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At Oak Knoll Insurance, we understand the time and energy you've invested in your classic car. It's essential to have appropriate insurance coverage to help mitigate the associated financial risks. Contact us today for a classic car insurance quote.   Classic Car Coverage Options  READ MORE >>

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Boat insurance is vital coverage. Boating accidents can occur without warning, and it’s essential to know how much coverage to have to prepare for accidents. Sufficient boat insurance can limit potential out-of-pocket accident costs if a covered accident occurs. READ MORE >>

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Illinois companies using vehicles to conduct business operations must adhere to state auto insurance laws. All vehicles registered in Illinois must have at least the minimum amount of liability coverage.   Commercial auto insurance is highly customizable. READ MORE >>

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If you’re buying a home, you’ll likely need a mortgage to finance the purchase. But did you know that your mortgage lender will require you to have a certain amount of home insurance to protect their investment? Learn more about how much home insurance you need for a mortgage and why it’s essential to have the right coverage below. READ MORE >>

Here is a map of Illinois showing the initial and final plant dates for corn and soybeans in 2013. This map was released on May 3, 2013. Click here for PDF file. READ MORE >>

As you edge closer to moving the combines to the fields, I want to make a few bullet point reminders and provide other information.  In no particular order: Deferral of interest on paying your 2012 crop insurance premium:  PLEASE NOTE—IF NOT PAID IN FULL BY NOVEMBER 1, THE INTEREST WILL ACCRUE BACK TO SEPTEMBER 1. READ MORE >>

I am including three links: 1.  An RMA Q&A about crop insurance and the drought.  You will find many of the questions don't pertain, but at  least the first few will be of interest.  Claims for potential high dollar claims have been turned in due to the potential audit requirements of your yield history. READ MORE >>

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