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Will an Auto Accident Ruin You Financially?

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Have you ever thought about what a bad auto accident can do to you financially? Give this some thought:  Every time you get in your car and back out of the driveway you are driving with all of your assets in your trunk! That being said, none of us expect to have even a little … More

How Much Should You Disclose To a New Insurance Carrier?

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Earlier this year, ‘Business Insurance’ (Judy Greenwald, 4.22.15) reported that an attorney firm lost a $1.75 million legal malpractice suit solely based upon the fact that the firm disclosed that there were no circumstances under which a claim could be made against the firm when applying for a new policy with a new insurer. Attorney … More

Cyber Security Coverage – Not Everyone Is On Board…But Should Be

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Writing in ‘Business Insurance’, September 1, 2015, Donna Mahoney quoted Mark Waghorne, head of KPMG’s International Information Integrity Institute (I-4), citing results of a healthcare cyber security survey of 223 health executives. Of those polled, 81% stated that their organizations have been compromised by at least one malware, botnet, or other cyber attack during the … More

Professional Liability and Attorneys-at-Law

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Professional liability (also known as Errors & Omissions coverage) provides insurance for those delivering professional services and advice by defending claims and/or awarding damages. A claim made over an alleged performance failure or over a resulting financial loss by an error or omission of a product or a service would not be covered by a … More

Capitol City Insurance Clients received $451,756 in Workers Compensation Dividend Checks

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Over 180 clients that place their Workers Compensation insurance through Capitol City Insurance Managers and Texas Mutual Insurance Company have received dividend checks totaling $451,756 for 2014. Clients received their dividend checks as a result of the outstanding dividend program established by Texas Mutual Insurance Company. “Texas Mutual’s Dividend Program and Safety Programs are among … More

Saving Money on Auto Insurance

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You may be living on a tight budget these days. Perhaps your son graduated from high school, earned a full scholarship to a prestigious Texas university, but needs transportation, and you would like to help him out. You may have found an affordable used car, purchased it and presented it to him as a graduation … More

Texting While Driving an Increasing Danger

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The State of Texas has recently enacted some laws addressing the dangers of cell phone use and texting while driving a vehicle. According to information compiled by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), drivers younger than 18 years of age are not allowed to use a cell phone while operating a vehicle. In addition, … More

Insuring Your Convertible Sports Car

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You may find yourself dreaming of driving across the Texas plains in your trendy sports car only to awaken suddenly, wondering how you could possibly find affordable insurance for a sports car. Auto insurance for sports cars may vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of car, your driving record, your age … More

Driving Safely Along Highway Work Zones

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According to the Texas Department of Transportation (DOT), there are thousands of auto accidents each year, which result in over 100 people being killed, along the state’s highway maintenance and construction work zones. DOT records show that the leading causes of these accidents are excessive speed and distracted or drowsy driving. Approximately one third of … More

Texas Cracking Down on Uninsured Motorists

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Driving in Texas without the minimum auto insurance required by the state may result in a monetary penalty of up to $1,000, suspension of your driver’s license, and impound of your automobile. The Texas government is serious about drivers taking financial responsibility for their vehicles. Your agent may help you find affordable auto insurance that … More