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Fall foliage is beautiful, but not when it builds up in your gutters! Take these tips into account during the cool autumn months. Have your furnace cleaned and inspected annually by a qualified technician. Keep flammable materials, including all lawn and power equipment, away from water heaters and wiring in the basement. READ MORE >>

If a tree falls and hits your house, are you covered? The short answer is, yes. The coverage is quite straightforward: if a tree hits a home or other insured structure, such as a detached garage, standard homeowners insurance policies provide coverage for the damage the tree does to the structure and the contents in it. READ MORE >>

September is Responsible Dog Ownership month. Here is some information about dog bite liability. About 77.8 million dogs are owned as pets in the United States according to a 2015/2016 survey from by the American Pet Products Association. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 4. READ MORE >>

Saying the last goodbye in the dorm parking lot, you realize more than ever that you can’t protect your child from every risk. It’s time to let go. But back at home, you can assemble a strong financial safety net. Knowing what your current insurance will pay for — and whether you need to buy extra coverage — is a good first step. READ MORE >>

You experience many ups and downs throughout your life. These changes affect you in many ways. Especially, your auto insurance policy changes as your life change. These events can make a great impact on your personal and professional life. The following are the events through which your auto insurance policy is affected -  READ MORE >>

Running a business comes with inherent risks: An employee could get injured on the job; a natural disaster could destroy property; or a client could file suit, alleging a contractual breach. For those and other reasons, it is important to protect your assets, both business and personal. READ MORE >>

The explosion in the deer population has lead to a continuing increase in deer-car collisions. This trend will only increase as the deer population grows and urban habitats continue to encroach upon rural environments. According to the National Safety Council, there were 530,000 animal-related accidents in 2003 and these collisions resulted in 100 deaths and 10,000 injuries. READ MORE >>

This is from the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality: 1. Segregate all wastes generated into 5 categories: Vegetative yard waste (tree limbs, leaves, etc.) Household chemicals, paint, herbicides, pesticides, caustic and flammable liquids (keep these items separated and in their original containers) READ MORE >>

A lot of people need to hire someone to repair their flood-damaged homes, and there are a lot of reputable businesses and contractors out there. But not everyone who shows up with a hammer in his hand is up to the job, or is even legitimate. READ MORE >>

When college students arrive on campus, their cars are often loaded with pricey laptops, tablets, flat screen TVs and their entire wardrobe. Between the house parties and theft in dorms and libraries, it's likely any one of these items could suffer some damage. READ MORE >>

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