Archives for 2018

How Safe Is Your Parking Lot?

Businesses can be held liable for injuries that occur on the premises, and that includes parking lots. Depending on the type of business you have, the parking lot may be the most dangerous area on your property. If your parking lot is not owned and managed by a third party and is therefore your responsibility, discuss parking lot safety with your business lawyer and business... Read Article

Do I Need Flood Insurance?

You might think you don’t need flood insurance if you live in an area that is considered “high and dry.” Although some areas are more susceptible to flooding than others, flooding can occur anywhere. With heavy rains, spring thaws, or rapid accumulation of rain after a wildfire, flooding can occur in places that are not generally considered at risk. How Does Flood Insurance Differ from... Read Article

Are You an Unsafe Driver?

Driving on America’s roadways today is a dangerous undertaking. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that the U.S. saw 37,461 traffic fatalities in 2016, many of which were caused by driver error. Many people who consider themselves to be safe, dependable drivers actually have dangerous driving habits. Whether you’ve been driving for days or decades, avoiding the following common driving behaviors can help... Read Article

What to Know About Classic Car Insurance

Whether it’s a groovy bus from the 1960s or a muscle car from your glory days… you love when your antique or classic car turns heads. If you’re a car enthusiast, you know the feeling – and you often go to great lengths to restore and protect your classic car. That’s why it’s important to have the right classic car insurance that goes the distance,... Read Article

Medicare Supplement Insurance: What Is Plan F?

Health care and out-of-pocket costs for Medicare participants are on the rise. If you’re on a fixed income, it can be especially difficult — and stressful — to manage the expenses associated with your care.  If this sounds familiar, a Medicare Supplement insurance plan may be the answer.  Medicare Supplement plans, sometimes called “Medigap,” are private insurance policies that can help pay for the health... Read Article