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The Difference Between Whole and Term Life Insurance We know that thinking about life insurance is not everyone’s cup of tea. However, if someone is financially dependent on you, life insurance is a topic you just cannot avoid. Life insurance is insurance that provides cash to your loved ones when you die. This sum of […]Read More
The Most Surprising Way to Save Money on Your Car Insurance There are many factors that go into determining the rate of your car insurance including your age, gender, driving record, and the type of care you drive; but the most surprising factor is your credit score. Yes, you read that right- your credit score! […]Read More
What kind of water damage is covered by home insurance? Water is one of the most common (and frustrating) causes of damage to a home. At Platt Insurance, we have experienced this with our clients and our own personal homes, but everyone wants to know- does home insurance cover water damage? And the answer is… […]Read More
Platt Insurance is an independent insurance agency, so we often get the question, “What does it mean to be independent?” For starters, there are three basic types of insurance agents out there: There are benefits to all three, but we’re firm believers that when it comes to properly protecting your family or business, the perks […]Read More
How the cost of your auto insurance policy is determined If you own a vehicle, you should own an auto insurance policy. Have you ever wondered how the cost of your policy is determined? There are a number of different factors that impact the cost of your auto insurance. While not all companies use the […]Read More
The most frequently asked question we’ve received over the last couple of weeks is- Will Business Interruption Insurance Cover Coronavirus? As a small business owner myself, I completely understand this question. An unexpected closure would certainly create a hardship for our agency and the employees who depend on us for their livelihood. Sadly, the answer […]Read More