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There’s nothing better than cozying up to a warm fire on a cool fall night. This is especially, true when you can do so in the comfort of your own backyard. For many, having a fire pit means spending time with family, friends and (hopefully) indulging in some S’mores. How to get started? READ MORE >>

Summer is a season of recreational fun and personal relaxation. Unfortunately, summer is also the riskiest season of the year. Summer is a season of recreational fun and personal relaxation; a blissful stretch blessed with balmy weather to enjoy long weekends with friends and family, the children and grandchildren off from school. READ MORE >>

A personal lines umbrella policy creates an extra layer of protection for you against very large claims when you may be financially liable for a loss or injury to someone else. A personal umbrella policy doesn’t cover everything, so it’s important to clarify with your agent what triggers your insurance. READ MORE >>

Cyber bullying is not just libel anymore. Victims often claim severe emotional distress and even bodily injury. In extreme cases, social media users have been blamed for another person’s death. While a homeowners policy may respond to certain instances where bodily injury is sustained, some online activities may be excluded from coverage. READ MORE >>

From 2009-2014, 66 percent of playground equipment accidents occurred at home. Now that springtime is here, playground season is in full swing. Are the kids in the backyard and at the local playground safe? The U.S. READ MORE >>

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