Personal Insurance Blog
Every year there are roughly 1.5 million deer-related car accidents resulting in hundreds of fatalities, thousands of injuries and millions of dollars in property damage. Deer typically mate from October through December, resulting in a dramatic increase in the movement of the deer population.
Pumpkin carving is one thing that will get anyone in the Halloween mood! Whether you’re carving something simple with your little ones or entering a carving competition, we’ve got the right tips to carve one of your best pumpkins yet:
To a teen driver, the road is an endless opportunity to nourish their independence; to a teen parent, the road is an endless opportunity for collisions. We love to see our teens spread their wings and venture onto the road but doing so safely is key.
What would you do if you woke up in the middle of the night to smoke creeping under your door? Would you push through to see what’s on the other side, or maybe escape through the window? Imagine the fright, the adrenaline, the nervousness.
If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you understand how traumatic the experience can be. Whether it be a small fender bender or a more serious collision, the process that follows is most stressful.
It’s a terrifying thought, that of an intruder entering your home and violating your privacy. Could you imagine walking into your home after work to find all of your precious household items stolen?
Labor Day weekend is one of the last chances to host an epic summer backyard party or reception held in the evening! There is nothing better than taking some time over Labor Day Weekend to relax with friends and family and enjoy your time together away from work.
Your deck is your haven. Whether used for entertaining friends or making memories with the kids, it’s a part of your home you’ve learned to love.
We’ve all heard of auto insurance, because in most cases we are legally required to have it. But renters insurance doesn’t get talked about much because many people don’t believe it is necessary.
Farmers who often commute on rural roads are too familiar with the dangers that sharp bends present drivers. It is easy to underestimate the severity of a curve on the road ahead, and many drivers consequently take them too quickly.