Personal Insurance Blog
Between your friends, family and coworkers – gift giving can become quite the endeavor during the holidays. Not only does it take a lot of time and effort, the dollar signs seem to add up so quickly!
From frigid temperatures to black ice on roadways, winter months certainly put our vehicles to the test. The last thing you want to happen is for your vehicle to break down in below zero temperatures or freezing rain.
Whether you hear them scurrying around or see them three times a day – sharing your home with a critter is simply a nuisance. Without your action, they will make themselves right at home with no intention of leaving!
You’re on your way home from work after putting in far too many hours of overtime, and you hit a traffic jam – REALLY?! Really though, driving can be very stressful and leave you feeling angry behind the wheel.
The street signs are harder to read, headlights glare through your windshield, there’s an increased number of risky drivers on the road – without a doubt, driving at night is more dangerous than daytime driving.
It’s that time of year again – the leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping! If you haven’t already fired up your furnace, chances are you’ll be forced to very soon.
With all of the excitement of the holidays, it can be difficult to remember safety. Your best bet is to start off safe while you’re decorating your home to prevent any misfortune over the holiday season. Above all else, remember to address these three dangers:
While wood stoves do a great job at heating smaller areas of the home, using them as a supplementary source of heat has led to an alarming – and growing – number of fires traceable to careless installation or misuse.
It’s that time of year again, the little ones get to be imaginative and stroll the streets in their best costumes! Halloween is one of our stranger traditions - it’s just about the only time we encourage our kids to ask strangers for candy.
Fall nights are in full swing and Halloween is just around the corner! If you plan to hand out goodies this year, be sure that you prep your home to ensure safety for tiny ghosts and goblins who will soon be knocking on your door.