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28 Oct

Tween’s Halloween Caper Leaves Parents to Blame

Frighteningly true: Liability for child’s actions falls with the parent — even when they’re not around.   Real-World Case Study: Don’t Let this Nightmare Happen Zack couldn’t believe his luck: Discovering leftover Fourth of July fireworks in the garage just in time for Halloween. He couldn’t wait to tell his best friend, Fletcher. While their parents

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18 May

11 SWIMMING POOL SAFETY TIPS

Summer is near and with that comes the increased use of swimming pools. Before you jump in, make sure the pool you’re using is safe and that there are rules in place. The National Safety Council reports that 600 children and adults drown annually in swimming pools; of those, half in home pools. In addition,

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21 Jun

Preparing for Tornadoes

Why Prepare? The potential for tornado damage in the U.S. remains strong. Just three years ago, the country was overcome by a series of particularly destructive storms, including a tornado outbreak in late April 2011 that killed more than 300 people across seven states, and one in May that devastated Joplin, Missouri. That year was

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11 Jun

Protecting Fine Arts and Other Valuables.

Fine art is more than just a painting hung in a campus art gallery or on a library wall. It could be a rare book that was donated to your institution to advance scholarly pursuits, antique furniture that has been collected over time, or a stained glass window or rug that you acquired for its

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17 Jan

How To Do A Home Inventory

A smart safeguard that saves time and stress   Did you know that according to the FBI, more than 2 million home burglaries are reported every year? It’s not something we like to think about, but with statistics like that, you can’t ignore the possibility that it could one day happen in your neighborhood.  

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