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Are My Personal Possessions Covered?

  Over the years we accumulate lots of personal belongings. These belongings can include furniture, clothing, sports equipment, and jewelry.  Your personal possessions are likely to be worth more than you may think, and should they become lost, stolen, or damaged, you will want to make sure you have enough coverage to help replace them. This coverage is known as Coverage C.   Before you experience a loss to your personal property, it is highly recommended to create a home inventory of your personal belongings in the event you should need to file a claim. The Washington Post reports only 44% of homeowners have taken the time to create an inventory of their belongings. Although creating an inventory of all your belongings can seem like quite a daunting task, it can be quite simple. Start by listing your items, their estimated value, and their make and model numbers if applicable. Update your inventory annually to add or remove items as necessary.   Should you have items of hig ...

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Investigation by Florida Peninsula’s Special Investigations Unit Results in Insurance Fraud Arrest

On Saturday, February 3rd, Michele Krisle, owner of TSK Exteriors roofing company in St. Cloud, was arrested after an investigation was performed in conjunction with Florida Peninsula Insurance Company’s Special Investigation Unit (SIU). Ms. Krisle was arrested on counts of Scheme to Defraud, Fraudulent Lien, Grand Theft, and False and Fraudulent Insurance Claim after she presented Florida Peninsula with a false invoice for services which were not completed. A Florida Peninsula policyholder hired Krisle’s company, TSK Exteriors, to make repairs on his roof. TSK Exteriors attempted to have the insured sign an Assignment of Benefits (AOB) form to seek additional monies from Florida Peninsula after the roof repair was complete. When the insured refused to sign the AOB, TSK Exteriors filed a lien against the policyholder’s home for over $17,000. Subsequently, the policyholder reported a roof leak to TSK after their repairs were completed. TSK refused to honor their warranty on the pre ...

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