Renters insurance isn’t always something people seek out. It seems like an expense you may not want to have. However, there are some key benefits to having this type of insurance in place. The most obvious reason is that your landlord’s insurance isn’t going to cover your own property in the event of a fire […]Read More
Owning a Home 101: Keeping It Safe
Buying a home is a rewarding endeavor. With each payment, you are one step closer to owning a large asset, free and clear. Fifteen or thirty years is a significant investment of your time to be paying off a debt, so it’s important that homeowners do everything they can to keep their homes safe and avoid claims […]Read More
3 Myths about Renters Insurance
There are more than 80 million Americans who rent apartments or houses as their homes. Often renters, especially college and grad students are in this group. Unfortunately, students and many other renters do not buy renters insurance, yet they would be better off with it. But, the three things renters insurance gives you—besides peace of […]Read More
6 Safety Tips for Avoiding a Kitchen Fire
The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in the house. It’s where cooking, eating, dish washing and family interaction occurs. Because it has many heat sources and is the hub of family activity, it’s also where most home fires start. Avoid kitchen fires by observing these six safety tips. 1. Use Cooking Oil with […]Read More
How to Share the Road with Large Trucks
Large trucks enable commerce by using our highways and roads to deliver cargo. Because of their large size, they also present a hazard to motorists who are unaware of their visibility, maneuvering and braking limitations. A typical large truck can weigh 27 times as much as a typical car. Motorists who drive among large trucks […]Read More
How to Prevent Workplace Injuries
Every single workplace has risks. While some occupations are inherently more risky than others (such as construction workers, truck drivers, factory workers and more), even quiet office environments can be the source of workplace injuries. Keeping your employees safe should be a top priority, both for their well-being and because your business depends on their […]Read More
Under 30? 5 Ways to Save Money on Car Insurance!
If you are under 30, saving money on car insurance sounds impossible. Premiums are higher for males and females in your age range. Why? Statistics show young drivers tend to have more accidents than the average Joe (or Jane). As a result, insurance companies often charge drivers like you elevated rates to protect themselves against […]Read More
Why Copyright Infringement Litigation Should Concern You
Since the start of the Internet, information has grown in leaps and bounds. Within the last eighteen years, patent and trademark applications have seen their fastest growth. Copyrighted material is also seeing an explosive growth. This growth also means that accidental copyright and trademark infringement becomes more likely for anyone who produces information. The Emergence […]Read More
What Does All This Stuff on My Home Insurance Policy Mean?
Shopping for home insurance can be a confusing ordeal. With all the different terms, it’s sometimes difficult to understand what exactly is covered. We want you to get the most from your homeowner’s policy. Use this list of common home insurance terms as you review your policy to better understand what you are getting out […]Read More
Is Your Shed Covered By Your Home Insurance?
You spent years tripping over the riding lawn mower and figuring out how to park in the garage among bikes, yard tools and other odds and ends. You finally saved up and got the perfect shed to house that lawn mower and other garden equipment that was previously crammed into the garage. The shed is […]Read More