurance policies in place to protect your assets and loved ones, there’s one often overlooked insurance type that can provide an extra layer of security: the umbrella policy. In this blog

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1
Nov

‘Tis the Season to Prevent House Fires

‘Tis the Season to Prevent Fires – Tips from KVIS & Coe Insurance The holiday season is a time for joy, warmth, and togetherness, but it’s also a time when fire risks can increase significantly. From festive decorations to cozy gatherings around the fireplace, the winter season poses unique fire hazards that require special attention. At KVIS & Coe Insurance,

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12
Sep

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month with KVIS & Coe Insurance

Protecting Your Future: September is Life Insurance Awareness Month with KVIS & Coe Insurance Welcome to September, the month dedicated to a topic that’s often overlooked but incredibly important: life insurance. At KVIS & Coe Insurance, we are proud to join the nation in celebrating Life Insurance Awareness Month. This annual observance serves as a reminder of the critical role

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14
Aug

Unveiling the Unseen: 13 Common Risks Not Covered by Most Homeowners Insurance

Unveiling the Unseen: 13 Common Risks Not Covered by Most Homeowners Insurance Homeowners insurance is a crucial investment for protecting your most valuable asset – your home. It provides a safety net against a range of unforeseen events, including fire, theft, and natural disasters. However, not all risks are created equal, and there are several potential pitfalls that many homeowners

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6
Jul

The Importance of Life Insurance for Single Parents: Securing Your Child’s Future

The Importance of Life Insurance for Single Parents: Securing Your Child’s Future Being a single parent comes with its own unique set of challenges and responsibilities. While you work tirelessly to provide for your child’s needs and offer them a loving home, it’s essential to plan for their future security. Life insurance may not be the first thing that comes

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25
May

The Safest Cars of 2023 List is Out

The Safest Cars of 2023 List is Out The safest car list is out for 2023. Click this link Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s to see if your vehicle made the (IIHS) TOP SAFETY PICK award list. This year’s list of 48 award winners is smaller than previous years, naming 28 models a TOP SAFETY PICK+ and another 20 vehicles

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8
May

15 Essential Things You Should Know About Your New House

Moving into a new house is an exciting time. But it can also come with a steep learning curve. From the moment you get the keys, you’ll start to discover what makes your home unique – including the many systems that make it function. As you familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of a new space, it helps to

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21
Apr

What’s the Biggest Distraction While Driving? It Might Surprise You!

What’s the Biggest Distraction While Driving? It Might Surprise You! You’re driving along, the sun is setting and there’s a cozy warm breeze. You’re listening to a song you’ve heard a hundred times, driving a road you’ve driven twice a day, every day for years. Your mind begins to wander, you’ve got a million different things to think about, right?

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14
Apr

Helping Your Home Recover from Winter

Helping Your Home Recover from Winter There’s a sense of deep pride that comes with being a homeowner. But with that satisfaction comes its share of weekend home improvement projects and upkeep, too. Winter is usually rough on your home. Once snow, ice, wind and freezing temperatures calm down, spring is a good time to check how your home withstood

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