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An Umbrella Can Protect You On A Rainy Day

October 4, 2017

It’s a rainy day – everything seems to be going wrong. You reach into your briefcase or purse and guess what is there for you? Your umbrella – it’s there to protect you from the rain and chaos outside. Just like an umbrella protects you from the elements, an Umbrella policy can protect you from exposure or claims that are greater than the liability limit on your home, auto or business policies.

Preparing Your Home for the Fall and Winter

September 27, 2017

You may not be ready for the summer to end, but your home should be. As you are storing your summer belongings and grabbing your sweatshirts, it’s important to prepare your home for the upcoming change in season.

Stay Safe While Tailgating

September 18, 2017

There is nothing quite like spending some time grilling outside with your family and friends before enjoying a football game. While you are flipping those burgers and sipping on a cold beverage, you may also be exposing yourself to some elements of risk.

Closing Your Summer Home

September 6, 2017

With colder weather approaching, it may be time to close up your summer or rental home that you’ve spent the past few summer months enjoying. Before closing the door on yet another summer, make sure to take the proper precautions to ensure your home’s safety and survival for next year.

Care for Your Car: Replace It or Repair It?

August 29, 2017

Many of us have experienced an unsettling feeling while driving on a highway and all of a sudden you hear a loud noise as something hits the windshield. A rock bounces off your windshield and leaves a large chip or crack obstructing your view. What do you do? Do you repair your windshield or do you replace it?

National Traffic Awareness Month

August 23, 2017

With August being “National Traffic Awareness Month,” it’s important to recognize important strategies and methods to keep not only yourself safe, but others, when in traffic. With that in mind, here are a few tips to drive safely during the peak traffic hours.

Back to School: Safety Tips for College

August 8, 2017

Attending a college or university can be an exciting, yet nerve-wracking time for both students and parents. Students may be living away from home and on their own for the first time and parents may be experiencing an empty nest. If you have a child attending college or you are a first-year student, here are some tips to keep in mind.

Being Proactive: Solar Panels and Insurance

August 1, 2017

With carbon dioxide levels at their highest in 650,000 years, arctic ice decreasing at 13.3% per decade and sea levels increasing at 3.4mm per year, important measures should be taken to reduce our carbon footprint and conserve energy. As a homeowner, you can install solar panels for your home to reduce your carbon footprint.

Preventing Your Business From Cyber Attacks

July 25, 2017

As a business, being able to communicate and collaborate online is vital to one’s short and long-term success.  With the benefits of having access to information online, come the dangers of theft, hacking or even internal error leading to potential loss of vital information.

Protecting Teen Driving

July 17, 2017

Do you remember getting your license and driving your first car? You can remember how excited you were, but now you know how nerve-wracking it can be for parents. Here’s what you can do to protect your teenage driver.

Stay Aware: Keep Your Guests Safe This Summer at Parties and Gatherings

July 13, 2017

With summer finally here, you may be attending and hosting a variety of different parties. In the moment, after having a few drinks, laughing with friends and sharing stories, some of your guests may get carried away. It may seem fun, but did you know that you could be liable if an intoxicated guest causes an injury to another?

Are You Prepared for the 2017 Hurricane Season?

June 27, 2017

Hurricane Katrina, Andrew and Superstorm Sandy are just three of the worst hurricanes in American history, resulting in injury, death and millions of dollars in property damage. While the forecasts for this season are average, it is always important to be prepared.