Category: Holiday Safety

A New Year… Let’s Get Your Insurance Right

  As we move into a new year, I hope that every insurance agent and insurance buyer thinks about how they view their relationships.  Let us get away from the clever insurance advertisement’s attempts to bring our products and services down to the lowest common denominator, price, and commodity.  Insurance products and services are used to build our local economies, we allow people to dream,...

A Dieters Survival Guide For Holiday Parties

If you have been watching your weight all year, you certainly won't want to add back the pounds during the holiday season! By making a commitment to yourself and your health, with these tips, it will be possible to enjoy the holiday celebrations without adding extra pounds. Don't think diet, rather think about eating smarter. Before attending a party, have a small high quality, nutritionally...

How To Prepare For Holiday Home Safety

The Holidays are almost upon us, and if you have been to any department store, the sounds of Christmas are ringing out. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, over 400 homes are destroyed annually by causes related to Christmas tree fires. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission hospital, emergency rooms treat over 12,900 people each year for injuries such as falls, cuts and...

What Is Covered Under a Homeowner’s Liability Policy

A Personal Insurance Update Most people never actually read their homeowner’s insurance policy.  We agree insurance policies are difficult to read and understand unless you are in the insurance business.  Nevertheless, we do recommend that you read your policy.  If you have any questions call our office, as we are happy to help you. The liability portion of your renters’ or homeowner’s coverage will be...

Criminals Are Holiday Shopping Too!

  Personal Insurance and Safety Update Halloween is over and that means we are in the middle of the holiday season.  During the next 45 days, we will all be busy shopping, eating out, and traveling.  Thieves know that the police are overloaded during the holiday season, and they take full advantage it.  Burglars know that there are many expensive items in homes and cars...