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Amity Insurance Newsletter – June 15, 2010

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Tips for Weathering Hurricane Season
Experts are predicting a 51 percent chance that a major hurricane will hit the East Coast before the hurricane season ends in December. Similarly, the chance of a major hurricane hitting the Gulf Coast between the Florida Panhandle and Brownsville, Texas, is predicted at 50 percent. Both predictions are well above long-term averages, which signals a potentially active hurricane season…more »

New Pool = Check Insurance Coverage
You’re having a new pool installed in your backyard, and you can’t wait to dive into a summer of swimming fun.  Of course, you may be so busy buying water wings, noodles and floats that you forgot to take care of one very important detail: your insurance. Now is the time to take a close look at your homeowner's policy to see if you have sufficient coverage for your new pool…more »

Oil and Water Don't Mix: Does Your Business Need Pollution Coverage?
In April 2010, an oil drilling rig owned and operated by Transocean Ltd. exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico. The accident killed 11 people and set off a massive oil spill, causing catastrophic damage to marine life and imperiling coastal areas in four states. Transocean was operating on behalf of the giant energy corporation BP, who owned the rights to the oil field where the rig was located…more »

Protect Your Possessions with an Electronic Home Inventory
Having a homeowner's insurance policy is not enough to thoroughly protect all the possessions in your home. Only by documenting your goods and updating the list on a regular basis, can you ensure you have enough insurance, settle claims faster and substantiate losses for income tax purposes.  The process of creating a home inventory may sound overwhelming, but technology has made it quite simple…more »

Did You Know?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA) has predicted 14 to 23 named storms with 8 to 14 of those storms potentially becoming hurricanes. This forecast could make this year's hurricane season one of the most active since 2005.

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