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June 2014 Monthly Archives

  1. Four 4th of July Safety Tips For Families

    by measler

    Category: Educational

    The July 4th holiday this year is shaping up to be great fun, but families should remember to stay safe during the holiday. Especially with the influence of alcohol and fireworks, parties can quickly get out of hand. Families looking to stay safe should keep these tips in mind while they have fun on independence […]

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  2. Don’t forget to pack the Travel Insurance!

    by measler

    It’s summertime and time to pack up the family for a trip cross-country to visit the National Parks! Make sure to stop by to visit us before you head out – we’ve got your Essential Plan Travel Insurance ready and waiting.  This great plan provides your domestic partner/spouse and your dependent children for events that […]

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  3. What is an Insurance Deductible?

    Just about everyone has some type of insurance, no matter what kind it might actually be. Regardless of the type of insurance you have, there is a predetermined amount that you must pay before the insurance company will pay anything towards a claim. This predetermined amount is referred to as a deductible. Just like deductible […]

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  4. How To Escape From A Vehicle Underwater

    by measler

    Being trapped in a submerged vehicle is a living nightmare that nobody wants to experience. However, you can pull through the horrifying situation if you use the proper survival tactics. Here are some tips on how to escape from a vehicle underwater. Call for help after you vacant the vehicle. The clock starts to tick […]

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  5. If you become disabled, would $25,000 be enough?

    by measler

    Have you ever said “I just want the minimum” when it comes to car insurance? If you have, you are not alone. Having the state minimum insurance requirements can sometimes save you money, but if you are involved in an uninsured motorists or an under-insured motorists accident, you will be glad to have better insurance […]

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  6. Adopting A Kitten? 3 Things To Know First

    by measler

    You’ve thought about it, consulted your roommates, spouse, or family, gotten their approval, and you’re ready to adopt a kitten! Before you pick up that furry family member, there are some things you’ll need to consider. Plan ahead for kitty’s arrival. Cats are territorial. The car ride and new space will make your kitten shy […]

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  7. 20 Items – Create your own Tornado Emergency Kit

    by measler

    It’s that time of year – tornadoes and other severe weather – and it’s time to make your own tornado emergency kit. Here are some items to  include: 1) Bike Helmet (to protect your head from falling debris) 2) Tennis Shoes, Boots, or sturdy shoes (no flip flops or sandals) 3) Non-perishable foods (Check at […]

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  8. How to Prepare Your House for the Summer

    by measler

    You can do many different things to prepare your house for the summer. Minor repairs around your home can make a big difference. By preparing your home for the summer, you can end up saving money all year round. Air Conditioning Maintenance Air conditioning maintenance is one of the first steps to preparing your home […]

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  9. Obesity impacts Workers Compensation

    by measler

    According to The Claims Journal, obesity costs businesses $13 billion each year.  No state within our nation has an obesity rate less than 15 percent. Obesity is currently defined as when a person’s body mass index (BMI) is 30 or more – a measurement determined by height and weight.  However, it is not always a […]

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