National Safety Month: Know How to Reduce Your Risks

Did you know that accidental injury has now become the third highest cause of death in the United States? That’s an alarming statistic from the National Safety Council. By making small changes to your daily routine, you can help reduce your risks.

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Boating Savvy: Safety on the Water

Being out on the water is relaxing and liberating, but it is not without peril. Take a few minutes to refresh your boating savvy with these timely tips.

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Summer Cycling: Coverage and Cautions for National Bike Month

May is National Bike Month in part because it kicks off the summer cycling season. Whether you bike to work or just for fun, it’s important to know both the rules of the road and what’s covered by insurance if something goes wrong.

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Bug Prevention Strategies for Homeowners

In an effort to avoid unwanted infestations during the warmer months, The National Pest Management Association advises homeowners that pest-proofing practices should become part of your annual spring cleaning routine. You can keep common critters at bay by adding a few simple steps to your checklist.

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Dig Safe: It’s the Law in Massachusetts

As the ground begins to thaw, many homeowners’ thoughts turn to their yards and gardens, which is why April is Safe Digging Month. If any of your outdoor projects involve digging more than a couple inches into the ground, you’ll need to take precautions to dig safe.

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Tenant Troubles: What You Need To Know

No matter if you’re a landlord or a renter, the housing market can be difficult to navigate. A landlord needs to take proper steps to ensure they find the right tenant and are protected should a situation arise. A renter should ask the appropriate questions to locate and secure the space that’s right for them.

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Insurance Options to Keep Your Family Protected

Once you start a family, you’ll do whatever it takes to keep them protected. In the world of insurance, there’s no better safeguard than the trifecta of life, disability and long-term care insurance. In this month’s blog, we’ll discuss the right policies to have in place to keep your family protected.

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Don’t Get Caught in the Rain: Understand Your Umbrella Policy

February is a month dedicated to love, and we want to make sure that your loved ones are protected. A personal umbrella policy is a form of personal insurance, but it’s more commonly referred to as a type of “family insurance.”

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Basics of Auto Insurance Coverage: Common Scenarios

You’ve finally purchased your new set of wheels, but before you can hit the open road, you’ll need to acquire auto insurance. If you’re involved in a collision, it could be one of the costliest experiences of your life, so you want to make sure you purchase the proper amount of coverage.

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Should You Purchase Seasonal Business Insurance?

Seasonal business insurance can provide coverage for businesses that are only open for a few weeks or months of the year, such as Christmas tree farms, public pools or outdoor recreational facilities.

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