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Loss Control: “Not another safety training blog!?”

Recently, I went to a meeting where the guest speaker presented a training session on ladder safety. My first reaction was, “Not another ladder safety training session!”  This had nothing to do with the quality or expertise of the presenter, nor…

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What You Need to Know About Your Auto Liability Insurance

If you drive a car, you likely have auto insurance. Your insurance policy provides coverage against the many exposures of owning a vehicle. One of the most important perils it covers is your liability associated with operating a vehicle. If…

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Auto Insurance: Beyond the Basics

Auto insurance and the value of your car is always a hot topic. It seems every TV, billboard, and radio ad has promised to solve your auto insurance needs. One ad says that you won’t be driving around in three quarters…

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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…

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Save Money While Improving Your Teen’s Driving Skills

Your teen is almost sixteen years old and anxiously awaiting his/her driver’s license. How exciting for you both! You will no longer have to drive him/her to places like school, practice, a friend’s home, and piano lessons. There’s something to be…

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How to Handle a Hit-and-Run Accident

Imagine you come out of your favorite restaurant or out of the mall after a day of shopping only to find your bumper hanging off your vehicle. You look around to see if there’s another vehicle with damage  because, after all,…

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Auto Insurance Myths Busted

When it comes to auto insurance, there are many myths floating around. Throughout the years, I have heard a lot of reasons why someone believes their insurance rates should be lower (or higher), and many of them are untrue. Regardless of…

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