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Hurricane Maria Could Impact Connecticut

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Hurricane Maria, which is currently pummeling Puerto Rico, is tracking northwest and could impact the Connecticut shoreline next week. Most homeowners only purchase flood insurance if they are required to by their mortgage company. Flood insurance is required for homeowners who have a Federally backed mortgage and are in a Special Flood Hazard Area, those … More

You could be at risk from the recent data breach

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Your clients could be at risk from the recent data breach As you’ve probably heard, Equifax, a leading credit reporting company, reported a data breach event that potentially impacts 143 million U.S. consumers. If one of your clients was affected by this breach, we suggest that they follow the steps below: Read and keep the … More

Advanced Payments are Available under the Standard Flood Insurance Policy for Victims of Hurricane Harvey

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Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane along the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana. The catastrophic event created severe storm surge impacting areas with heavy concentrations of NFIP-insured properties. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) expects life-threatening flooding to continue across the middle and upper Texas coast with additional rainfall for several … More

Connecticut Increases Minimum Automobile Insurance Liability Limits Effective January 1, 2018

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The state minimum limits for personal auto policies will increase as of Monday, Jan. 1, 2018, after Gov. Dannel Malloy signed Public Act 17-114 on June 16. As such, beginning Jan. 1, all automobile liability insurance policies delivered, issued for delivery, renewed, amended or endorsed in Connecticut must have at least $25,000 for injury or death … More

UI System Maintenance Advisory for Fairfield

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First Selectman Mike Tetreau announced today that during the early morning hours of Saturday, August 19, 2017, United Illuminating (UI) will be conducting system testing at its Hawthorne electrical substation in Fairfield to maintain the reliability of its energy grid. During this procedure, which will be conducted between 3 and 5 a.m., customers in Fairfield, … More

Be Part of History!

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The Fairfield Museum and History Center announces an exciting collaboration with one of America’s most iconic photographers, Stephen Wilkes of Westport, to create one of his extraordinary “Day to Night” photographs of Fairfield’s waterfront. On Saturday, August 12, 2017, Wilkes will capture Fairfield’s beachfront over a 24-hour period perched atop staging on Jennings Beach. Residents … More

How does my auto insurance react to pothole damage?

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How does my auto insurance react to pothole damage? If you have collision coverage, your auto insurance policy will cover damage caused by hitting a pothole. Potholes can impair alignment; ruin shocks and struts; puncture tires; bend wheel rims; and damage other parts located under the car. Since “collision means the upset of ‘your covered … More

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