First and foremost, please accept well-wishes from the entire Harry Levine Insurance family. I’d like to get right to the point: You have questions, and we’re fighting to make sure we have answers. Please see the FAQ below, and know that you can call us anytime with any questions. We’re working remotely, but our ENTIRE team is here for you. We have amended business hours to 9:30am – 4:30pm, Monday through Friday to help our team fulfill their childcare and other personal responsibilities as they work form home. We currently intend to resume our normal operations on Monday, March 30th only if it is safe to do so.
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Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or you’ve owned your home for 50 years, you might still have a lot of questions about home insurance. Hey, I get it! Insurance can be confusing and overwhelming.
But, if you own a home, you should understand your home insurance coverage. In this video, I’ll go over 5 things you need to know about home insurance to bring you one step closer to total insurance mastery! Read more →
Both Farmers Insurance Group and The Travelers Companies are impressive Fortune 500 companies with huge assets, market caps, and tons of employees.
In fact, Farmers employs about 12,700 employees with about 48,000 exclusive and independent agents, ranking in the top 300 companies on the Fortune 500. Travelers is 106th company on the 500 with 30,400 employees, and bragging rights as the second-largest writer of U.S. commercial property casualty insurance. Those are just some of the facts.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve seen a commercial (or, more likely, 3,000) for car insurance.
Auto insurance ads might be an okay way to entertain yourself during a break from the Superbowl, but they won’t help you understand anything about your insurance policies. In this video, I’ll go over 5 car insurance facts you actually need to know. Read more →
Florida is famous for many threats—hurricanes, alligators, the eponymous “Florida Man”—but one of its most dangerous features lurks right underground: sinkholes. Which begs the question: “How does this affect my insurance?”
Your Florida homeowner’s policy includes catastrophic ground cover collapse, but is that the same as sinkhole insurance? In this article, we’ll compare sinkhole coverage vs. catastrophic ground collapse to see how the two measure up.
You’ve heard of workers’ compensation. You may even have had employees who needed it when they were injured at work. But there are also many myths and misinformation about Florida workers’ compensation insurance that you might believe.
Misinformation that could be preventing you from getting the best coverage.
As a Florida insurance agency, our goal is for all of our clients to have the right amount of workers’ compensation coverage for their property, person, and business. And—whether you work for or own a small business—you need to know the truth about Florida workers’ compensation insurance. Read more →
When it comes to property claims made by restaurants, it isn’t a matter of if a claim will be filed, it’s a matter of when.
Research has shown that around 40% of small business owners in America will file a claim within the first decade of operating. And restaurants make up a huge chunk of this, owing largely to a higher risk of occupational hazards and damages.
Anyone working within the restaurant industry needs to be fully aware of the most common restaurant insurance claims, so you can make sure you’re adequately protected. Read more →
You come home from work one day to find that a leak under your sink has sprayed water all over the floor. Panicking, you shut off the water main and call the first plumber that pops up on Angie’s List. He fixes the leak and recommends a company to take care of all the water damage.
You’re satisfied with their work, so you take the referral and call the remediation company. But when they show up, that’s when the problem starts.
They present you with an Assignment of Benefits form and say that they won’t start work until you sign it. Read more →