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  1. Bad Advice About Insurance

    by owner

    Category: Our Blog

    There are many different approaches to buying insurance. But along with a lot of good approaches, there is an equal amount of bad ones. The best thing you can do is to follow your gut and listen to experts who have experience in the insurance field. Here are some bits of advice we have heard […]

  2. Staying Healthy This Spring

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    Category: Our Blog

    Now that the weather is warmer, you may start to experience some seasonal allergies and/or illnesses that come with the change in temperature. It is always a good idea to stay ahead of those ailments so they do not develop into something worse. There are some things to keep in mind to help keep you […]

  3. 3 Insurance Scenarios

    by owner

    Category: Our Blog

    Owning the right insurance policy is important. But making sure your policy will cover exactly what you think it will cover is even more important. Here are some claim scenarios that may have you questioning which policy would cover the loss. You have a lovely evening planned for you and your significant other. When you […]

  4. 7 Spring Break Safety Tips for Everyone

    by owner

    Category: Our Blog

    Do you have big plans for spring break this year? Whether you are a college student taking a trip to Daytona, or a parent taking your kids on their first vacation adventure, you will want to stay safe on your trip. Before you go, call us to make sure you have all the insurance coverage […]

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  5. Winter Thaw, Spring Rain, and Flood Insurance

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    Now that the weather is starting to warm up and we are starting to see winter coming to an end, you may notice the ground feels a bit more soggy than it has been. With the spring rain and winter thaw happening at the same time, there is a greater chance that the sogginess of […]

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  6. 6 Things to Know about Your Car Insurance

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    You may have had your auto insurance for a while now. Without ever filing a claim, you may not exactly know what it covers and what it doesn’t. Of course it is always a good idea to review your policy from time to time to make sure you have the coverage you need when the […]

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  7. Unusual Ways to Predict the Weather

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    We all know about Punxsutawney Phi, the groundhog, and his “ability” to predict the upcoming weather on Groundhog Day each year. A groundhog seeing his shadow seems a bit of a strange way to decide whether we will be having six, more weeks of winter or an early spring, doesn’t it? Do you know about […]

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  8. Christmas Tree Disposal in NJ

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    Category: Our Blog

    Now that we have all had some time to recuperate from the holiday festivities, you might be looking to pitch your once-beautiful Christmas tree. After all, now that it is completely dried out, it is a major fire hazard. And being that you LOVE your insurance agent so much and don’t want to risk having […]

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  9. Breakfast from UCPM Environmental

    by aviggiano

    Category: Our Blog

    It was like Christmas all over again at Liberty Insurance Associates this morning with a surprise breakfast from UCPM Environmental. UCPM Environmental is a wholesaler out of Arizona that we use for their environmental insurance. Thank you so much for you generous breakfast provided by Panera Bread. Everyone enjoyed the fresh pastries, bagels, orange juice […]

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  10. Are You Still Suffering from the Effects of Superstorm Sandy?

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    Category: Our Blog

    It has been over two years since Superstorm Sandy touched down in Little Egg Harbor, NJ. You would think that everything would be back to normal by now, but unfortunately, even with a lot of the structural damage having been repaired, there are still emotional issues that linger. Suffering from a traumatic weather event can […]

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