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As of this morning, Florida is reporting over 1,400 COVID-19 cases with 18 deaths. Miami-Dade and Broward counties are the hardest hit areas so far in Florida. Over a dozen states across the US...
It is no longer business as usual. With the COVID-19 many companies are implementing remote work and requesting or demanding their employees work from home. The Insurance Journal reports in the past,...
Florida leads the country in boating accidents and fatalities. A 2018 report from the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) says Florida had 607 boating accidents resulting in over $7 million in property damage.
Voluntary or involuntary home quarantine may become more common as Florida declared a public health emergency Sunday after two patients tested positive for coronavirus in Hillsborough and Manatee counties. More positive tests are expected in the...
Spring is the most popular time of year to buy and sell a home. In fact, real estate listing website Zillow, reports the best time to maximize your return and minimize your home’s time on the market...
A message from DEBE CAMPOS-FLEENOR, NAPAA President, Active Allstate Agent DEBE CAMPOS-FLEENOR, NAPAA President, Active Allstate Agent I recently received a phone call from a very good friend who lives...
Tax season is upon us. Time to gather all your paperwork and receipts from 2019. “Life events can affect your taxes. Some of them include, a change in marital status, educational expenses, buying or selling...

Best Cars of 2020

“Accessing your needs and determining your budget are among the most important factors in buying a new car,” says Ellsworth Buck, Vice President of GreatFlorida Insurance, Florida’s top independent auto insurance agency. With so...
Looking for adventure? Your solution could be found outside. The idea of escaping into the outdoors and reconnecting with yourself or family is resonating with all ages in the U.S. “Recreational vehicle ownership...

Boat Fires

Monday morning a tragic scene occurred when a blaze broke out in Scottsboro, AL at a marina that accommodates boats, houseboats and pontoon vessels. According to USA Today, eight people are confirmed dead, while 35 vessels burned....