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    Facts and History Behind Father’s Day

    It’s a bit of a tradition for many fathers to go on and on about the knowledge they’ve gained over the years, whether it’s about history, family stories, financial wisdom, or just plain random facts — like how that building over there used to be the old hardware store. This isn’t a bad thing, of […]

    June 7, 2018

  • Your Child & Credit Fraud

    You might not even think about your child or children being the subject of credit fraud but it is out there. Children are easy targets for identity thieves because it could go undetected for years. All that’s needed to open credit card accounts is a Social Security number and your child’s could be at risk. […]

    June 7, 2018

  • Summer Driving Tips

    Summer’s almost here. The sun will come out of hiding, and people will, too. As crowds swell at the beach, in parks, and even on roadways, it all makes for some challenging driving conditions. More people are out and about, whether on foot, bike, or skateboard, or by car, motorcycle, or RV, increasing the risk […]

    May 24, 2018

  • Tornados and Driving Safety

    What to Do If You’re Caught in Your Car During a Tornado Tornadoes are the most violent storms anywhere, and about 1,200 touch ground in the United States every year, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). They’re as unpredictable as they are violent, most often occurring in the early spring on the Gulf Coast, […]

    May 11, 2018

  • Get the Facts on Floods

    You’ve worked hard to live the dream of owning a home or business. Most of the time, hard, work, property insurance and a little luck are enough to keep both safe from harm. Then along comes a flood through a hurricane, rapid snow melt, new development in your area or rain that just won’t go […]

    May 10, 2018

  • Flood Prevention and Safety

    Almost anywhere it rains, it can flood. Even if you live in an area of that you think isn’t at risk, preparation is just as critical as with other types of emergencies. Before we get into how you can prevent, limit or react to flooding, it’s important to note that flood damage is typically not […]

    April 25, 2018

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    Protecting Your Home: Understanding Your Home Insurance Policy

    As a homeowner, one of the most important aspects of your home isn’t something you use daily. And it isn’t something flashy you show off to friends. It’s your homeowners insurance policy, and it protects you in more ways than you may think, helping you rebuild your home or repair damage that results from a […]

    April 16, 2018

  • 2018 College”Hopes & Worries” Survey Results

    The 2018 Princeton Review Every year the Princeton Review takes a survey that analyzes the hopes and worries of college-bound students and their parents. The 2018 report surveyed 10,958 families, 85% of which were students, and 15% parents. As expected the highest worries for both parents and students are paying for college (financial aid and […]

    April 9, 2018

  • Lakewood Ohio Pet Liability Insurance

    After 10 years, pit bulls are no longer banned or automatically labeled as “vicious” in the city of Lakewood. City council members voted the other day to change the city’s Dangerous and Vicious Animals law for the city of Lakewood. In the law, “pit bull dogs or canary dogs” were deemed dangerous, but now the […]

    April 4, 2018

  • Motorcycle Insurance

    Are YOU protected while riding your bike? Many motorcycle owners make sure that their prize possession is protected especially all the accessories they add to enhance their bike. There were over 8 million motorcycles registered in 2016 and according the National Highway Center for Statistics and Analysis, motorcycles were more frequently involved in fatal collisions with […]

    March 29, 2018