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Hurricane Preparedness

May 10, 2019

This week is Hurricane Preparedness Week! The official start of Hurricane season is approaching quickly and with June 1st right around the corner, here are some helpful tips to keep in mind for keeping you and your family safe while minimizing the risk of damage to your home.   Landscape, Yard & Decor Keeps trees and shrubs well trimmed. By...  read more

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Avoid Costly Water Damage Claims

April 26, 2019

Water damage claims are quickly becoming more and more common, accounting for a large portion of all property damage claims. They are one of the costliest disasters your home can experience with the average cost of a claim doubling in the last few years and ranging anywhere from tens of thousands to several hundred thousand...  read more

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Enjoy a Carefree Vacation With These Tips to Help Keep You Safe.

March 19, 2019

Everyone wants to enjoy a carefree vacation, but it is important to remember there are risky situations and bad elements that may be lurking in the shadows. Consider the following tips to help keep you, your family and friends safe. General Travel Tips: Before traveling abroad in high risk areas be sure to get the...  read more

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Divorce and Property & Casualty Insurance

January 8, 2019

An Article written by Linda Graef Jones. The process of divorce is often stressful and complicated.  It requires each spouse to focus on multiple issues, all of which require the parties to make important and long lasting decisions.  One issue that is key, but often left to last or forgotten entirely, is how to properly...  read more

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Holiday Hosting & Toasting

December 20, 2018

The holidays are a time for gathering with friends and family. While entertaining in your home it is important to be cognizant of your liability as a host. While a social host may not be liable for injuries sustained by a drunken guest, the host can be held liable for harm to third parties, and...  read more

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Helpful Tips for a Happy & Safe Thanksgiving

November 21, 2018

Helpful Tips for a Happy & Safe Thanksgiving Stay in the kitchen; don’t leave cooking food unattended. If you’re simmering, baking, roasting or broiling food, check it regularly. Use a timer to remind yourself that the stove or oven is on. Keep the area around the stove clean and clutter free. Clear away towels, papers,...  read more

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Deer In The Headlights

October 26, 2018

During this time of year there are many deer and other critters out and about. As the season changes and the days become shorter, many people are commuting during dusk hours. The Insurance Information Institute posted a great article with helpful tips to avoid a hitting a deer. The tips are as follows: Be especially attentive during...  read more

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Anywhere It Can Rain, It Can Flood

October 15, 2018

As we have seen in the wake of recent hurricanes, you do not need to live in a coastal area to sustain serious damage from flood waters.  In fact, more than 20% of flood damage occurs in low to moderate areas.  Homeowners policies do not include Flood coverage.  However, coverage can be purchased through FEMA or...  read more

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Keep The Fire In The Chimney

October 4, 2018

Having had clients who have experienced losses resulting from chimney fires, we are very aware of the devastating effects.  Thank goodness we have not witnessed any serious injuries or loss of life. Chimney fires can cause significant property damage and the trauma can be overwhelming.  When a chimney fire occurs, the fire may be contained...  read more

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Top 5 Tips for Having a Safe Holiday Season

December 8, 2017

Top 5 Tips for Having a Safe Holiday Season 1. Minimize the Risk of Fire and Smoke: ⦁Be careful placing decorations around or near fireplaces. Keep candles on stable surfaces, away from children and do not light near trees or other flammable items. ⦁Make sure fires and candles are no longer lit before leaving your...  read more

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