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18 May

Insurance Tips for Young Adults

Graduation season is nearing and with that comes the freedom and independence of adulthood. Part of adulthood is making your own decisions — including financial ones like insurance. The topic of insurance can be daunting for most people, especially young adults, who sometimes learn the hard way their coverage isn’t adequate until they need to

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17 May

TIPS TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND PROPERTY FROM SPRING STORMS

Spring storms like thunderstorms, heavy rain and tornados are inevitable and often times unpredictable. When severe weather strikes with little notice the risk of injury to yourself and damages to your property greatly increases. Here are some helpful tips to help protect you, loved ones and property during the next storm. Keep yourself and loved

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17 May

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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26 Apr

20 Driving tips

1) Focus on the task at hand. Don’t let phones, texting, radio, air conditioning, kids in the backseat, or a heated discussion with your spouse distract you from your job as the driver. Always pay attention to the road and your vehicle. The NHTSA states that drivers under 20 are the most prone to distractions

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01 Dec

Protect Yourself While Shopping Online this Holiday Season

Protect Yourself While Shopping Online this Holiday Season   Last year, nearly half of all holiday shopping was done online.1 For many of us, the ease and convenience of shopping online far outweighs the frustration of waiting in long check-out lines or dealing with large crowds at retailers. Although advancements in technology have made it

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08 Nov

Tips to Winterize Your Car

Tips to Winterize Your Car   Midwest winters are known to bring sub-zero temperatures and harsh driving conditions. Each year, 24 percent of weather-related vehicle crashes occur on snowy, slushy or icy pavement and 15 percent happen during snowfall or sleet.1 Is your car prepared for the upcoming winter months? Check out our quick tips

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12 Oct

Cyber-Attacks on Small Business: The Risk is real

Cyber-attacks on Small Business: The Risk is Real   October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, shedding a light on an important matter many small business owners may not be aware of. Cybercriminals are targeting smaller businesses with 250 or less employees because many do not have the appropriate security measures in place to protect

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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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30 Sep

Perrine Agency’s Fire Safety Tips

FIRE SAFETY TIPS October is Fire Prevention Month. It’s a good time to pause and educate yourself on fire safety. According to the Red Cross, each year more than 2,500 people die and 12,600 are injured in house fires in the United States, with direct property loss estimated at $7.3 billion annually. House fires are

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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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