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Five Ways Life Insurance Brings You Peace of Mind

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Most of us are aware we need life insurance but may not be sure how much, or if it’s within our budget. Life insurance has helped many people keep their promises for generations — and it can be a lot cheaper than you might think. In fact, according to LIMRA, most people overestimate the cost … More

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ISC’S BACK-TO-SCHOOL DRIVING TIPS

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Millions of students are headed back to school this fall. It’s a good time to educate yourself and drivers alike on the rules of the road around school busses, in school zones, dangers of distracted driving and how to keep pedestrians safe. School Bus According to the National Safety Council (NSC) some 25 million students’ … More

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The Dangers of Texting and Driving

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Would you ever drive the length of a football field at 55 mph blindfolded? Well that’s essentially what you’re doing when texting while driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, texting behind the wheel takes a driver’s eye off the road for an average of 4.6 seconds, which is the time it takes … More

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WINTER SPORTS SAFETY TIPS

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It’s about 30 degrees outside and last night’s snowfall left the perfect amount of fresh powder on the ground. These weather conditions are winter sports enthusiasts’ paradise! While it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and adrenaline rush, don’t leave safety behind as you head out the door. According to the National Safety … More

Four Child Safety Issues Every Parent Should Address

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November is National Child Safety and Protection Month. And while you may be fretting over where to spend Thanksgiving, don’t forget to protect the little ones in your life you’re most thankful for. Everyday places and occasions can present safety challenges; whether in the car, at school or even at home. To help you protect … More

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How To Do A Home Inventory

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A smart safeguard that saves time and stress Did you know that according to the FBI, more than 2 million home burglaries are reported every year? It’s not something we like to think about, but with statistics like that, you can’t ignore the possibility that it could one day happen in your neighborhood. The first … More

Travel Safety Tips

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Traveling, either for business or pleasure is stressful. Here are some tips to make your trip safer and almost stress free. Pack Smart: It’s a good idea to pack light so that you can move more quickly and have a free hand when you need it. Plan on carrying the bare minimum of valuables and … More

4 PRACTICAL POLICIES FOR INSURING YOUR COLLEGE STUDENT

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As summer winds down and the new school year approaches, it’s time for parents to say goodbye and send their sons and daughters off to college. Whether they’re leaving the nest as an incoming freshman or returning for their senior year, as they take on new challenges and experience life away from home, it’s hard … More

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Do You Need Renter’s Insurance?

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Most renters do not feel the need to insure their belongings. They erroneously assume that they are covered by their landlord’s insurance. While the landlord’s policy will cover structural damage to your apartment as a result of a fire or severe weather, it will not cover your personal property. A renter’s insurance policy will typically … More

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Flood Insurance Basics

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Did you know… that damage from the nation’s #1 natural disaster, a flood, may not be covered by your homeowner’s policy? It is expensive and emotionally draining to recover from flood damage. Disaster assistance from the government is only available if the area is declared a disaster area by the President, which only happens in … More

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