Tree Falls On Man's Home After He Makes Final PaymentA tree fell on a man's home after he made the final payment but he didn't have homeowner's insurance.
After Hail Storm, What Do You Need To Know About Making A Claim?If you have a damaged car or home from Monday's hail storm, there are some things to consider when it comes to making an insurance claim.
Police Send Warning, Share Videos That Show Car Thieves In ActionAccording to insurance experts, the rate of car break-ins and thefts has increased 30 percent in Colorado.
Who, What's To Blame For Spiking Auto Insurance Costs?Auto insurance premiums are on the rise in Colorado and the insurance industry says you can partly blame all those new Colorado residents, lower fuel costs and new-fangled cars.
Scammers Cover Ground Just As Fast As The Hail DoesScam artists are moving into areas that saw damaging hail on Monday and some of them are trying to swindle people even before they talk to their insurance agents.
Flooding Can Cause Hidden Damage To Cars That Shows Up Down The RoadAuto body shops are busy repairing vehicles that were flooded in Wednesday's storm, and a car doesn't have to be underwater to be totaled.
Hefty Price Tag For Colorado HailstormInsurance industry spokeswoman Carole Walker said Monday the Sept. 29 storm pounded thousands of vehicles and roofs, causing an estimated $213 million in insured losses.
Most Car Thefts Are Preventable CrimesWednesday morning's wild police chase along three highways caused all kinds of problems for innocent drivers sharing the road. And while the incident was extremely rare, there is a lesson to be learned.
5 Things To Know About Flood InsuranceFlood insurance isn't a standard part of homeowners insurance. It's an extra provided through the National Flood Insurance Program.
Wildfire Recovery Picks Up A Year After Waldo FireScores of new homes are springing up just one year after the Waldo Canyon Fire ravaged a Colorado Springs neighborhood.
Many High Park Fire Victims Give Up In Fight Vs. Insurance CompaniesSome people who lost their homes to the High Park Fire say insurance companies are not doing enough to help them rebuild.
Insurance Companies Send Crews To Protect HomesGroups of private firefighters hired in recent years have been protecting homes with high-end insurance policies in wildfire evacuation zones.
Evacuees Should Contact Insurance Companies As Soon As PossibleMany of the people forced out of their homes by the High Park Fire are now turning to their insurance agents for help.
Roofing Regulation Causes Last Minute ControversyA bill designed to protect consumers as they get their roof repaired is headed to the Governor’s desk for final approval. Critics of the bill have started a massive campaign to get the bill vetoed.
Filing An Insurance Claim Could Cost Homeowners Down The RoadMany people are spending the weekend picking up debris in their yards from the wind and snow. But with so much damage, homeowners are wondering if they should file a claim with their insurance company.