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Buckle Up: Car Insurance Rates are Rising

According to the Insurance Services Office, loss costs throughout the auto industry have increased at a cumulative pace of 20% from 2012 to 2015. There are several reasons for the increase and ways you can reduce your auto risks. Economic Improvement As the economy improves and businesses expand, it means there are more vehicles on(continue reading)


National Ladder Safety Month

March 2017 is National Ladder Safety Month Every step matters: from step stools to extension ladders, make sure you’re putting the right foot forward Every year over 300 people die in ladder-related accidents, and thousands suffer disabling injuries. Mark your calendar to join the American Ladder Institute (ALI) in celebrating the first-ever National Ladder Safety(continue reading)



Love Your Valentine’s Day Gift? Insure it!

Those who don’t buy shiny things or flowers for Valentine’s Day may prefer other types of valuables, such as electronics, artwork, antiques or wine. All totaled the U.S. spent $18.2 billion this year on Valentine’s Day, which is down 7.6% from 2016. Whatever the purchase, you should take steps to safeguard and insure your valuables. Homeowners(continue reading)


Why are Your Clothes Taking so Long to Dry?

Having a home inspection of your dream house is an important step in the process. While you may love the master suite or the in-ground pool, you need to know if there are any problems lurking around the corner. Some things that are covered by a home inspection: Yard – drainage, landscaping, sidewalks, and railings;(continue reading)


Hit-and-Run, Are You Covered?

Have you ever come out of a store or restaurant and noticed your car has a new dent or scratch that wasn’t a part of your car before you parked it? If so, you’ve experienced a hit-and-run accident. Hit-and-run accidents can involve cars, pedestrians, or other property. So does auto insurance provide coverage for a(continue reading)


Today’s High Tech Crimes

Today’s thieves have found creative ways to steal our personal information, as well as our property. For instance, you may have seen news reports about skimming devices installed on ATMs or gas pumps. These devices were attached to pumps at gas stations throughout Wisconsin. Thieves have also found a way into autos with keyless entry(continue reading)


What to Put in Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

If a massive disaster wiped out power to your region right now, with no hope of recovery for at least several days, would you be ready? Would you have a way to connect with your family? Would you have enough nonperishable food for everyone? In short, do you have the right plan and supplies to(continue reading)


Renter’s Insurance

After a long search, you’ve finally moved in to your first apartment. You’ve properly furnished your new home with everyday essentials and are eager to begin living on your own for the very first time. But hold the phone! You should consider buying renters insurance before getting too comfortable in your new place. Renters insurance(continue reading)


Sticking to a New Year’s Resolution

Traditionally, New Year’s Day is styled as the ideal time to kick start a new phase in your life and the time when you must make your all important new year’s resolution. Unfortunately, the beginning of the year is also one of the worst times to make a major change in your habits because it’s(continue reading)

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