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Nearly 40 percent of U.S. home fires that begin with Christmas trees occur in January. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is strongly encouraging people to remove Christmas trees from their homes promptly after the holiday season.

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Burglars won't find your home an "easy mark" if they are forced to work in the light, if they have to take a lot of time breaking in, or if they can't break in without making a lot of noise. Use these tips to make your home more secure.

 

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Posted in: home
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Parties and social gatherings are often a big part of the holiday seaason. But hosts who serve alcohol should take steps to limit their liquor liability and make sure they have the proper insurance, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.).

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When winter weather makes driving challenging, the safest solution is to stay off the roads, but that’s not always possible…or perhaps yo... Read more >

Posted in: auto, general
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Christmas trees are a beautiful holiday decoration, but they can be dangerous, too. Even if you have an artificial tree, there are hazards to avoid. T... Read more >

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Winter months often increase the risks of a variety of claim situations. Being proactive can help reduce the chances of having an accident or loss.  Keep in mind these 9 tips to avoid claim situations that are not only costly but can cause you significant stress.

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New England winters are known for their unpredictability. Keeping your business operations running smoothly and safely this winter is dependent on being prepared for whatever winter weather might bring. Taking these steps can help you address the most common problems that cause property damage in winter.

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Thanksgiving Day is a fun holiday that many of us look forward to all year. As you plan and prepare for your Thanksgiving feast, be sure to keep safet... Read more >

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The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) discourages the use of outdoor gas-fueled turkey fryers that immerse the turkey in hot oil. These turk... Read more >

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When it's time to set the clocks forward in Spring or backward in the Fall forward for Daylight Savings Time, fire safety officials recommend checking that your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are in working order. Working smoke detectors decrease the risk of dying in a house fire by nearly 50%. Here are a variety of safety tips to remember.

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