To start the new year off right, we suggest that you complete an Emergency Contact Card and display it in a prominent place in your home and office. Should you need professional services, this card has all your resources in one place. If you have to submit a claim, please call the office and...Read More
All the wrapping paper is cleaned up and we finally have an idea of all the items that need to be added to our insurance policies. If you received electronics, computers, phones, jewelry or high value ticket items, now is the time to make sure your new possessions are covered by insurance....Read More
Winter is here and we are off to the slopes to take advantage of the snow. But to prevent injuries during your favorite winter activities, here are some tips:Read More
You don't want to be stranded on a road, without an emergency car kit. Here are some things that you will want to put in your trunk:
Cat Litter, Jumper Cables, Water, Power Bars, Blanket, Flares, First Aid Kit, Flash Light and Batteries, Inflated spare tire, Jack and Lug Wrench, Clean...Read More
Support our location businesses this weekend with Small Business Saturday. Stop by your local hardware store, bakery, cleaner, grocery, main street stores. They keep our local economy going. Please support them this weekend.Read More
Computer Security Day - observed on the last day of November encourages us to be diligent in keeping our computers secure. Make sure you:
- install antivirus software
- software on your computer is up to date
- strong passwords
- passwords are not shared or...
Did you know that an estimated 12.8 million Americans of all ages need assistance from others to carry out everyday activities? Approximately 40% are working-age adults 18 6o 64 and 57% are persons aged 65 and older.
How do you plan for your future care needs? Consider long-term care...Read More
Get ready to change the clocks. Sunday, November 6th, is when you turn back the clock by an hour -- so we gain a precious hour of sleep-- enjoy!Read More
Halloween is a great time for children and parents alike. But, it is important to be safe. Before shopping for that last minute costume this weekend, take a look at these safety tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics.Read More
Did you know one in four people have experienced identity theft? And that once every two seconds someone is a victor of identity theft? Thieves take over and open new accounts, file fake tax returns, rent or buy properties, just to name a few.
Now is the time to consider identity theft...Read More