Water damage claims have been increasing in recent years. However, you may be surprised that the fastest growing source of flood damage isn’t from external sources.
Hackers keep finding new territory and ways to wreak havoc. They create malware and ransomware to take over computer systems. News stories tell about hijacking home security and monitoring systems. And we all know about their ability to steal our information and email.
Car insurance is necessary for all Connecticut drivers. In order to register a car in Connecticut, the state requires policies to have a minimum of $25,000 of bodily injury coverage per person per accident, $50,000 of bodily injury coverage total per accident, and $25,000 of property damage coverage per accident.
More than three weeks into the new year, many resolutions have fallen by the wayside. Maybe it was too cold to go tot the gym. Maybe that cookie really made a compelling argument when it said, “Eat me!” However, it’s not too late to get back on track. Financial improvement resolutions and those to protect your family with Life Insurance can still be fulfilled.
Now that the gift-giving season is behind us, it’s time to assess our new belongings, especially anything valuable. The experts at Practical eCommerce say televisions, once again, were among the top selling items over the holidays. Gifts of jewelry also are popular during the holiday. The website Wedding Wire lists Christmas Day as the most popular day for couples to get engaged. While Homeowners Insurance includes coverage for lost or stolen belongings, it is limited. To fully protect expensive belongings, consider a scheduled personal property rider.
Connecticut businesses file a lot of paperwork with the State of Connecticut. Multiple tax returns. Annual reports to the Secretary of the State. It can seem like there’s no end to the forms and payments you must make to Connecticut. One comes in the mail, you blindly fill it out and write the check.
Unfortunately, that is what scammers are counting on.
Mild temperatures greeted New Year’s Ever revelers locally. However, the folks at the Weather Channel promise bone chilling weather during January and February.
Happy New Year! As we enter 2019, I’m sure the success of your small business is top of mind.
With Christmas and New Years just around the corner, hitting the road to visit family and friends is a given. Practicing those winter driving safety skills is essential to surviving the season.
The holiday office party has evolved over the years. Businesses want to boost employee morale and celebrate the year’s successes. However, they recognize their responsibility for employee safety and well-being.
Teen drivers in most states face numerous restrictions on their ability to drive. Graduated drivers licenses limit the number of passengers and the hours when teens are allowed to take the wheel.
There’s good reason for that. As the graphic below shows, drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 face the highest risk of automobile crashes among any age group. An average of six teen drivers die each day in motor vehicles crashes. As many as 650 young drivers are injured each day.
For some people, holiday decorating began last weekend. Thanksgiving weekend is an acceptable time to decorate the tree and hang stockings. While the trees, lights, and displays help make the season, they also represent potential hazards. These holiday safety tips can help keep your holidays merry and bright at home and on the road.
Thanksgiving comes early this year, which means you have about five weeks before Christmas. It also means you have to prepare for family and get your turkey game on sooner.
The child car seat is one of the most important baby safety devices of the last 40 years. In fact, the hospital won’t let you take baby home without one.
As we approach Veterans Day, we remember the sacrifices of those who defended this country and our liberties. Attending parades and ceremonies offer a chance for us to show our gratitude to those who served. It is my pleasure to share with you the story of a colleague’s father. I hope you enjoy this video as much as I did.