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29 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
Could your car’s worst enemy be…a shopping cart? How could a motor-less, four-wheeled wannabe pose such a threat to a proper automobile? Believe it or not, one of the most common causes of body damage to a car is the dings and dents received by not-so-innocent buggies in the parking lots of your neighborhood grocery...
23 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
The latest trend in preparing a Thanksgiving Turkey is Deep Frying. However, if you don’t take precautions, you may end up with an injury or fire. Deep Fryers can be dangerous because: Many units easily tip over, spilling the five gallons of hot oil within the cooking pot. If the cooking pot is overfilled with...
22 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
Today, a motor vehicle accident occurs every second. Auto accidents cause an injury every 14 seconds. And every 13 minutes a car accident results in a fatality. More than 31 million accidents occur annually at a cost of more than $100 billion. Theft and vandalism are other major perils— a vehicle is stolen every 20...
18 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
From playing ultimate Frisbee in the rain to pulling all-nighters hopped up on nothing but a 12-pack of energy drinks, college students don’t always make the right decisions when it comes to their health. And breaking an arm during a mud-wrestling match can wipe out a student’s entire savings if he doesn’t have health insurance....
16 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
The day after Thanksgiving, also known as Black Friday, is the biggest shopping day of the year.  When it comes to cashing-in on the day’s deals, the motto is “If you snooze you lose.” Many stores will open at 12:01 a.m. on Friday and some retailers will even open their doors on Thanksgiving eve in...
10 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
In the midst of the festive and hectic holiday atmosphere, it is easy to forget the serious responsibility involved with hosting a party at your home or business. In many states, individuals and employers hosting holiday parties can be held liable in cases where a guest or third party is injured in an accident related...
8 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
Millions of Americans donate time—their most valuable asset—to serve as a volunteer board member on non-profits, booster clubs, churches, PTAs and civic organizations, just to name a few. The decisions these folks make can have a dramatic impact on their respective organization—and not always for the better. If a volunteer endeavor goes bad, would a...
1 November 2011, by , in Blog, No comments
If you are a 40 year male commuting 12 miles one way to work, you may consider living and buying your auto insurance in Vermont or Ohio.The average cost for auto insurance, according to AARP, is $968.58 per year in Vermont. In Ohio the average cost is $999.86. On the other end of the spectrum...