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Home insurance remains one of the most frequently purchased types of coverage across the United States. However, hard market conditions have made acquiring an adequate policy more expensive and complicated for many people. Indeed, major insurance carriers have already limited or ceased offering certain types of insurance in some parts of the country—areas that were...
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Without a doubt, pets are part of the family & we want to protect them. If you’ve ever considered pet insurance, keep reading for a rundown of coverage options!   An overview of pet insurance: what does it cover? If your dog or cat is sick or injured, pet insurance can cover your eligible veterinary bills and...
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On Monday, April 8, 2024, a solar eclipse will be visible across a large part of the United States, from Texas to Maine. Leading up to and immediately following the eclipse, state officials anticipate record numbers of people flocking to the path of totality (i.e., where the eclipse will be most apparent). Approximately 180 million...
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Long-range forecasts are already calling for the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season to be extremely active. Commercial weather forecasting service AccuWeather has released its expectations for the 2024 season, including warnings that hurricanes could wreak destructive havoc on areas along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts this year. Conditions are expected to resemble those of the 2005...
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Winter will be here before we know it. Frozen pipes, ice dams, fallen trees. The 3 most common cold-weather claims, but what can you do to prevent them? Frozen pipes: Generally, pipes that are exposed to frigid outdoor temperatures freeze more readily—such as hose bibs, swimming pool lines and water sprinkler lines. Pipes that run...
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers subject to its recordkeeping requirements to post copies of their OSHA Form 300A between Feb. 1 and April 30 of each year. Employer Action Steps On February 1, employers subject to OSHA recordkeeping requirements must ensure that copies of their completed Forms 300A are posted in...
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently announced that the United States has already seen a record number of billion-dollar weather and climate disasters in 2023. The 23 events mark the most disasters of that magnitude on record for a calendar year. The previous record was set in 2020, which saw 22 billion-dollar weather...
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Whenever it rains, it can flood, regardless of your proximity to a body of water. You don’t need to live on the coast to be at risk, which is why it’s essential to understand what types of hurricane damage are covered by your homeowners policy. Typically, most homeowners insurance policies provide some financial protection against...
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As cyberattacks become more widespread and destructive, stakeholders are increasingly motivated to hold businesses accountable for poor digital security controls, response protocols, and recovery measures. However, this poses increased litigation concerns and associated expenses. The latest industry findings show that data breach class action lawsuits have jumped by 44% since 2020. With litigation issues on...
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A surety bond is a comprehensive risk management tool used in countless industries across America. Businesses like contractors, car dealerships, credit services, health clubs, medical device suppliers, auctioneers and others are required to hold bonds on the federal, state and/or municipal level. Even solopreneurs like acupuncturists and notary publics are required to hold a surety...
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