Summer is drawing to a close and school is starting up again, meaning increased traffic on the roads. For 7 helpful tips to promote safe driving during the back-to-school period, please check out this article from propertycasualty360.com.
Holiday lights can brighten the season – literally and emotionally – but they also present potential risk for fire and shock hazards. Before installing holiday lighting, take extra time to do a safety check to protect people and property. Holiday lights and other decorative lighting contribute to an estimated 150 home structure fires per year, […]
Smartphones offer drivers a sense of security, with the promise that help is just a phone call away. But especially in extreme conditions, don’t count on your phone alone to keep you safe or to share your location in an emergency situation. Keep in mind that location services are not always accurate depending on network […]
If you are among the millions of young adults packing up to head off to college, now is a great time to take stock of all your electronics, sports equipment, musical instruments and other items that you would need to replace in the event of a fire, theft or other hardship. This article from The […]
Now that your lawn has turned green again after a long winter, the grass needs to be mowed, and serious injuries can occur if you aren’t careful. Every year more than 300,000 people are treated in hospitals and medical clinics for lawn mower-related injuries, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. More than 10,000 […]
Spring weather brings a number of concerns to home and business owners. Do you know what to do to prevent home water damage? Do you know what to do if your property is damaged by hail or lightning? This informative article from Chubb Insurance will help you to be prepared.