Frequently Asked Fridays - If a pipe bursts in my yard, am I covered?

Many homeowner's do not realize if a pipe bursts in their yard it's their responsibility. Under homeowners insurance, any pipe damage within the home is, of course, covered. If any pipe damage happens in the street in front of your home, that is the city's responsibility. But what about the space between your curb and your home? If a pipe bursts inside your yard and...

Frequently Asked Fridays - Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Dog Bites?

We can all agree that love for our furry friends knows no bounds. But, in the event of a dog bite, whether it's between your dog and another dog or your dog and a human, you could have a lawsuit on your hands. Say what?! The good thing is: Most of what your dog does is actually covered by your homeowners insurance. This comes in...

Frequently Asked Fridays - What Is Gap Insurance?

What is gap insurance and why do I need it? Gap insurance can be added to any car insurance policy and protects car owners against losses that can arise when the amount of compensation received from a total loss does not fully cover the amount the insured owes on the vehicle's financing or lease agreement. These endorsements provide coverage limits in excess of the actual...

Happy Holidays from Gillman Insurance Problem Solvers! Here's How We're Giving Back...

This holiday season, Gillman Insurance Problem Solvers would like to thank our clients, colleagues, and friends for their continued support. Thank you for your business, your unwavering confidence, and loyalty over the last 25+ years. This year, in the spirit of giving thanks, we have made charitable donations to Senior Services North Fulton to remember what this season is all about - - giving back. We are also proud...

What The 'Hands Free Georgia Act' Means For GA Drivers

On May 2nd, 2018, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law the “Hands Free Georgia Act”. The law takes effect July 1st, 2018 and will require the use of hands free technology for mobile electronic devices while driving. A wireless device includes phones, personal digital assistant, laptops, tablets, GPS receivers or any similar portable devices to send/receive data or communications.  A driver may not: Hold or support any...