National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month and it aims to educate Americans to respond to all types of crises. National Preparedness Month is a time in which you can prepare yourself, and those in your care, for all types of emergencies including natural disasters and potential terrorist attacks. Disaster can strike within the blink of an eye in Read More

How to Secure Your Home Against Burglary

How to Secure Your Home From Burglars

5September,2016
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Decrease the odds of your home being targeted by burglars with the following home safety tips. Thieves and burglars look for homes which lack adequate security. Suffice to say, a home with the proper home security will deter most criminals, and vastly decrease the chances of your home being a primary target for burglars. Your thoughts on security Read More

"Hey, Can I Borrow the Car?" The Teenager's Symphony

“Can I Borrow the Car?” The Teenager’s Symphony

30August,2016
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A teen driver may not have the experience they need to stay safe, and statistics prove this.  Adding a teen to your automobile insurance policy is costly.  Having a teen driver in the household can be a fun and nerve racking experience. Getting a driver’s license is a milestone for your children and also a rite of passage.  For parents it is time Read More

Avoiding Fraud While You Travel

Foreign and Domestic Travel

25August,2016
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Winter Holidays and Summertime are the peak time for all travelers. Protect yourself from fraud while you travel both internationally and domestically. Summer is upon us and Winter is just around the corner!!  Whether you are going to visit a foreign country or traveling here in the USA it is important to keep your credit and debit cards safe from Read More

Order Up: New Coverage Gaps for Restaurants

Order Up: New Coverage Gaps for Restaurants

23August,2016
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As your restaurant expands into new areas of business, new exposures to risk must be evaluated. As restaurants venture into new mediums of extended business models like food trucks and pop-up eateries for a single night only, many fail to consider the unique exposures these innovative concepts create. These new ways of doing business are very Read More

To keep your family and guests safe while they enjoy an amazing day at the beach, here are a few tips on how you can keep them safe and you sane.

Keeping Family and Guests Safe at Your Beach House

18August,2016
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Beach houses are a fun getaway.  Look at your vacation home for any potential risks and hazards just as you do in your primary residence.  It doesn't matter if your beach home is in Malibu or the Caribbean.  Bugs, sunburns, and an assortment of other perils lurk everywhere. To keep your family and guests safe while they enjoy an amazing time at Read More

How to Keep Your Children Safe at the Pool

How to Keep Your Children Safe at the Pool

15August,2016
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Pools, children, and summer go hand-in-hand like green and trees–but there are a few safety precautions you need to take to keep them safe. Children love pools–it gives them the opportunity to burn some of that kid energy that seems to be limitless. But just because it's good for them, doesn't mean that it's safe from risks. Pools present a number Read More

Heat Safety Tips for You and Your Family

Heat Safety Tips for You and Your Family

12August,2016
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With the first half of 2016 being the warmest half-year ever recorded, taking these heat safety tips into consideration could save a life. In recent years, extreme heat has caused more deaths than all other natural disaster events, even floods. At most at risk from the effects of heat are our children, senior citizens and pets. Fortunately, there Read More

How One CEO Avoided a Wire Transfer Scan

How One CEO Avoided a Wire Transfer Scam

10August,2016
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One CEO avoided being involved in a wire transfer scam, and his tips will help you keep your money safe. Why would thieves risk their lives robbing banks when they can just trick some uninformed business owner into basically handing over thousands of dollars? Lately, thieves have been fooling businesspeople into just giving up their corporate Read More

The New Overtime Rule: Your Questions, Answers, and Concerns

New Overtime Rules and Regulations: Your Questions, Answers, and Concerns

New overtime rules have placed into law, which may affect your business and its employees. Back in mid-May, the Department of Labor (DOL) finalized a rule that will have an enormous impact on agencies and their business clients. The DOL rule updates antiquated regulations that exempt certain employees from overtime and minimum wage Read More