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Are You Covered? Don’t Be Caught Underinsured!

June 14th, 2019|Homeowners Insurance, Personal Insurance|

Are you covered? Don’t be caught underinsured! By Melissa Kamp Consider the cost of rebuilding your home to avoid being underinsured in Fairfield and Westchester County. Does your homeowner's policy have sufficient coverage limits to help you recover fully after a loss? Will you avoid incurring serious financial burdens? "Am [...]

Daigle & Travers: A Chubb Cornerstone Agency

May 17th, 2019|Community News|

Daigle & Travers Private Client Team has received the prestigious 2019 Chubb Cornerstone designation.   BENEFITS OF CHOOSING A CHUBB CORNERSTONE AGENCY TO PROTECT YOU & YOUR FAMILY Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded P&C insurer providing commercial and personal insurance. Chubb’s personal insurance division specializes in providing personal [...]

Track Insurance

April 29th, 2019|Automobile Insurance|

Track Insurance Do you like to take your car to the track? Us too, but did you know that your auto insurance won’t cover you for track usage? Do you have track insurance? In order to insure your toys on the track, you need to purchase a track insurance policy. [...]

Workers Compensation Insurance in CT and NY

March 29th, 2019|Workers Compensation Insurance|

A Guide to Workers Compensation Cost by Daigle & Travers, Darien, Connecticut (203) 655-6974 All businesses in Connecticut and New York that have employees are required to carry workers compensation insurance. Depending on your industry, workers comp may be your highest expense after payroll. *Note that in New York, [...]

Buying Waterfront Property in Connecticut and New York

March 22nd, 2019|Homeowners Insurance|

When home buyers are considering the purchase of waterfront or coastal property in Fairfield or Westchester County, there are several insurance factors they need to understand.  We always recommend consulting an insurance professional prior to making an offer on your new home so that you understand the insurance ramifications prior [...]