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News, updates and useful tips about insurance products and the insurance industry. We also provide insights on community events, local news and information that affect your everyday life. Enjoy!

Halloween Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat! No doubt you'll be hearing that a few times on this spookiest of days. Whether you go all out personally or just enjoy others getting into the spirit, here are 10 tips to keep trick or treating and Halloween fun and safe for everyone.

Halloween

Halloween isn’t just for kids. All you have to do is drive around and see the decorations, and you know that Halloween is right up there with Christmas when it comes to getting into the holiday spirit…pun intended. Insurance may not come to mind as you're planning your costumes or decorating your home, but there are certain risks involved especially if you are...

Volunteering

Many people face a variety of community-related and volunteer-related loss exposures. For example, if you or a family member holds some type of leadership role in a community, charity, religious, not-for-profit, or political organization, you should consider certain risk management recommendations.

insurance for renters

Many renters underestimate how much they are putting at risk by not having this extremely affordable coverage. If you don't have renter's insurance, are you saying "No" before you are really clear on what renters insurance does for you? Renter insurance covers is damage to your personal property and also provides liability coverage.

house fire

For most people, their home is their greatest asset, so it's crucial to avoid being underinsured. To protect their investment from disasters, homeowners should update their insurance regularly to include improvements, major purchases and increased rebuilding costs. Here are four key questions to ask your insurer.

business damage

No business is totally immune from disaster. Every year, businesses temporarily shut down—or close forever—because of a disaster such as a flood, fire or hurricane. You can take proactive steps to mitigate the impact of a disaster on your business. In addition, carrying adequate insurance coverage can help your business get back on its feet quickly.