Halloween insurance news usually involves property damage

halloween insurance news

Every year, agents and local police prepare themselves for the mess left behind by vandals. Today, local police and insurance agents are getting themselves ready for the darker side of Halloween than the ghosts and goblins that wander the streets looking for candies, as insurance news headlines every year will spike with property damage claims. Without fail every year, vandals will batter people’s homes, properties, and cars with eggs, pumpkins, and toilet paper. According to an insurance news release from Mercury, last year, there was a rise of 3 percent…

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Safety tips for Halloween night

Halloween Insurance News - Safety

Industry officials have made recommendations this year so that planning will help prevent problems. The Pennsylvania Insurance Department has released an insurance news statement that reminds homeowners about the importance of using common sense and a few safety tips to ensure that Halloween night will be a safe one. With parties, trick or treating children, and many other unpredictable elements a little care can go a long way. With all of these different factors at plan, there are many chances for a mishap on that evening. The insurance news release…

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Pennsylvania Insurance Department provides some tips on surviving Halloween

Halloween Liability Claims

Pennsylvania Insurance Department aims for a safe holiday Halloween is coming and that means there are some scary hazard lurking around the corner. The Pennsylvania Insurance Department has seen several problems arise throughout the state when Halloween kicks into full swing. There are several unpredictable elements that go into the holiday that are near impossible to account for. As such, the agency has taken this opportunity to remind homeowners to prepare for whatever may happen by ensuring their insurance policies are up to snuff. Agency provide tips on how to…

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Insurance Information Institute suggests steps to take the fear out of Halloween

The Insurance Information Institute has released a number of safety suggestions that can work along with adequate and up-to-date auto and homeowners insurance coverage in order to make Halloween a little less scary. Those steps include the following: • Vandalism to home or vehicle – standard renters and homeowners insurance policies offer vandalism insurance, typically with a deductible. Your auto insurance optional comprehensive element is where the vandalism coverage is contained. • Fire – standard renters and homeowners insurance policies cover damages from fires resulting from electrically powered decorations or…

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