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  • Safely Deck the Halls

    The winter holidays are a festive time, but the combination of winter weather, parties, and flammable decorations can create dangerous situations. Consider these tips for a safer holiday season.

  • Slip-Sliding on the Road: Tips for Winter Driving

    About 21% of U.S. auto accidents are weather related, most often caused by rain, snow, sleet, and ice. Taking these precautions and carrying appropriate insurance coverage could help make this winter a safer, more secure driving season.


  • Prepare Your Home to Withstand Wintry Weather

    Record losses suffered in 2021 showed that brutal weather can blow into almost any part of the country. Taking these steps to winterize your home could help protect your home and family.

  • Travel Is Back, but Does It Still Make Sense to Buy Insurance?

    The trip of a lifetime may cost many thousands of dollars, and vacationers have recently been reminded that many circumstances that can spoil their travel plans are entirely out of their control. Travel insurance offers financial protection when unforeseen problems arise.


  • Burning Land: Protect Your Home from Wildfires

    During the first nine months of 2022, more than 53,000 wildfires torched nearly 6.9 million acres across the United States, the most wildfires year-to-date in over a decade. Here are some steps to help protect your home and family.

  • Deer in the Headlights: Avoiding Animal Collisions

    In many regions of the country, deer migration and mating season occurs from October through December, so drivers should be especially careful during these months. Consider these tips for avoiding animal collisions, and make sure you have appropriate insurance coverage.





  • New Flood Insurance Ratings Aim to Create Equity

    Ninety percent of natural disasters in the United States involve flooding, causing billions of dollars in annual losses. A new risk-rating system could make it easier for homeowners to assess the actual risk to their homes and set flood insurance premiums more appropriately.

  • Renting a Car? Explore Your Insurance Options

    Don’t wait until the moment you’re signing a rental agreement to think about your insurance situation. With some advance research, you might avoid paying for duplicate coverage or facing a hefty bill in the event of an accident.