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clock December 16, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Homeowners InsuranceOur Blog tag HolidaysSafety

The holidays often mean trips to visit friends and family. You deserve to enjoy your time away, but you also need to prepare. Follow these handy tips to ensure you have peace of mind during your holiday travels. Review Insurance Coverage If you haven’t done an insurance review with your agent recently, now’s the time…. Read more »

clock December 12, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Homeowners InsuranceOur Blog tag HolidaysSafety

Safety is always a concern, but especially during the holidays. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission statistics show 5 people died in 2018 from problems associated with holiday decorating. Additionally, approximately 200 people end up in the emergency room every day during the three months surrounding the holiday season. Practice Ladder Safety The CPSC reports… Read more »

clock December 10, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Homeowners InsuranceOur Blog tag SafetySaving Money

Home heating costs aren’t getting any cheaper so it’s more important than ever to access energy savings wherever you can. Here are just a few ways to stay safe and lower your heating bills this year. Use Passive Solar Passive solar involves using the sun’s rays to your advantage to heat your house. This can… Read more »

clock December 5, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceOur Blog tag

No one wants to find themselves stranded at the side of the road. Yet it happens. We can only reduce risk and prepare for the worst. Here’s what you can do to make it easier to deal with a breakdown so it’s just an inconvenience, not a major fiasco. Prepare an Emergency Kit Winter driving… Read more »

clock November 27, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Holidays

Small Business Saturday is on November 30th this year. Instead of shopping at big box retail and e-commerce stores, we encourage you to patronize local, brick and mortar businesses. Buying from a small, local business offers many benefits, especially when it comes to protecting your valuable assets. If you need insurance, consider these points before… Read more »

clock November 26, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Homeowners InsuranceOur Blog tag Holidays

Black Friday and Cyber Monday have reached epic proportions with reason. People realize they can get incredible deals, both in-store or while conveniently shopping from their desktop or mobile device. Unfortunately, increased sales also means increased risk for consumers. Buyers are exposed to more fake apps, banking Trojans and device backdoors and have a greater… Read more »

clock November 21, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Homeowners InsuranceOur Blog tag HolidaysLiability

Thanksgiving is a great opportunity to showcase your cooking, organizational, and hosting skills. You’ll want the day to run smoothly and you’ll certainly want to ensure your guest’s safety. Consider these tips and have a fun, safe Thanksgiving! Prepare a Shopping List Sound like too much trouble? Consider what will happen on Thanksgiving Day if… Read more »

clock November 18, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag

Don’t let the cooler weather keep you indoors. Rhode Island has plenty of scenic areas to explore, so don your hiking gear and get out and breathe some fresh air. Here are some of the best hiking trails our state has to offer, but there are certainly many more you can check out. Barrington Osamequin… Read more »

clock November 7, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceOur Blog tag LiabilitySafety

You’ve had an accident and naturally, you’re a bit shaken. Perhaps you forgot to ask the other driver for their information or they might have refused to give it to you. Even worse, they’ve hit you and fled the scene. What do you do? Didn’t Get Information Don’t panic. First, take some time and let… Read more »

clock November 5, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceOur Blog tag Liability

Typically, when two vehicles collide in an accident the “at-fault” driver and their insurance company bear the responsibility for damages. However, this scenario isn’t as straightforward when one of the vehicles self-drives. Today, more and more autonomous vehicles travel on our roads. Yet, the challenges they present for the insurance industry, lawmakers, and owners of… Read more »