Central Insurance Companies

Category: Weather


Duck and Cover

Windstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires are just a few examples of extreme weather events that occur throughout the United States on a regular basis. It is often difficult for even the experts to predict the impact and severity of these…

Read More

Disaster Recovery Plan

Natural disasters can come in many forms, with the most common being related to windstorms, fire, and flooding. More tornados occur in the United States then in any other part of the world. While large scale disasters capture media attention,…

Read More

5 Snow Removal Contract Requirements

It’s no secret winter weather creates more opportunity for liability claims, especially slips and falls. If you own a business, commercial building, or manage property, contracting with a reputable snow removal contractor to clear your driveways and walkways can help…

Read More

How to Prepare your Home for Winter

December is here and along with it comes the familiar reminders that winter is quickly approaching. Turn on the radio and Christmas music is blaring, go to the store and see decorations and lights lining the shelves. It’s also that…

Read More

Don’t Get Stuck in the Snow! Tips Before You Go

It’s been a mild winter for most and even though it’s already February, we still have a few more weeks of cold weather to endure. Snowy weather can make driving difficult so know how to prepare yourself, your family and…

Read More

Winter Driving Safety Tips: Protect Yourself While Driving in the Snow and Ice

Original post authored by Eaton & Berube Insurance and shared with their permission.  Although the weather can be unpredictable, we expect the winter season to be accompanied by freezing rain, sleet, snow, and ice, and just a slight amount of…

Read More

Preventing Winter Slip and Fall Accidents

While preparing to leave for work, I was watching the weather forecast and was astonished to see that the temperature will be in the 60’s this week! That’s unheard of for December in the Midwest. If we do not get…

Read More