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Digital Hygiene Tips for Coronavirus Scams

By anti-malware, anti-virus, antivirus, back up data, Business, business owner, Commercial, coronavirus, COVID-19, cyber, cyber attack, cyber crime, cyber criminals, cyber hygiene, cyber security, cybercrime, CyberScout, cybersecurity, Employees, Insurance, Prevention, security, Technology, vpn

Coronavirus scams are everywhere. During the evolving public health crisis surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus), it is essential to remain vigilant in the days and weeks to come, online as well as out in the world. It is likely you are tracking several…

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Daylight Savings Time is Time to Check Your Smoke Detectors

By battery, daylight savings, Daylight Savings Time, fire, fire prevention, fire prevention tips, fire protection, fire safety, Home, home fire, house fire, Household Inventory, Insurance, National Fire Protection Association, Personal, Prevention, smoke alarm, smoke detector, smoke detectors

Daylight savings time is coming up this Sunday! We’re going to “SPRING forward” our clocks (which means Spring is just around the corner. Yay!). Another important thing to do this weekend: check our smoke detectors! A general rule of …

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Juice Jacking: What You Need to Know

By cell phone, cyber security, cybersecurity, data, data backup, data breach, Insurance, malware, malware attack, mobile device, mobile security, Personal, Personal Cyber Protection, personal data, personal information, Personal Insurance, Prevention, protecting your data, smart phone, Technology, USB flash drive

We have probably all been to a public building where there are signs offering a free service to plug in your device at a charging location. Without thinking, we hurriedly plug in our device to the USB, by either using our…

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Teenage Driver? teenSMART is the Smart Choice for Safety and Savings!

By Auto, Central, driver's education, driving safety, Education, Financial, Insurance, Personal, Prevention, Saving Money, software, teen driver, teen drivers, teenSMART, Weather, winter driving

If you are a parent with teen drivers in your household, you are probably constantly worried about them on the roads and are concerned about them safely getting from point A to point B. This worry is typically escalated during…

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A Frozen Forecast Leads to Dangerous Driving

By Accident, Auto, Central, Insurance, Personal, Prevention, road conditions, road safety, road safety tips, roadside assistance, roadside assistance program, safe driving, Safety Tips, Service, snow, snow and ice, snow storm, Weather, winter, winter driving, winter weather

  Many woke up today to the beauty of a winter wonderland, where everything is blanketed in bright white snow. It’s the kind of snow that’s best for when Anna and Elsa want to build a snowman, or for packing…

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Winter Driving and Auto Claims Tips

By Accident, accident claims, Auto, auto accident, auto claim, auto insurance claim, automobile accident, car accident, Claims, claims process, driving safety, driving safety tips, Insurance, Personal, Prevention, road conditions, safe driving, Weather, winter, winter driving, winter storm, winter weather

Winter storms often bring a rash of auto claims. Winter driving can be dangerous, so it is essential to stay alert and be smart. Let’s talk about winter driving safety tips, and steps to simplify the claims process should you be…

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Should I Clear the Snow from my Sidewalk?

By Claims, Home, homeowners, homeowners insurance, homeowners policy, Insurance, Liability, liability coverage, liability insurance, Personal, personal property, Prevention, property, property coverage, rental properties, renter's policy, renters insurance, risk, Risk Management, snow, snow and ice, snow removal, Weather

Winter is here and so is the age-old question: should I clear the snow from my sidewalk? To be completely honest, I had to do a little research on this, as I have been told “yes” as many times as…

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