10 Things to Do with an Extra Hour From Daylight Savings

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For most of us, time is a rare commodity. If you had an extra hour, what would you do? Let’s throw out the obvious: get an extra hour of sleep, play with the kids or clean the house, and here are some interesting ideas as the end of Daylight Saving Time this weekend provides that [...]

Scary Insurance Mistakes

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This can be a “scary” time of year, with ghosts, witches and other characters. But it doesn’t have to be frightening for those who take the proper precautions in protecting their property. With that in mind, here are five ways to ward off insurance short-comings that could haunt you this Halloween season. Protect against uninsured [...]

October is Fire Prevention Month

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October is almost over but the risk for home fires increases as the temperatures drop. To finish out October we want to examine your preparedness. Did you know? On average, 7 people die every day from a home fire On average, 36 people suffer injuries as a result of home fires every day Over $7 [...]

Fall: A Critical Time for Your Yard

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As the temperatures cool and the leaves begin to fall, don’t think your yard work is done. Autumn is a critical time for lawns, gardens and other landscaping. What you do now will impact how nice your lawn and garden look next spring. Did you know that fall is when Kentucky Blue Grass starts regenerating [...]

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

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By Mark Goldberg, California Casualty  I have a terrible admission to make: my daughter was bullied and I failed to recognize it. She is now a freshman in college and has used her experience to write her college admissions essay. While she is succeeding at school and in life, the scars of the insults, name [...]