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Coverage You Can Count On Rain or Shine

Have you ever worried what would happen if you got in an accident and got sued for thousands or even a million dollars, much more than your coverage offers? How would you pay the difference? You could be wiped out financially and lose everything. An umbrella policy would ensure that you are covered completely. Umbrella […]

STOP!! Don’t Make This Common Mistake

In the event of an accident, most people will file a claim with their insurance carrier, no matter what happened. Doing so seems like the logical thing to do—right? I mean, you have insurance for just this reason, in case something happens. The problem with filing a claim before speaking with your insurance agent is […]

Time to Tackle Spring Cleaning!

Flowers are just starting to bloom and the birds are chirping but the inside of your home may still have a bad case of the winter blues. Spring cleaning is a tradition that allows us to freshen up our homes and get a head start on the hectic seasons of spring and summer. It’s time […]

Do You Have a Record of What You Own?

It is very important to keep track of all of your personal belongings in the event something catastrophic happens to you. We hope that disaster never happens to us, but we must be prepared for the worst. Think about how difficult it would be to list all of your personal belongings after they are lost. […]

Spring into Daylight Saving Time!

Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 14th at 2 AM. Since it’s almost Spring, it will soon be time to “spring forward”. Springing forward and falling back may seem simple enough, but daylight saving’s history has actually been quite complex – and misconceptions about it persist today. Let’s explore some interesting facts about Daylight Saving […]

March is National Nutrition Month

In response to the growing public interest in nutrition, National Nutrition Month was created in March 1973 to educate and provide information about the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Here are a few healthy tips to help boost your personal nutrition and help you become a […]

Insuring One of the Things We Love Most

With so much joy in the air this month, it’s easy to think happily on the things we love, like our kids. We can forget about the Legos (and the sore feet caused by stepping on one barefoot) and toys left underfoot over the years, the times we were forced to discipline them when we […]

Driving in Snow and Ice

The best advice for driving in bad winter weather is not to drive at all, if you can avoid it. Don’t go out until the snow plows and sanding trucks have had a chance to do their work, and allow yourself extra time to reach your destination. If you must drive in snowy conditions, make […]

The BEST Valentine’s Gift of All

If you consider protecting your loved ones’ financial security, wouldn’t life insurance be the BEST Valentine’s gift? What better way to truly show you care about your loved ones than to offer them the gift of protection? According to the National Retail Federation, Valentine’s Day shoppers in 2020 showed their love by spending approximately $196.31 […]

February is American Heart Month

Since 1963, February has been recognized as American Heart Month to urge Americans to join the battle against heart diseases and empower them to make healthy choices. The American Heart Association strives to increase awareness during February and raise funds for research and education. Many of us know someone who has suffered from heart disease […]