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What You Need, When You Need It

It’s happened to every business … you’re working after hours, and you really need a certificate of insurance to wrap up the paperwork and bring in a new client. But your insurance broker is closed. Or an employee needs a new Auto ID card on a weekend, and all you can do is add it…

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Personal Risk Assessments – Seeing the Whole Picture

If you’re like most people, the last time you took a close look at your personal auto coverage was when you purchased a new vehicle or added a new driver. And most likely, your homeowner’s policy was last reviewed when you bought or refinanced your home. And those were probably two separate discussions. We prefer…

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Not Drunk. Not Speeding. Just Tired.

The dangers and costs of drowsy driving If your company has employees on the road, you’re well-acquainted with the risks and exposures of driving under the influence, and of fast or reckless driving. But perhaps the greatest danger to your drivers and others on the road is drowsy driving. According to the National Sleep Foundation,…

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Congress Clears Path for ACA Repeal

On Jan. 13, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a budget resolution for fiscal year 2017 to begin the process of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The budget resolution – which was approved by the U.S. Senate on the preceding day – does not, itself, repeal the ACA. However, any budget reconciliation bill…

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5 Teen Texting and Driving Tips

Your teen receives a text. Thumbs flash, head bends forward, eyes only on the tiny screen in hand; the urge to connect, nearly irresistible. It is hard to imagine your teen (or any other teen) not responding. But that is exactly what young drivers must do to help stay safe on the road. Considering teens’…

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