Reviewing your insurance policies regularly will ensure you’re properly covered, and the start of the New Year is the perfect time to re-evaluate your insurance needs!
Life changes so rapidly that people are often unaware of how it can affect their insurance. From career moves to home moves, the purchase of a new car or even a piece of jewelry, it’s important to review your policies annually and make sure they accurately reflect your circumstances.
To help determine whether your current insurance policies are still appropriate and adequate for your circumstances and future needs, we’ve put together a check-list of topics you may want to think about.
- Purchased or sold a home?
- Had a change in occupancy in your home(s)?
- Made home renovations?
- Installed a home security system?
- Put items in a storage facility?
Other items to think about include:
- Understanding your deductible(s)
- Optional endorsements
- Coverage adequacy Coverage gaps Other policy options
Did you know that AFI offers a full range of insurance products to include auto, motorcycle, boats, travel trailer, motor home and more? And the same agent can assist you with these policies as well!
We encourage you to take a few minutes and review the checklist above. If any of these events have occurred since your insurance policies were last reviewed or if you want to discuss policy options, call (800) 241-0393 and speak with one of our dedicated agents. We are standing by to assist you with your policy questions.
Armed Forces Insurance is ready to welcome your family as members
We hope you’ve been sharing how much you love using Armed Forces Insurance with your friends and family, and we wanted to share some good news. Our membership eligibility has been expanded to include some of the most important people in your life.
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You may have noticed that the mail is running slower than normal. Even after the rush of the holidays passed, the postal service is having a hard time handling the volume of mail going back and forth.
A message from Armed Forces Insurance Chairman, Lt. Gen. Stanley E. “Sid” Clarke III, Air Force (Ret.)
I customarily begin any message to Armed Forces Insurance members with a thank-you, and this is no exception. Thank you for being a part of AFI. We appreciate you, and we will always consider it an ...