• Communication Skills "Speak" Volumes

    Communication, and understanding its importance, is paramount to the success of any business. Proper communication skills are just as important in each of our individual lives as well. We've all dealt with a person or business that possessed less than adequate communication skills.   Read More

  • 5 Steps to Take After an Accident

    An automobile accident is a scary and stressful situation regardless if it's your fault or not. I talk to a lot of people after they've been in an accident and they are so shaken up that they have difficulty giving me the details of how the accident happened. I can't blame them.   Read More

  • Business Interrupted: Are You Covered for a Cyber Attack?

    Brett, the CFO of a small machine shop, was worried about the financial losses the firm might incur from a recent cyber attack. The firm’s systems were infected with a computer virus and IT was trying to address it.Even worse, the virus had caused several of the firm’s large, specialized machining tools to fail, and it was starting to look like some of the machines were permanently damaged. The machines would have to be replaced and many of these machines were imported from overseas,...  Read More

  • The Benefits of Working with an Independent Agent

    Having worked in the insurance industry for ten years, I have received many calls, e-mails, and texts from friends and family regarding their insurance needs. I am more than happy to assist where I can, but my conversations with them seem to always end with one question, “Do you have an independent agent?” Like many not in the insurance industry, insurance can be an unknown. It’s something that you know you need to have, but don’t fully understand how it works.   Read More

  • Dorm Do's and Don'ts For Your College Student

    Within the next few weeks, college campuses across the country will be jammed full of excited kids and weeping parents as these students move into their new quarters for the school year. Many students are getting their first taste of living on their own. Below are some safety tips to share with college students to help keep them and their belongings safe during the school year.DO keep your dorm room door locked at all times. Many kids will keep their doors unlocked when visiting a friend a ...  Read More

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