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New Employee Spotlight: Bruce Madison

We have amazing employees at California Casualty. The New Employee Spotlight is a series aiming to highlight the talented individuals that are brand new to our team. Please help us give them a warm welcome! Today we're spotlighting Fraud Examiner, Bruce Madison Let's...

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Our Heroes, First Responders

It takes a special kind of person to be a first responder. You’re first on the scene and among the first to help. You put yourself in danger to save the lives of others. You do your job in the most extreme of circumstances. It takes courage, commitment, and sacrifice....

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Common Car Noises And What They Mean

It’s never a good sign when our cars start to screech, thump, or grind…However, while we may not be excited to hear these sounds, paying attention to them can help us take care of the problem before it gets worse- keeping us safer and maybe even saving us some money....

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New Employee Spotlight: Aaron Kerr

We have amazing employees at California Casualty. The New Employee Spotlight is a series aiming to highlight the talented individuals that are brand new to our team. Please help us give them a warm welcome! Today we're spotlighting Claims Adjuster, Aaron Kerr Let's...

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Prepping for Parent-Teacher Conferences

It’s that time of the year again, the time when we share important information about our student's progress with their families. Parent-teacher conferences are wonderful opportunities to build bridges between home and school. But when you’re faced with doing 2 dozen...

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New Employee Spotlight: Caroline Gonani

We have amazing employees at California Casualty. The New Employee Spotlight is a series aiming to highlight the talented individuals that are brand new to our team. Please help us give them a warm welcome! Today we're spotlighting Claims Adjuster, Caroline Gonani...

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Strategies to Address Bullying in Your Classroom

Students learn best when they feel safe, comfortable, and valued. But for students who are being bullied, that’s not the case. Bullying is distracting and anxiety-producing. It affects student self-esteem. It creates an unstable environment for the whole class. As a...

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