Children

clock February 4, 2015 comments No Comments flowchart Family & Home CareOur Blog tag ChildrenHealth

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. Teaching children good dental habits at a young age helps protect their oral and general health. Setting a good example by taking care of your teeth helps show your kids the importance of good dental habits. There are many other ways you can help keep your children’s teeth… Read more »

clock January 29, 2015 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceOur Blog tag ChildrenSaving Money

Having a young driver in the household can raise your car insurance premium pretty significantly. So what can you do to lower the insurance bill?  Ask yourself these questions to find out if you might qualify for some premium savings. Is your child a good student? If your son or daughter maintains at least a… Read more »

clock December 31, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceFamily & Home CareOur Blog tag Arts & EntertainmentChildrenSafetyWeather

Welcome 2015! Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365 page book! Start the first page by following these resolutions to keep you safe on the road! –Properly maintain your vehicle: regular check-ups and routine maintenance will help to ensure your vehicle will stay in good working condition. –Never drink and drive: Be alert… Read more »

clock November 24, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Family & Home CareOur Blog tag ChildrenSafety

Thanksgiving is a special time for giving thanks and getting together with friends and family. If you are hosting this holiday, Thanksgiving will also likely mean more people in your home and more stress on your plate. We know how easy it can be to get carried away in the hustle and bustle of the… Read more »

clock November 4, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Homeowners InsuranceOur BlogRecreational Insurance tag ChildrenLiabilitySafety

Why does my insurance company care if I have a trampoline? Point blank- Insurance companies aren’t crazy about insuring homes with trampolines because of safety issues. We hear it all the time: “Our children begged for a trampoline so we finally gave in. We can’t get rid of it now!” Unfortunately, while a trampoline may… Read more »

clock October 23, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Family & Home CareOur Blog tag Arts & EntertainmentChildrenSafety

Many people enjoy creating Jack O’ Lanterns during the fall months. However, pumpkin carving is an activity that can result in a trip to the emergency room if the proper precautions are not taken. Below are some tips that will help you safely carve your pumpkin: Select The Right Knife A chef’s knife is not… Read more »

clock September 30, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Charity InvolvementChildrenHealth

Throughout the month of September, our casual Friday’s at the office benefited our clients, Jonathan and Kayla Marsh. The Marsh’s have been dealing with unexpected medical setbacks in their family. These medical challenges caused both Jonathan and Kayla to be out of work for an extended amount of time. Loiselle Insurance was proud to donate… Read more »

clock September 22, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceOur Blog tag ChildrenSafety

Insuring young drivers is expensive. If you have a young operator in your household, you probably already know this.  The cost to insure young drivers is based on several factors, including but not limited to, their years of driving experience (or inexperience!) and their gender.  As a general rule, young males are more expensive to… Read more »

clock September 15, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Arts & EntertainmentBuy LocalChildrenOur StaffPawtucket RI

The Pawtucket Arts Festival is going on from September 4th to September 28th 2014 showcasing visual and performing arts, interactive workshops, with lots of music and dancing! To see what’s happening in the upcoming weeks, visit their website here!One weekend of the Pawtucket Arts Festival is “The Slater Park Fall Festival” which was going on… Read more »