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If a storm, tornado or flood destroyed your workplace tomorrow, what would happen to the business? Preparing for catastrophe is something that all business owners should consider well before forecasts call for bad weather. Your independent insurance agent likely has contacts and resources that can help you prepare for Mother Nature’s worst. READ MORE >>

Since a home fire is such a devastating event, it is often assumed that the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house. However this is not true according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In terms of the numbers of injuries sustained, the bathroom is by far the most dangerous. READ MORE >>

You've spent your summer enjoying life on the water. There's something especially great about renting a slip at a marina and having the ability to get out on the lake in minutes without having to transport your boat. You've got a great camaraderie with your marina neighbors and they all store their boats there for the winter. READ MORE >>

Driving a motorcycle is an experience enjoyed by many. However, this hobby comes with its risks that every motorcyclist should take precaution to avoid. Being safe and always cautious could save a life, maybe even yours. Every year, there are accidents in which the driver of a car simply did not see a motorcycle. READ MORE >>

Many people believe that the only time flood insurance is necessary is if you live near a river or lake. However, homeowners insurance will not cover flooding. This can be a little complicated. Most policies will cover water that enters your house if it falls under the provision of "storm driven" flooding. READ MORE >>

Are you a renter? Chances are, you already know how renters insurance can protect your property and provide liability coverage to protect your guests. But what about your identity? As the world becomes increasingly more digital, identity theft is a constant concern that renters in particular must be vigilant about since apartments may not always be as secure as houses. READ MORE >>

Leaks and floods in your home can lead to extremely costly repairs, which is why we recommend taking a proactive approach to monitoring for these issues. Finding and fixing a small leak is much cheaper than dealing with serious water damage. READ MORE >>

Are you eager to take your new boat out on her maiden voyage? Perhaps you've been boating for years, but you're looking for a way to cut costs. Whatever the case may be, there are many ways you can save money on your boat insurance premiums. Look for Discounts During the Off-Season. READ MORE >>

Boaters everywhere are rejoicing now that the warmth of springtime allows for lazy days out on the water once again. But before setting sail, consider the following safety tips to protect everyone onboard. Inspect your boat for signs of damage before the season’s first voyage. READ MORE >>

The best thing you can do in bouts of bad weather is stay off the roads. Being inside of a car is very dangerous during most natural disasters, considering that 1.5 million out of the 6.3 million car accidents each year are related to poor weather conditions. But, if you do get caught driving when a storm hits, what should you do? READ MORE >>

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