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Archives: 2019

11 Tips For A Safe & Fun New Year’s Eve

As the new year approaches, there are plenty of ways to celebrate. You can watch the ball drop with your family, host a gathering with friends, or even count down until midnight at a public party. But whether you’re ringing in the new year at home or spending a night out on the town, safety should always be a top priority. Here are a few...

December Client Newsletter: From Our Family to Yours

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Three Uncommon Life Insurance Scenarios

In most cases, when the insured on a life insurance policy dies, the proceeds are paid out to named beneficiaries without a hitch. However, you should be aware of certain unusual scenarios that could occur. Speak with our knowledgeable agent for professional help in avoiding potentially tricky situations with your life insurance policy. Beneficiaries & Insured Persons Die At The Same Time It is not...

Understanding Kidnap & Ransom Insurance

Kidnapping for ransom is a lucrative business for perpetrators and more prevalent than you may think. The Insurance Information Institute (III) reports that kidnapping for ransom is on the increase. Prime targets are wealthy businesspeople and their families, professionals traveling abroad, journalists, and aid workers. Most kidnappings of Americans for ransom or extortion occur in Mexico, Columbia, Central or South American countries, parts of Africa,...

Tips To Keep Your Pets Safe This Holiday Season

The holidays are an exciting time for get-togethers, gifts, and delicious food. While most people are up for the festivities, your pet might feel differently. Extra noise and visitors can leave pets feeling stressed. Food and decorations can present hazards, too. Here’s what to you need to know to keep pets safe this holiday season. Food It’s easy to give in to the begging eyes of...