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03/20/2017
By: Casey B.
Scott Brown - State Farm Insurance Agent
I've been with Scott Brown at State Farm for a very long time- since he took over from Alan. He takes care of it all, and does it well- he has all my life insurance policies and my grandchildren as well.
04/20/2017
By: Tom J.
Scott Brown - State Farm Insurance Agent
Does an amazing job and Scott really meets all of my insurance needs. I can't think of anything he could do to improve- he really makes sure I am informed on my policies
Tips & Advices
Yes, they can cancel policies and also choose not to renew policies once they expire. This can happen for a variety of reasons:
  • Failure to pay premiums
  • Giving false information to an insurer
  • Failure to meet fire or security codes or other recommendations
  • Failure to meet established safety guidelines, like removing pools or trampolines
  • Filing too many claims
  • Failure to repair home damage that protects from needing to filing claims
  • Increase in criminal activity within your neighborhood area
No, homeowners insurance is a nondeductible expense. The only case in which it’s not is if part of the home is used home for business, then the square footage used for that purposes could be deductible.
Without homeowners insurance, you may be fully responsible for the costs of repairing damages to a home and for replacing belongings that get damaged or stolen. Also when applying for a home loan, most banks require that borrowers have home insurance. Banks treat these loans as investments and home insurance acts as a protection of these investments.
Earthquakes, floods, tornados, and other natural disasters are not typically covered by home insurance--there are separate insurance coverages for them that can be purchased.
It does not cover anything dealing with vehicles or items within vehicles. Protection from natural disasters is also rarely covered automatically.

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