Archive | May 2012
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I was pretty much completely “Unplugged” this weekend. I hope everyone enjoyed the sun, the warmth and a good Barbeque. I also hope that we all took the opportunity at 3pm to observe the moment of silence. We revel in that celebration of our armed forces, those brave men & women who risk everything to […]
This week is “Hurricane Preparedness Week” Is your home protected in against windstorms and hurricanes? As the Summer begins, it is important to review the safety measures we have in place and make ourselves aware of any weak points that need to be addressed. Many policies have a 2% to 5% deductible for Hurricanes & […]
I may have previously mentioned that I work in Personal Lines. What does that mean? Auto, Home, Flood, Umbrella, Personal Articles…That kind of stuff. So today, there’s an article on CNN.com about homeowner’s insurance. And ALL the suggestions they give to the average homeowner, are things we do EVERY year on renewal for EVERY one […]
http://www.acep.org/content.aspx?id=30212 Every day, EMT’s and Paramedics are our first responders. Our heroes. Our Life Savers. No matter the circumstance, or the danger they go into insane situations to save the lives of people in need. This week, take a minute to find an EMS worker and say thank you. It could be someone you know, […]
EVERYONE with assets, (of any kind) needs to have an umbrella policy! Imagine paying for a lawsuit for the rest of your life, and losing all your assets in the process. Scary. I recently ready this article in The NY Times. I had previously struggled with finding ways to impart to our clients just how […]
Almost a year ago, this article made it clear to me why EVERYONE should have flood insurance. Even if you don’t live near the water… Even if you’ve never experienced a flood in your life. Nothing is impossible, and if you’re really not a high flood risk, the premium is CHEAP. It’s *totally* worth the expense, […]