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Protect Your Home With an Umbrella Policy

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  Imagine you’re having a party and someone twists their ankle on your property. This kind of thing happens more than you might think, and while your basic liability insurance may help, unfortunately it may not cover all the resulting costs. Wouldn’t you rather have peace of mind knowing your assets are protected? If you don’t know much about umbrella insurance yet, now’s the time to learn. What is umbrella insurance?   Find Out

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How Safeco Insurance can save you up to 30% on your auto insurance

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We all see the commercials about savings on your auto insurance, so the video you are about to watch isn’t rocket science BUT it is a way for you to save anywhere from 5% to 30% on your auto insurance. Safeco Insurance introduced RightTrack a few years ago; it’s popularity among Safeco clients has grown tremendously. I include it on all of my new Safeco auto quotes and offer it to existing clients because it just makes sense. Unlike some other plug-in devices, your rate will never increase because of the data collected; you can only gain discounts. Want to…

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SPECIAL NOTICE: AUGUST 8 & 9, 2019 – OFFICE LOCATION & PARKING LOT CLOSED

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DUE TO DESTRUCTION OF OLD AND RECONSTRUCTION OF NEW PARKING LOT, WE MUST CLOSE THE OFFICE FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. TERRI WILL BE AVAILABLE, WORKING REMOTELY, BY PHONE (MAY HAVE TO LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH CALL BACK NUMBER) AND EMAIL. OFFICE HOURS WILL REMAIN THE SAME, 8:30AM – 5PM BOTH DAYS. ALSO, PLEASE NOTE, THAT BEN WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE DURING THESE TWO DAYS AS HE WILL BE AT AN OUT OF STATE FAMILY FUNERAL. WE APPRECIATE EVERYONE’S UNDERSTANDING AND WE ARE VERY EXCITED FOR THE NEW PARKING AREA! THANK YOU,   BEN & TERRI    …

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Are You Prepared for a Workplace Emergency or a Natural Disaster?

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El Paso, Texas – Saturday August 3, 2019:  “20 dead, 26 injured” in a crowded Walmart Dayton, Ohio – Sunday August 4, 2019: “9 dead, 27 injured” in, what was supposed to be, a safe area  May 27-29, 2019 (many Ohio counties) – Floods, tornadoes, landslides & severe storms: Federal Disaster Assistance granted These are not the headlines we ever want to see; but, here we are reading about these tragedies again. What makes these people want to walk into a crowded mall, gathering area or a workplace? Majority of us will never understand that mindset, however, it is something…

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Do you have a dog that is on the Prohibited List?

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I am a true lover of most of our furry friends; especially dogs. Dogs bring so much joy to a home, provide company if you’re alone and in some cases provide a sense of protection. My current dog, Dingo, is an Australian Cattle Dog aka Blue Heeler. At 6 months old I started him in training and a nearly 2 years later, he tested for, and passed, his Canine Good Citizenship. I used to take him to nursing homes to visit the folks, but he’s 12 now, a bit arthritic so he’s a homebody for the most part. He alerts…

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If I have Health Insurance do I need Medical Payments on an auto insurance policy?

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“You are driving home after work and another car runs the red light and broadsides you. The car is heavily damaged and you are injured. The paramedics arrive and wisk you off to the hospital. You know the collision coverage on your auto policy will take care of the car, if the other party isn’t insured, but who pays for the ambulance ride and ER visit?” If you have Medical Payments coverage on your auto insurance policy then Medical Payments (aka Medpay) covers your immediate hospital, doctor, ambulance and funeral expenses, up to the amount listed on your auto insurance…

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I SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM! July’s official food.

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Did you know it’s National Ice Cream Month? A whole month dedicated to the delictable and sweet treat of summer. The food that can cool you down and satisfy the sweet tooth covered with all kinds of toppings from fudge to sprinkles, chocolate chips, candies and more…or no topping at all. Enjoy it in a bowl, cone, waffle or out of the carton. In July 1984, President Ronald Reagan, proclaimed July National Ice Cream Month and established National Ice Cream Day as the third Sunday in the month of July. The event is now highly publicized by ice cream manufacturers….

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