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Aronson Insurance Blog

What Is Important in a Car Insurance Review?

The average person replaces their vehicle approximately every six years. Even in households with multiple vehicles, most people go two to three years without making a vehicle change on their policy. While reviewing your coverage at the time of a vehicle change is important, a more frequent review of your car insurance is necessary to […]

Tackling Condo Insurance

Owning a condominium unit is a unique challenge as it merges at least two entities sharing in the risk associated with one property. Similar to other properties, condo owners need insurance to protect themselves against damage to the property as well as the associated liability risks. Because the condo association and the unit owner both […]

Hurricane Season Is Here!

Although Hurricane Fay didn’t directly impact Massachusetts, it was the earliest sixth named storm on record in 2020. Hurricanes Gonzalo and Hannah have already been named and are just waiting to form. Don’t wait until the last minute to prepare your home. Preparing now will save you some time, effort, and money. Costs increase on […]

What Is a Personal Umbrella Policy and Why Do I Need One?

Posted on June 17, 2020   Most insurance policies describe exactly what they cover by name. Auto insurance for your autos, home insurance for your home, business insurance for your…well, you get the picture!  One type of policy which does not follow this trend is an umbrella policy. Although most people don’t believe an umbrella […]

Filing a Homeowners Insurance Claim for Ice Dam Damage

Posted on February 18, 2020 From freezing pipes to roads covered in snow and ice, winter in Massachusetts comes with a big set of headaches. As the snow starts to melt, however, some local homeowners face even bigger problems on their property: ice dams. When water freezes along the gutter of your roof, it forms […]

How to Protect Yourself from Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists

Posted on January 4, 2020 Being involved in an auto accident with an Underinsured or entirely Uninsured driver can add even more concern, confusion, and cost to the incident.  Fortunately, there are two amazing coverages to help protect yourself in these situations, Underinsured Motorist Coverage and Uninsured Motorist Coverage.  These coverages are often overlooked and […]

How to Reduce Your Massachusetts Auto Insurance Premium

Posted on December 12, 2019 Massachusetts has seen a steady increase in insurance rates over the last several years—particularly in home and auto insurance. As Massachusetts continues to provide a wider range of insurance options to its residents, many of our clients have asked if there are ways they can reduce the premiums of their […]

Safeguard Your Business with Cyber Insurance

Posted on November 27, 2019 We have all read about different types of cyber-attacks and know criminals are always looking at new ways to strike.  Many businesses have implemented securities to help prevent attacks.  Still, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, Massachusetts is one of the top states for cyber-crime losses.  These attacks […]

What Does a Personal Umbrella Policy Cover?

Posted on September 6, 2019 Anyone who takes out an insurance policy is protecting themselves, their assets, or their loved ones in the event of an accident or another unexpected event. However, these incidents can come with highly unpredictable costs, and the only way to supplement for expenses that extend beyond your regular insurance policies […]

Governor Baker Approves New Short Term Housing Rental

Posted on August 13, 2019 Governor Baker Approves New Short Term Housing Rental (including AirBnB, VRBO ) Insurance Law and Taxes effective 7/1/2019 New Occupancy Tax, Statewide Registry, Insurance Requirements, and Inspections for Short Term Housing Rentals At the very end of 2018 without much fanfare, Governor Baker signed into law a bill regulating and […]