Unattended cooking is the leading cause of kitchen fires and scald burns are the second leading cause of all burn injuries. Follow these National Fire Prevention recommendations to keep your family safe at home this season and all year round!
Know the Truth About Lightning Dangers; much of what we think we know about lightning is fiction. Your safety and wellbeing may depend on knowing the difference between these lightning myths and the facts.
At any given time on our planet Earth, there are 1,800 thunderstorms in progress—and with them comes lightning. Your standard homeowners and business insurance policies, and the comprehensive portion of an auto insurance policy cover damages—such as a fire—that results from a lightning strike. Some policies also provide coverage for the damage caused by power surges. However, bodily harm from lightning isn’t easily remedied. Here are some steps you can take to prevent the dangerous effects of lightning and to keep your family safe.
With burglaries constituting approximately 50 percent of all on-campus crimes, it’s important for college students and their parents take steps to prevent theft, adhere to safety measures—and review their insurance coverage before heading off to campus this fall.
Itching to get started on outdoor projects, but the weather’s not quite right yet? This is the perfect time to get your garage (and other outbuildings) in order.
Fireworks are an American tradition on the Fourth of July, however fireworks are EXPLOSIVES and as such must be handled with care and caution at all times. Here are 20 common sense safety tips to follow that will keep everyone safe this holiday weekend.
Spring is the perfect time to take on a few simple safety and maintenance projects to protect your home and family all year-round.