Recently I visited the Tiny House show at Atlantic Station (https://tinyhousefestival.com/). I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it sure turned out to be informative and entertaining. The weather, however, didn’t cooperate as it rained most of the time I visited there. If you are like me, you have seen a number of different shows … More Tiny Houses
Protect yourself and your family. Submit your claim via the company Email. Fax or Phone. >>Include policy numbers and phone number where you can be reached<< Please notify us as well: Email : CustomerService@SouthernAssurance.com, Phone 770 926 1495 (This is also a text number) Fax 770 924 8841 Protect the property from further damage. You … More WHAT TO DO IMMEDIATELY AFTER A LOSS
With Hurricane Dorian projected to make landfall later this week in the state of Florida it is important to remember what to do to prepare yourself and your property before the potential hurricane strike. If your home is in the path of a Hurricane, such as Dorian, there are some simple things you can do to … More Preparing Your Home for a Hurricane
When an insured driver has an accident or theft, the claims process can make or break the relationship with the insurance company. Some insurance companies continue to use traditional claims procedures and look for a strong human touch to make the experience work for the insured. The danger for the insurance company is that longer … More When an Insured Driver Has an Accident
A recent car theft study showed a list mainly of luxury vehicles, pickup trucks, and cars/ trucks with performance engines. Half of the 20 vehicles leading the likely-to-be-stolen list are also equipped with all-wheel drive. I’m not really sure what that is about, but for some reason, they are attractive to thieves. The top of … More The Most Likely (& Unlikely) Cars to be Stolen
Some companies offer auto insurance coverage for cats and dogs (and it’s different from pet insurance) Many pet owners frequently drive with their animals, and while we might know the safest ways for pets to travel in vehicles crates and other restrictive means are often not practical, and they don’t always prevent injury. Some salvation: … More Do You Need Car Insurance for Your Pet?
IT’S HURRICANE SEASON As of June 1, it’s hurricane season in the Atlantic. Those who live in the South and especially the coastal areas know the importance of preparing for major storms, while inland areas are aware that they are not immune from the effects. Storm damage is largely unavoidable when you are in a … More Southern Assurance’s Hurricane Tips
A Brookfield Connecticut woman was sentenced to twelve years in prison for setting fire to her mother’s home in order to collect the insurance money. Gasoline was poured throughout the house and ignited. Inside the garage, which was not burned, was the daughter’s car full of frozen food, two television sets, a digital camera, … More Recent Claim Stories
Today I got my first tornado alert for the year. Two weeks ago my Camellias were in full bloom. Maybe there is something to this temperature change after all. I’m not so convinced as some people, but this is way too early to have to start talking about tornadoes and hail damage to roofs but … More Tornado Season
It is unlikely that any of our Georgia insureds are directly affected by this, but it is good to know that we can help you verify insurance coverage. As part of the service we provide for our clients, we routinely verify coverage for them. So if you have a tenant living in one of your … More FBI urges companies to check the validity of workers’ compensation insurance after alleged fraud.