Adam Morgan

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Adam Morgan is a former senior editor for Reviews.com. He's written about banking, credit cards, home warranties, insurance, and many other subjects (like running shoes) to give our readers the best information to assist in their buying decisions. His writing has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The AV Club, The Guardian, Chicago magazine, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, and elsewhere.

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The 10 Most Restricted Dog Breeds for Home Insurance Companies

The hardest dogs to get home insurance coverage for: Pit bull Rottweiler Alaskan malamute Akita Chow chow Doberman Pinscher Wolf hybrids Mastiff German shepherd Siberian husky Believe it or not, owning a dog can make a massive impact on your homeowners insurance. It might seem unfair, but a dog makes your home riskier to insure ...

5 Tips for Insuring Your Vacation Home

How to Insure Your Vacation Home Do you need a new insurance policy for a second home? Probably. While your first home’s policy might extend liability coverage to a second home, it won’t insure the structure itself or your belongings. For that, you’ll need to purchase a second homeowners insurance policy (and potentially a second home warranty). Here’s ...

How to Avoid the 5 Most Common Home Insurance Claims

How can I avoid home insurance claims? Home insurance claims aren’t as rare as you might think. According to the Insurance Information Institute, one out of every 15 homeowners submits a claim every year. No one wants to file a claim, because it means you’ve suffered a loss and will likely pay a higher premium ...

8 Ways to Lower Your Homeowners Insurance Premium

The rate you pay for homeowners insurance depends on many factors that are out of your control, but there are a few things you can do to pay less: bundle your policy, install home security devices, increase your deductible, disaster-proof your home, adjust your coverage, shop around for quotes, or even be selective about dog ...

Why You Need Renters Insurance

Do I need renters insurance? Yes, you do. If you’re among the 35% of Americans who rent a home, there’s something you should know — your landlord’s insurance only covers the building you live in. As a renter, the only way to protect your personal belongings in the event of a disaster (or theft) is ...

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