If you want the freshest produce possible, consider planting your own home garden—after all, you can’t get any closer to your kitchen table than your own backyard. Growing your own vegetables is thrifty, too. According to the National Gardening Association, the average family with a garden spends $70 on their crops—but they grow an estimated $600 worth of veggies!
A violent storm damages your house. A grilling accident leaves your guest injured. A burglar breaks in. When an unfortunate event strikes close to home, you might need to file a claim with your insurance company. As part of the contract between you and your insurer, a claim against your homeowners policy comes with rules and procedures that both your insurer and you must follow.
Understanding the unwritten rules of the water isn’t just about being polite. It helps keep the water safer and less stressful for everyone.
In 1942, Congress approved the U.S. Flag Code, establishing an official etiquette for the handling and display of the U.S. Flag. The cardinal rule is to always treat the flag respectfully… essential specifics include…
Michael Phelps, the World’s most decorated Olympian, and greatest swimmer in the history of the sport, with his Foundation, will help educate millions of Americans and their families about the simple water safety steps that can save lives. We would see a dramatic decline in the number of fatal and non-fatal drownings that occur each year in pools and spas, if owners and operators followed these Pool Safely Precautions…
Bear these tips in mind to keep your grilling safe this summer.
Boaters know that there is much more to safely operating a watercraft of any size than simply driving a car down the road—and often there is much more at stake. And so it is with marine insurance, there are numerous factors to consider when determining the optimal policy for your watercraft. The following is a list of some important factors that can influence the type of boat insurance coverage that best suits your needs.