Ready Action Plan

What would happen if your property had major accident or natural catastrophe impact it today?  What would happen to the people, belongings, and building itself?  Maybe the first step in preventing and minimizing the effects of a disaster is planning for it. That’s why...

Winter Emergency Kits

With winter right around the corner, it’s important to take time and plan for the inclement weather by placing some emergency kits in your home and car. So often we hear about someone or experience firsthand times when we find ourselves on the side of the road, in the...

Preparing for Cold Temperatures

Winter is approaching and if we have a similar season as we did last year the temperatures will be cold. Last winter we experienced below average temperatures. I have heard that this winter may be worse. If this is the case we all need to think about protecting our...

The ABC’s of Loss Time Management

Many of us can boast quietly to have had the good fortune of not having our residence flooded, damaged by fire, or hit by a storm. The few who have gone through such misfortune can probably agree it was nothing like what they expected. In the world of property...

Family Disaster Planning

Although September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, we suggest you consider making a year round commitment by having an updated plan for the protection of you and your loved ones. Having a plan, no matter how simple, can save lives, free up EMS resources, save...