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...

June 16, 2016

Restaurant Insurance One of Many Restaurant Expenses

Opening and running a restaurant is a dream for many entrepreneurs, yet it is one of the most difficult business ventures to keep afloat for the long haul. Once you are up and running, you need to know how to manage your expenses carefully to...

June 16, 2016

Car Safety Features Everyone Should Have

Cars offer a lot of safety features these days. Which ones are most important for keeping you and your family safe, and why? Car and Driver magazine offers this list of the most important auto safety features. Airbags have been around since the 1970s, and it...

June 16, 2016

Getting the Most Effective Coverage with Personal Umbrella Insurance

Umbrella policies will protect your existing and future personal assets, like estate gifts and wages, against the cost involved if you lose a lawsuit over an accident that takes place on your property or with your automobile. If you lose a lawsuit of this type,...

June 16, 2016

Why Texas Workers Compensation Insurance Is So Complex

Workers compensation insurance has been in place in some shape or form across the United States for almost a century. It is an idea that was first introduced based on a European model. As long ago as 1917 it was cemented into law across the...

June 16, 2016

When Turkeys Attack: Don’t Get Burned by Your Deep-Fried Turkey

Deep-fried turkeys have become increasingly popular for the annual Thanksgiving feast. And while these crispy birds are delicious—and even considered to be less labor-intensive than traditional cooking methods—they can also pose a serious danger to you and your home. From splatters to minor burns to spills...