Texas Insurance - Texas Home Insurance, Texas Condo Insurance, Texas Renters Insurance, Texas Auto Insurance, Texas Flood Insurance, Texas Motorcycle Insurance, Texas Mobile Home Insurance, Texas Watercraft Insurance
Texas law requires proof of financial responsibility for anyone who drives an automobile within the state. Most Texans choose to purchase liability insurance to meet this requirement. Liability insurance pays for bodily injuries and property damage for which a driver covered by your policy is legally responsible.
Homeowners insurance protects you from losses caused by storms, fire, theft, and other events outlined in your policy. It is important to know what´s in your policy. This publication gives you general information about homeowners insurance, but it is not a substitute for the policy itself. Make sure you read your policy carefully and understand your specific coverages.
Texas ranks at or near the top of the nation in weather-related property damage each year. A large portion of this damage is due to flooding. Homeowners policies do not cover flood damage. However, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) offers flood coverage in many areas. There is a standard 30 day waiting period for new applications as well as for endorsements to increase coverage. The 30 day waiting period does not apply if flood insurance coverage is a requirement of the lender at the time of closing.
Mobile homes without wheels and resting on blocks or a permanent foundation qualify for a homeowners policy. However, most mobile homes are insured by a mobilowners policy. A mobilowners policy is actually an auto policy that covers mobile homes used as residences. Mobilowners policies offer limited coverage.
Coverage for motorcycle drivers - similar to the auto insurance explaination
We know you love your all-terrain vehicle (ATV), whether you're a rancher, hunter or trail rider. We also know that you want to be covered if your ATV is stolen or badly damaged. Proper insurance can help you protect your investment.
Many states require ATV insurance for vehicles operated on state-owned land. Your homeowners policy might not cover you if you ride off your own property. That's why ATV insurance is especially important.
Gaps may exist on your current homeowners ATV policy. Most home ATV policies only cover the insured at their house. Your ATV may not becovered when it is driven on location other than at home. The coverage can be limited. Most home insurance ATV policies do not carry uninsured or under insured motorist coverage’s.
Progressive Insurance can cover ATV’s from three wheels up to six wheels, all operators and there are no age restrictions. Drive will cover accidents that occur on the trail or paved roads.
Progressive Insurance offers coverage for the trailer, which can be up to $10,000 worth of coverage. Flat bed trailers and covered trailers are acceptable.
A landlord´s insurance does not cover a renter's personal property. Renters insurance covers your belongings, provides liability protection, and pays extra living expenses if a fire or other disaster forces you to move temporarily from your rented home. (Call or e-mail for quote)
Motor home and Camper Insurance
If you want more liability coverage than a homeowners policy provides, you can buy a separate umbrella policy. (Call or e-mail for quote)
Covers loss to commercial property in the event of fire or comprehensive loss. Some policies may exclude windstorm and hail so it is important to verify what coverages are included in your quote.
Artisan Contractors are tradesmen who perform only one trade or job and are skilled or trained in their vocation. Examples include, Electricians, Masons, Painters, Paperhangers, Plumbers HVAC Contractors, Tile Setter, Landscaping, Drywall Installation, Cabinet Installation and limited Carpentry operations.
Bid, Performance, Payment Bonds for Contractors and Subcontractors
Miscellaneous, License & Permit, Financial Guaranty, Notary,
Public Official, Court Bonds
We can quote your commercial fleets, cargo or bonds.
Cargo Insurance gives you the flexibility to choose - and pay for - the type and amount of coverage right for you.
You can select Standard Named Perils coverage or more extensive Broad Form protection. Both include Debris Removal. In addition, you can customize your coverage by choosing the options that fit the type of load you haul: (Theft/Refrigeration Unit Failure/Wet Load/Terminal Coverage)
The Texas workers´ compensation system is the method by which covered workers are compensated for work-related injuries or illnesses. (Call or e-mail for quote)