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Linda Cook

Linda Cook
Linda Cook has over 20 years of experience in the personal insurance industry. She joined ECBM in 2010 as the Vice President of the Private Client Group. Linda has partnered with insurance carriers to establish programs for professional athletes as well as handling insurance for prominent members of the Philadelphia community and their families. Linda has been an active member of the local chapter of the International Association of Insurance Professionals for over 7 years. She has also served two terms as the Vice President for the local chapter of The Insurance Professionals of the Main Line. In addition, she has served as a member of the Agency Council for both Fireman's Fund Insurance Company and the Chubb Insurance Group.
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Recent Posts

2018 Hurricane Season; This means wind and flooding- are you protected?

Hurricane Sandy is still fresh in the memory of many business owners and homeowners in the Eastern part of the United States. While most hurricanes are best known for their high wind velocity, a storm like Hurricane Sandy was known for the damage that was created by the accumulation of surface water, overflow of inland or tidal waters, and overall flooding conditions.

Why You Need Sewer Backup Insurance Coverage

Did you know that while this coverage is available under your homeowner insurance policy, it is not always included? This coverage, in most cases, needs to be specifically endorsed to provide coverage under your policy. 

Tips For Buying A Home In Florida

Due to severe weather that routinely impacts Florida, the state has adopted some of the toughest building codes in the country, especially for wind. Before falling in love with a property in the sunshine state, consider these tips when buying a primary or second home there.

Preventing Frozen Pipes

 

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As homeowners we do our best to maintain our homes... sometimes the forces of nature overwhelm us.

Holiday Fire Safety Tips

 

 

Did you know that nearly 156,000 fires occur during the winter holiday season, causing 630 deaths, 2,600 injuries and approximately $950 million in property damage?