Disaster Preparedness

Free Valet? Say: “No way!”

If you wouldn’t feel comfortable handing your car keys to the stranger beside you on the sidewalk, you may want to reconsider the Valet service at your local restaurant. Free […]

It Could Happen To You: Babysitting Blues

Marie Whitford is an exceedingly responsible young lady. She took a babysitting safety class when she was 11 and began as a Mother’s Helper for the young couple across the […]

Insurance Declassified: I is for Inventory

I’d like to try a quick exercise with you. Without looking, could you list every item currently in your garage? Your shed? How about your closet? For those of you […]

Student Loans? We Can Help!

I only know one person who doesn’t have any student loans. I’ve overheard conversations among countless friends, wishing that their monthly payments were less aggressive. Another big point is that […]

Don’t Be A Destination Diva

Whether you’re heading to a Caribbean Island or back to your Alma Mater for a friends nuptials, destination weddings are becoming more common. Traveling can be stressful, but a big […]

Insurance Declassified: H is for Home Security

We’ve already told you how installing a burglar and fire alarm is a great way to save money on your insurance, and protect your home. But even the most sophisticated alarm systems […]

Insurance Declassified: F is for Fire Alarm

Having a Central Alarm System in your home is a great way to get discounts on your homeowner’s insurance! However not all alarms are created equal. We’ve had a number […]

It Could Happen To You: An Accident at Rita’s

Walter Whitford and his wife Suzy are both 42. They met at a friends BBQ just after graduating and got married 5 years later. They live close to their families […]

Hurricane Season Checklist

Hurricane season runs from the June 1st to November 30th. It’s especially important for homeowners or tenants to review their insurance coverage during this season. Use the following checklist to review! […]

Insurance Declassified: D is for Distracted Driving

Distracted driving kills people. This is not an exaggeration. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association have identified 3,179 individuals who were killed in distraction related crashes in 2014. That’s 10% of traffic fatalities in […]