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Thursday, April 11, 2019 A kitchen fire can be devastating. It can happen to anyone, in any kitchen. Even if you maintain your kitchen, there is an increased risk of a fire occurring due to the cooking you do here. With home insurance, you have financial protection for your assets. It can help you recoup the losses and help with the repairs. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 13, 2017 As a renter, you don't want anything that brings harm to you or your possessions. However, sometimes, things happen that are beyond your control. For example, a fire might break out and destroy your property. Even if you took steps to reduce fire risks, they clearly didn't completely eliminate the risk of one occurring. READ MORE >>
Monday, June 12, 2017Setting out in your RV this summer? You're probably looking forward to a relaxing time on the road with your friends and family. However, it';s also important to keep an eye out for the unique safety risks your vehicle poses. RVs are much more complex than the average vehicle. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, May 9, 2017If a farm is your livelihood, you likely understand how important it is to protect your property. A variety of different incidents can impact your agricultural business. If you have proper farm insurance, you'll likely have many resources to help you recover from damages. The list of potential fire sources on farms is long. READ MORE >>
Thursday, December 17, 2015Although most home insurance providers don't require their customers to have working smoke detectors in their homes, their presence is quite valuable. According to statistics from the National Fire Protection Association, three out of five deaths related to home fires occurred in homes that either had no smoke alarms or no functional smoke detection devices. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 25, 2014Every year in the United States, about 3,000 people lose their lives in residential fires. One of the leading causes of death is from the inhalation of smoke and toxic gases, not from burns. Smoke travels farther and faster than flames. In this blog, I have the privilege of interviewing Lieutenant Brad Paltzer. READ MORE >>