• Insurance Coverage on the College Campus

    Insurance Coverage on the College CampusAlthough the calendar tells me that summer is technically not even half over, the outdoor fun and vacations are winding down in many areas of the country. Schools will be back in session shortly and the football season will kick-off before we know it!This is the time of year I often receive questions about the coverages needed to protect students who are away at school. These requests are common for parents sending their children off to college for the fir...  Read More

  • Adjusting Your Attitude about Your Claims Adjuster

    Adjusting Your Attitude about Your Claims AdjusterI have handled a lot of claims in my four-plus years as a claims adjuster. I would love to say that all of them end with the insured adding me to their Christmas card list, but this is not always the case.My goal is to make the claims process as painless and easy for the insured as possible so we can reach a fair and timely settlement. In order to meet that goal, I need some assistance from you, the insured.   Read More

  • 6 Tips for Preventing Water Damage from Appliances

    6 Tips for Preventing Water Damage from AppliancesDid you know that the washing machine is one of the top sources of water damage to homes? Others that top the list include hot water heater and dishwasher. It's hard to imagine that these every day, convenient items could cause thousands of dollars’ worth of water damage to our homes.   Read More

  • Spring Into Safety with Loss Control

    Spring Into Safety with Loss ControlI am sure most of us would agree that spring is such a beautiful time of year! Even though some of you may still be experiencing snow in your geographical regions, other areas are starting to show the early signs of spring, like the colorful heads of blooming flowers I've seen popping up around my home. So if you’re getting excited about emerging from your winter hibernation and trading in your winter coats and boots for shorts and sandals, you might also want...  Read More

  • Disaster Recovery Plan

    Disaster Recovery PlanNatural disasters can come in many forms, with the most common being related to windstorms, fire, and flooding. More tornados occur in the United States then in any other part of the world. While large scale disasters capture media attention, disasters can also be local in nature, such as electrical blackouts from lightning strikes or a vehicle collision with a power line.   Read More

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