extreme heat safety tips

Simple Tips to Help You Stay Safe from Extreme Heat

12October,2022
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Extreme heat is when the hot weather is accompanied by high humidity and temperatures above 90 °F for three or more days. Repeated exposure to such weather can cause heat-related illnesses. Though anyone can get heat-related illnesses, elders, younger children, and those with existing health conditions are at an increased risk of being affected. Read More

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11 Warning Signs of Workers’ Compensation Fraud You Need to Be Aware Of

21September,2022
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Workers' compensation offers financial compensation to employees who are injured while working on the job. The majority of people who file claims have legitimate injuries. There are others, however, who fake an injury and attempt to collect benefits. This type of fraud makes workers' compensation insurance more expensive than it needs to Read More

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An Expert’s Guide to Driving Safely in the Rain

14September,2022
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Driving safely in the rain can be challenging. The U.S. Department of Transportation reports that driving on wet streets and roads is riskier than on snowy surfaces. According to data, wet pavements account for 70% of weather-related auto accidents, while rainfall accounts for 46%. On the other hand, there’s an aspect of snow, sleet, and slush in Read More

electrical safety tips

5 Most Important Electrical Safety Tips for Homeowners

17August,2022
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Inexperienced people handling electricity can be very dangerous. That's why you must practice caution when working on home projects involving wiring, which is best handled by an experienced electrician. Electrical Safety Rules Your home's electrical system must function properly for your appliances to work. Electricity moves through conductors Read More

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HBC Honors August Anniversaries Of Teammates – 2022!

15August,2022
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7 Important Factors Can That Affect Your Car Insurance Rates

10August,2022
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Finding stable auto insurance rates is a challenge that many drivers face, and this is because auto insurance companies assess multiple factors while determining your risk level. Finding auto insurance premiums that align with your budget may be more difficult if you are considered a high-risk driver. To help guide you through the process, here Read More

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When Is Renters Insurance Tax Deductible? What You Need to Know

13July,2022
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If you’re wondering whether renters insurance is tax-deductible, keep in mind that how you use your covered rental is the determining factor. Your policy should most likely cover personal property and liability for injuries. Additionally, it will compensate for any temporary living costs brought on by a covered event. However, unless you use the Read More

wildfires for homeowners

Will My Homeowners Insurance Policy Cover Damages Caused by Wildfires?

Lately, many insurance companies have been reluctant to cover wildfires for homeowners because of the year-round risks involved. When available, the coverage is often quite expensive, temporary, or limited, especially in risk-prone areas like California. What Does Coverage for Wildfires Look Like? If your homeowners' insurance covers wildfire Read More

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COVID-19 Update:

The Coronavirus, officially COVID-19, has become a global health emergency. One of the measures Hoffman Brown Company has taken to keep our CLIENTS and Teammates safe was to design a complete virtual work environment. For the foreseeable future, our colleagues will be conducting business virtually to avoid any disruption in our ability to serve you. These measures are based on the CDC’s guidance and will evolve with the situation. Please know that we are fully functional, available and look forward to being of service.