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  • Back-to-College Insurance Needs

    If you have a student heading off to college, you may want to address these insurance needs before the beginning of the school year.

  • On the Road Again: RV Insurance Tips

    Whether you own an RV or are considering buying one, be sure you understand the insurance requirements and coverage options for your home on wheels.


  • Is Your Insurance Coverage Seaworthy?

    While boating accidents are comparatively rare, it’s still important to carry adequate insurance, know safe boating practices, and make sure your vessel is shipshape before hitting the water this summer.

  • Play It Safe Around Pools and Spas

    A backyard swimming pool or spa can be a focal point for summer fun, but it can also be an attractive nuisance that requires extra insurance coverage and extra vigilance – especially where young children are concerned.





  • Flood Insurance: Behind the Headlines

    Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria captured widespread attention, but flooding is the most common disaster in the United States. Learn about the National Flood Insurance Program, and how flood mitigation measures might help protect your home and pay for themselves in the long run.

  • Protecting Your Vehicle with Collision and Comprehensive Coverage

    These optional forms of coverage can help you repair or replace an expensive vehicle without incurring high out-of-pocket costs.



  • Crash Course: What to Do After an Auto Collision

    Even a minor auto collision can be stressful and hazardous, so it’s important to stay as calm and focused as possible after an accident. If you are involved in a collision, there are steps you can take to stay safe at the scene and steer clear of costly complications down the road.

  • Insuring Your Home-Based Business

    If you run a business from your home, your homeowners insurance may not provide sufficient coverage for your business assets and income. In-home business insurance policies can offer broader protection, tailor-made for businesses that operate out of a residence.



  • Are You Ready for Winter?

    In the first half of 2018, winter weather caused at least 10 deaths and $4 billion in property losses in the eastern United States. Here are some tips to help protect your home and family when winter hits your area of the country.

  • Stay Safe on Winter Roads

    More than one out of five auto accidents is weather related, most often caused by rain, snow, sleet, and ice. By taking precautions and carrying appropriate insurance coverage, you could help make this winter a safer driving season.


  • Why Tenants and Landlords Should Have Their Own Insurance

    It’s important for both renters and landlords to protect themselves from potential damage and liability costs associated with weather-related disasters, normal household hazards, and random accidents.

  • Deer in the Headlights: Avoiding Animal Collisions

    In many parts of the country, autumn brings an increase in insurance claims related to collisions with animals, primarily deer. Consider these tips for avoiding animal collisions, and make sure comprehensive insurance coverage is in place.


  • Wildfires: Tips to Protect Your Home

    From January through late August 2018, more than 42,000 wildfires burned over 6.2 million acres of land across the nation. In many areas of the country, wildfire risk can be even worse in the fall.

  • What Can You Do About Rising Auto Insurance Costs?

    The average annual cost of auto insurance in 2017 was $1,427, and premiums rose 7.4% over the 12-month period ending July 2018. Consider these tips to help keep your own premiums under control.