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For Rent: The Importance of Insurance Policies When Renting or Leasing

Chances are as an adult, you have rented, or leased, something at least once in your life. From your first college apartment to a home appliance, if you’ve rented, you know you always have the option to “insure” the item in question. While many of the insurance policies offered by rental companies are gimmicky and […]

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Vacation 2020: Making the Most Out of A Hard Year

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Vacations, even on a good year, can be hard. But in 2020, summer vacations have taken a back burner for many families, and it’s no surprise. Many people don’t have the luxury of long stretches of time away from their jobs right now, and what’s more, many are working on a limited budget that prevents […]

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4th of July in 2020: Safety Tips for At-Home Celebrations

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We’ve almost made it to Independence Day, and we’re sure your celebrations will include plenty of good food, time with family and (maybe) a few close friends, and probably some at-home fireworks. With COVID-19 continuing to plague cities across the US, many 4th of July celebrations have been canceled, leaving people to plan their own […]

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National Insurance Awareness Day 2020

This coming Sunday, June 28th, is National Insurance Awareness Day, and Carroll Marshall Insurance wants you to circle it on your calendar! While it might not be in competition with some of the other major dates during the year (after all, Santa doesn’t really like to share the spotlight and your birthday is a pretty […]

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Insuring Your Mobile Home in Florida: What You Need to Know

Homeowners insurance can be a tricky topic even for the most experienced buyer, but once you learn the basics about what is covered with traditional homes and how the policies work, you can start to gain some traction in understanding your coverage, making claims, etc. However, for those who are purchasing a mobile home and wish to have […]

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Celebrate FRESH! National Fruits and Veggies Month is Here!

June is here, and not only does that mean it’s time to kick off summer, but it’s also time to kick off National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month. It’s the perfect time to incorporate the fresh flavors of summer into a healthy and exciting diet. If you’re already feeling the burn of the busy summer […]

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Getting Back to the Great Outdoors: Camping As A Vacation (and How to Prepare Your Car)

With COVID affecting travel plans for people around the world, many of us here in Florida are seriously considering camping as a great backup alternative for vacationing this year. After all, camping is a wonderful way to enjoy the great outdoors, unplug, and bond with family and friends. However, it can hold its own unique […]

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Medical Services, Pre-Approval, and Your Policy: What You Need to Know

The current COVID crisis has impacted the medical world in ways none of us expected, and while the doctors, nurses, and other staff employed by hospitals and medical facilities are certainly the most highly affected, the civilian population has taken a blow as well. Many planned for, and needed, “elective procedures” were canceled and put […]

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Should You Make the Jump? How Backyard Additions Impact Your Coverage

With COVID-19 affecting the summer plans of many families, kids are staring down a summer vacation being stuck at home. Parents and children alike are probably looking at their old, worn-out swing-set and patchy grass and wondering how that will POSSIBLY be enough to stay entertained for weeks on end. Hence why we’ve been hearing […]

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How COVID Has Affected The Insurance Industry and What You Need to Know About Your Policies

The pandemic our country has been thrown into in 2020 is unprecedented, and COVID-19 has certainly left a mark on every aspect of our society. Aside from the obvious health ramifications, our education system, commerce, socialization, religious practices, and even holidays have been greatly affected and it will definitely take time to recover. The insurance industry hasn’t been immune to the […]

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