On February 4, millions of Americans will gather to watch Super Bowl LII – most of us in our homes or the home of a friend. If you haven’t thought beyond what kind of sauce you’re making for your wings, it’s time to take a few minutes to understand how your homeowners liability insurance can come into play to keep you safe.
There are lots of reasons people look for new homeowners insurance. The most obvious is that they’ve bought a new home, but maybe you had a disappointing experience with a customer service rep or you think you could save money by switching carriers. Whatever your reasons, it’s best to go into the hunt for new homeowner insurance prepared.
Here are a few things to keep in mind as you look.
We're a new breed of homeowner’s insurance. We save homeowners money on premiums, and help protect homes. Nobody wins when a home is damaged. Here's how we can help.
Whether you consider yourself jolly or grinchy, it’s important to know that the holiday season brings several unique risks that could affect the coverage in your homeowners insurance policy (or even lead to a claim). Here’s a look at four of those risks and how to keep your home protected.
Did you know theft increases 7% over the holidays? Or that the average fire-related Christmas tree claim is $100,000? Find out how to prevent these and other devastations over the holidays so you can focus on what's most important.
Discussing how much personal property coverage you need can be, well, personal. It's important to take an honest inventory of the items you own, and how much it would cost to replace them. It also helps to know how this inventory impacts your premium.
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) became a household name after Hurricane Katrina when the agency came under media scrutiny for its failure to respond to victims in a timely fashion. What are its duties today?
Kin Insurance was selected to present at CB Insights' Demo Day, beating out 2,000+ entrants for one of forty coveted spots.
If you are not a general contractor and don't have a background in engineering or architecture, the jargon of building code and wind mitigation might feel like it's over your head. While wind mitigation may not be the stuff of page-turners, understanding the basics can save you and your family's lives if catastrophe strikes. It can also save you lots of money... double win!
In any given year, about 5% of homeowners have to make a claim. What are the most common claims?