Summertime sunshine tends to get people out of the house; sometimes that means an afternoon at the pool, taking the kids to camps, or day trips to the beach. It’s also a common season for extended travel, for exploring a new place, or even revisiting friends and family in a more familiar destination. But while you’re on your last vacation of the summer, who’s making sure your home stays a safe place to which you can return?Read More
Starting a small business isn’t for the faint of heart. It means taking a chance, pursuing a passion, and going out on a limb for something you believe in. There are a lot of risks and even greater rewards—if you’re successful.
To minimize the risk and maximize the rewards, you must do several things. The first? Make sure your business is properly insured. A good insurance plan will allow you to build and protect your business while you work on claiming your piece of the American dream.Read More
Buying insurance has never been easier—or so the internet would like you to think. It seems a new website pops up every day, promising to guide you through the insurance-purchasing process, and promising you huge savings along the way. It almost sounds too good to be true, and that’s because it is.
Now, we may be biased, but at Sheally Insurance Group we firmly believe that working with an insurance agent is the best way to find the coverage you need at a price you can afford. There are many things a real, live professional can help you with, and a fancy website and clever algorithm simply can’t compete with them.Read More
At Sheally Insurance Group, we believe knowledge is power and learning from your mistakes is an important part of life. We also like to avoid making common mistakes—especially when it comes to homeowners’ insurance! For most people, a house is the biggest and most expensive purchase they’ll ever make, and it should always be protected and insured. To help you do exactly that, we’ve put together this list of things to avoid when insuring your home. By reading this article, you’ll be able to learn from someone else’s mistake and save yourself a lot of pain, heartache, and money!Read More
When it comes to insurance, most people immediately think of the usual suspects—home insurance, car insurance, life insurance. While Sheally Insurance Group offers top-quality insurance product for these everyday occasions, there are other, less common situations that also require insurance. Because these situations don’t apply to everyone, it can be easy but not advisable to overlook them. Just because they’re uncommon doesn’t mean they aren’t useful, worthwhile, and—in some cases—legally required. Not sure what we’re talking about? Keep reading!Read More
They say March come in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Here on the coast, we mark the arrival of spring a little differently. It begins the first time we put our boats in the water.
While the appeal of boat ownership is understandable—access to secluded beaches, sunset cruises, and fishing expeditions are all welcome perks—this lifestyle comes with its own set of responsibilities and expenses. One of those expenses is boat insurance.Read More
Life insurance is one of those things no one likes to think about. We get it—it’s not exactly the most pleasant topic of conversation. After all, who wants to contemplate the kind of catastrophe—whether illness or injury—that could end their life and leave their family to fend for themselves?
And yet it’s because of those families that we need to have this conversation. Nothing in life is certain except death and taxes, remember? So instead of running from this fact or ignoring it, we need to prepare for it. The best way to do that is by making sure you have a good life insurance policy that can protect your loved ones after you’re gone.
Whether you already have life insurance and need to update your policy, or are thinking about buying it for the first time, these three tips will help.Read More
Living on or near the coast has a lot of benefits. Beautiful beaches, relaxing ocean views, hobbies like kayaking, surfing, and SUP, afternoons on the boat, fresh seafood… the list goes on and on. While it’s natural to focus on the fun parts of coastal living, there are a few extra things you need to take into consideration when setting up house. At the top of this list is coastal homeowners insurance.