Avoiding Holiday Disasters: Fire Safety Is Key!

This Thanksgiving, thank goodness that fires are covered in a standard Homeowners Insurance policy, right? Well, if you consider the fact that a Homeowners Insurance claim will only cover rebuilding your home, not its current value, you may decide to

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There Are 12 No-Fault States: Do You Live in One?

Currently, there are 12 states that are considered no-fault insurance states. You may be wondering what that means exactly. No, it doesn’t mean that everyone in these states drives around recklessly and bumps into other cars, people and pets before

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What Should I Know Before I Buy Homeowners Insurance or Condo Insurance?

Chances are that if you own a home you have Home Insurance or Condo Insurance. Even after people have paid off their mortgages, they often opt to keep their Homeowners Insurance policies active, even though it’s no longer required. Why?

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Halloween Decorations That Make Your Home Safe for Trick-or-Treaters

Halloween means lots of sweet candy, scary thrills and unique costumes. Many people go all out when it comes to decorating their home for trick-or-treaters. While this is a great Halloween tradition, it should be performed with safety in mind.

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My House Got Broken Into – Now What?

It’s terrifying to realize you’ve been robbed. You probably worry that you’re in imminent danger as soon as you find out. In fact, you very well may be. However, in most cases when a home has been robbed, the thief is

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Get Ready for the Great California ShakeOut

It’s the 10th anniversary of the Great California ShakeOut, which takes place this year on October 18th at 10:18 A.M! Everyone is encouraged to participate in this earthquake drill, whether you’re at home, work or school. The main goal of

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My Car Was Stolen / Broken Into – Now What?

You went to the parking lot after a dinner date, and your car was gone. You walked around in circles throughout the lot in the dark, thinking and hoping that you’re just wrong about where you think you parked it.

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B2B Tips: Facility Management as a Competitive Advantage

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New in Facility Management In November 2017, the U.S. Bureau of Statistics, on behalf of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Standard Occupational Classification Policy Committee (SOCPC), issued the new 2018 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Guide which

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Can My Car Get Hacked? See Who Is at Risk

For years now, computers have been regularly getting hacked into and so have phones and bank accounts. The newest fear that is giving people gray hairs is the threat of car hacking, which can be life-threatening. What all these types

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Top 9 Motorcycle Rides with the Best Fall Foliage

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Calling all leaf peepers! Fall is almost here, which means it’s time for some stunning motorcycle rides this September and October. Rev your engines and make your way across the country for the most scenic motorcycle drives this autumn. There are

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