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HOME How to Prepare for a Power Outage You can’t control the weather—but you can take proactive safety measures to protect your family and home against the threat of power outages. Consider these tips: Invest in a home generator. A portable backup power source can keep...

HOME Backyard Grilling Safety Tips for Summer Barbecues As warmer weather hits, the smell of food on the grill fills the air. However, thousands of home fires each year involve grills, so it’s important to brush up on barbecue safety. Consider the following grilling safety tips: Grill outside...

HOME Medicine Cabinet Essentials When it comes to illness or accidents in your home, it’s important to be prepared with a well-stocked medicine cabinet. That way, you’ll be able to respond quickly to help yourself or others when sickness or injury strikes. Consider keeping the following 10...

Before driving, you likely check your mirrors and position your seat belt. But did you know that taking the time to properly adjust the headrest in your car can help prevent painful neck injuries? PROPER HEADREST ADJUSTMENTS To prevent the pain and expense of soft tissue injuries...

Winter has arrived and that means we need to take special care when driving. Here are some important tips for winter road safety: 1) Drive according to the conditions of the road. 2) Tune up your car. 3) Check wipers regularly and carry an extra jug of washer...

The increased frequency and severity of severe weather events has prompted the insurance industry to conduct a review of water-related coverages. One of the biggest mistakes a policyholder can make is to presume you are fully covered, only to find out after a claim you...