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4 years ago · by · Comments Off on Be a Good Scout, Be Prepared

Be a Good Scout, Be Prepared


Even though we live miles away from any coastline, warm ocean currents are creating severe weather conditions all over the country.  These conditions can be detrimental, if not devastating to your business.

For example, in 2015 about 10.1 million acres were scorched by wildfires in the US, compared to 3.8 million acres the previous year.  Meanwhile, winter storms caused an estimated $3.5 billion in insured losses in 2016, up from $2.6 billion in 2014.

What can you do?  Here are seven things you can do now that potentially could save you from significant financial hardship or worse:

  1. Plan an emergency response – stash away non-perishable food items, 2-way radios, drinking water, flashlights and batteries, first-aid supplies, gloves, etc.
  2. Make sure Local Government has contact information for your business;
  3. Maintain your emergency equipment;
  4. Secure your data and files – the best insurance you can have for your business information is a good, recent back-up that is stored off-site;
  5. Patrol your business location during the emergency – as long as it is safe to do so;
  6. Reinforce and Stress Workplace Safety;
  7. Inspect Safety Equipment and Controls

This list isn’t all-inclusive, but it is should get you thinking about the areas where you can be prepared and lessen the impact of an unfortunate event and possible financial hardship.

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4 years ago · by · Comments Off on Ruff Claims

Ruff Claims

Dog bites and other dog-related injuries made up more than a third of all homeowners insurance liability claims dollars in 2015, amounting to $570 million, according to the Insurance Information Institute. 

The number of dog bite claims decreased 7.2% from the premious year, but the average cost per claim increased by 16%, totaling $37,214.

California had 1,684 dog-related injury claims last year – more than any other State.

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4 years ago · by · Comments Off on Back to the Nest

Back to the Nest

In 2014, adults ages 18-34 were more likely to be living in their parents’ home than they were to be living in their own house with a partner or spouse – which hasn’t occurred for 130 years, according to the Pew Research Center.

Pew attributes the shift to the decrease in Americans who “settle down” before they turn 35.  The record of the overall share of young adults living with parents occurred in 1940 at 35%.

Of the Gen Y population in 2014:

31.6% lived with a spouse or partner;

32.1% lived with parents;

14% lived alone, were a single parent or lived with one or more roommates

22% lived with another family member, a non-relative or in group quarters

In addition, 36% of Millennials had not completed a Bachelor’s degree and were living at home in 2014.

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