Being a homeowner means that there is always some element of risk involved. The risk is not only what can happen to you, but also the liability you may incur when accidents happen on your property, or even on someone else's property.
Each of these potential problems can raise your homeowner's insurance costs, or may even prevent you from obtaining coverage. Here are some things you need to consider in terms of reducing your risk:
Keep Swimming Pools Safe
While swimming pools can be a lot of fun for the family, and a great way to cool off in the summer, they do come with some additional insurance risks. Someone could fall on the deck and get hurt, or a child could wander into the pool area and drown.
The result could be high medical bills,…
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