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Smart Home Technology – Friend or Foe?

By Home, home security, information technology, Insurance, Internet, internet safety, new technology, online safety, Personal, protect your home, protecting your data, protection, protective devices, Safety, Safety Tips, smart phone, smartphone, Technology, technology advances

Anyone buying any cool tech gifts for themselves or for loved ones this holiday season? The possibilities are endless when it comes to “smart” devices that are available for you and your home! These devices range from smart plugs and…

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Don’t be a Turkey! Tips on Deep Frying for the Holidays

By cooking fire, cooking fires, Fire, fire extinguisher, fire protection, Holiday Safety, Home, Insurance, National Fire Protection Association, outdoor cooking, Personal, Prevention, Risk Management, Safety Tips, turkey

Thanksgiving is a week away and I am already imagining the deliciousness. My mouth is literally starting to water as I type this! Mmm. There are many ways to cook your holiday turkey, such as roasting it, slow cooking it…

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Keep Your Gifts Under Wraps and Away from Holiday Thieves

By Central, Claims, Education, holiday safety tips, holiday shopping, holiday thieves, Insurance, parking lot safety, Personal, Prevention, Risk Management, Safety Tips, theft losses

With Christmas just around the corner, many have already started shopping a lot, which also means spending a lot! The malls are more crowded with folks buying last minute gifts for family and friends. ‘Tis the season to be jolly,…

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: How to Prevent the Silent Killer

By Auto, carbon monoxide, carbon monoxide poisoning, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Central, Education, Home, Insurance, Liability, Personal, Risk Management, Safety Tips, winterizing your home

According to the National Safety Council, more than 400 Americans die from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning each year.  Carbon monoxide is called the silent killer because it’s odorless, colorless, tasteless, and can easily go undetected. When t…

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