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Category: Risk Safety

Contractor Scams After A Disaster

  Never Sign Away Your Rights As a homeowner, you carry homeowner's insurance to protect yourself in case of damage to your home. A devastating storm can leave flooding waters, property damage, and personal injuries in its wake. Perhaps one of the least expected dangers that follow a storm is fraudulent contractors. After recent storms and major disasters, a few unscrupulous contractors use a trick...

Pumpkin Carving Safety Tips

There's no better way to celebrate Halloween than by carving up jack-o'-lanterns with the family and friends. This season, save the gore for your favorite scary Halloween movies and take precautions with these simple tips. This Halloween, keep these safety tips in mind when you’re carving your pumpkin masterpiece: TRIA orthopedic surgeon Yvonne Grierson, MD shares these tips: Pick the right pumpkin – Select a pumpkin...

How to Get the Most out of Your Homeowner's Insurance

A Homeowner's Insurance Update Most people only think about their homeowner's insurance once a year when the policy renews, or if they have a claim. But your life changes almost every day, and you need an insurance program that can change with you. Here are a few things to think about when purchasing homeowner's insurance. Is a Home Remodel Project in Your Future? You may...

Restaurant Insurance Cost Savings Strategies

If you are in search of Commercial Insurance for your restaurant, you may find it difficult to find competitive rates and coverage. Not so, if you are a client of Partners Insurance Services. We shop your restaurant insurance regularly, which enables us to provide the best possible combination of coverage, price and service.  We offer competitive premiums, and quality coverage. The best strategy in lowering...

Are You Prepared?

  Are You Prepared If A Disaster Hits? There are a number of devastating events that, should they occur, would create serious problems for your family.  These events can include floods, tornados, or other natural disasters. It is never too late to get prepared, and the first step is to build a disaster kit for you and your family. We also recommend that everyone review...