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Coggins Insurance Agency Blog: 7_2014

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By Eliot Kleinberg, The Palm Beach Post | July 24, 2014 Esther Mibab felt nervous in her home in The Acreage in West Pam Beach, Florida. So nervous that she kept her accordion-style hurricane shutters closed, even in the off-season. Closed and locked. From the outside. Authorities say that cost her her life. READ MORE >>

By Victoria Stilwell | July 24, 2014 The share of young adults living with parents or other family members in the U.S. continues to grow in the aftermath of the most severe recession in the post- World War II era. A record 57 million Americans, or 18. READ MORE >>

Bankrate research reveals most common discounts among top carriers By Hannah Bender, PropertyCasualty360.com July 16, 2014 • Reprints Owning a car comes with a lot of added costs. Maintenance for repairs and rising gas prices can take a toll on a driver’s wallet, not to mention the cost of insurance. READ MORE >>

Date: July 10 2014 | Author: Jessica | Category: Curious High temps are breaking records left and right this summer. And if you don’t have central AC, your house is probably feeling like a sauna these days. Enter your savior: the classic fan. READ MORE >>

By Patricia L. Harman, PropertyCasualty360.com July 10, 2014 • Reprints No one disputes the need for insurance throughout our lives. It is a purchase based on current and future needs. Like the umbrella I take when I travel, it’s tucked away – just in case I need it. READ MORE >>

CoreLogic analysis finds more than 6.5 million U.S. homes at risk, with $986 billion concentrated in 15 major metro areas. By Laura Mazzuca Toops, PropertyCasualty360.com July 10, 2014 • Reprints More than 6.5 million U.S. homes along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts lie in the path of potential storm surge inundation, representing nearly $1. READ MORE >>

July 10, 2014 More than 6.5 million homes along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts are at risk of storm surge inundation, representing nearly $1.5 trillion in total potential reconstruction costs. More than $986 billion of that risk is concentrated within 15 major metro areas, according to a report by property data and analytics firm CoreLogic. READ MORE >>

By Patricia L. Harman July 2, 2014 • Reprints                  With the upcoming holiday weekend on the horizon, many drivers will be heading to the beach, camp sites, cookouts and other activities. READ MORE >>

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