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Blog Posts For 2013

Holiday Travel Tips: Be Prepared and Stay Safe

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), weather-related crashes account for a significant number of fatalities during the holiday travel season. Citing preparedness as the best way to avoid problems and stay safe, NHTSA provides a checklist for safe winter driving.

Group Health and Life Insurance is Beneficial for Employers and Employees

Offering group health and life insurance benefits to employees is optional for most employers. But these benefits do serve a very critical purpose for most employees and can mean the difference between a healthy, dynamic workforce and a workforce that is unhealthy and disengaged. Businesses need to

Use Extreme Caution When Deep-Frying Your Thanksgiving Turkey

Deep-fried turkeys have become increasingly popular for the Thanksgiving meal. Many people even consider them to be the “easier” way to prepare a turkey. But deep fryers also present a serious fire and burn danger for you and your home. Turkey fryers can easily tip, spilling hot cooking oil. They

What Does My Homeowners Policy Cover? What Do I Need to Know about Homeowners Insurance?

Most of us find no pleasure in thinking about insurance, let alone reading through a policy contract. But as a homeowner, you need to take some time to familiarize yourself with your homeowners insurance policy so you know what is covered—and what is not. Waiting until something bad happens to find

You Can Save Money on Your Auto and Home Insurance with Policy Bundling and More

We can help you save money on your auto and home insurance with the following techniques and discounts. Bundle your insurance policies. It makes a lot of sense to bundle your homeowners, car and personal umbrella insurance with the same insurer, for a lot of reasons. Most insurance companies