June 16, 2016

Stay Safe While Driving this Texas Winter

Although Texas does not receive the multiple snowstorms producing several feet of snow during the winter months, the state can and does experience severe weather with the changing season. Stay safe this winter while driving on Texas roads by practicing good driving habits. Winter weather makes...

June 16, 2016

Pass the Disinfectant: It’s Flu Season

For those who work in an office setting, flu season is always dreaded. Close proximity to ill coworkers and unsavory hygiene habits of others can make those common areas like break rooms or water coolers breading grounds for germs. Besides hibernating for the next three to...

June 16, 2016

Rain, Leaves and Deer—Oh My! Tips for Safe Fall Driving.

In many areas of the country the change of seasons is highly anticipated. Autumn brings crisp, cool air, falling leaves and Trick-or-Treaters. And it can also bring rain, fog and even ice—sometimes all in the same day. Drivers need to be aware of the changing weather...

June 16, 2016

Contractor’s Insurance that Keeps You Focused on the Bid

Whether your contracting business deals with construction, electrical, plumbing, excavation, land surveying or any other service, you are most likely aware that insurance for your commercial operation seems more complicated than that of any other industry. If you contract out of a central office, you need...

June 16, 2016

Back to School Insurance Tips

Although the signs have been hanging in department stores for several weeks now, most people put off back to school shopping and preparation for the best deals. While you wait for those stellar prices to show themselves, it’s a good time to take a second...

June 16, 2016

Purchasing a New Car? Consider This!

Consumer Reports recently published some advice for new car buyers. From securing the loan to getting a fair deal for your trade-in, make sure you arm yourself with loads of information and the ability to negotiate so you are assured of walking away with the...

June 16, 2016

Keep Your Home Safe on Independence Day

Americans eat more burgers and dogs and fire off more fireworks on the Fourth of July than any other day. Celebrating the nation’s Independence Day is steeped in the traditions of backyard barbecues and pyrotechnics. Unfortunately, these festivities often turn tragic when proper safety guidelines...

June 16, 2016

Tips for Getting Your Renters Security Deposit Back

A security deposit is the amount of money that a renter must pay to the landlord to hold the rental, as well as for the landlord to pay for any repairs that must be made after the renter moves out. If you take good care...

June 16, 2016

Summer Highway Safety Tips

The summer driving season is nearly upon us, which means that many of us hit the highway or the busy interstates for some fun and adventure. Remember that the nice weather means that the roadways will be more crowded than ever, and the need for...

June 16, 2016

Finding the Right Contractor to Repair Storm Damage

Few things are as frustrating for homeowners as hail damage to your roof or a fallen tree on your deck as a result of a passing storm. Not only do you have to file a claim with your insurance company, but you also need to...