The coming spring thaw can trigger serious flooding

by adam | 25th March 2015

Spring may be in the air, but it also means more water on the ground. To property owners that means a real danger of serious flooding. Every spring, warmer weather and melting ice and snow cause large amounts of runoff water to accumulate. And because the ground is still frozen, the water cannot penetrate the […] Read More

10 Tips for a Faster, Easier Claims Process

by adam | 3rd March 2015

The claims process isn’t fun. But with these 10 tips, it can be simple and easy. The more information you provide up front, the sooner you’ll be on the road to recovery. Take note of the specific date, time and location of the loss. If the incident involved other parties, write down their contact and […] Read More

Prepare Your Business for Winter Weather

by adam | 31st October 2014

Prepare Your Business for Winter Weather Start at the Top Start your winter preparations at the top — on the roof. Autumn brings leaves and wind, both of which can impact your facility. Start by checking roof drains — they should be clear and in good condition. Now is the time to properly dispose of […] Read More

5 Tips to Avoid a Deer Collision This Fall

by adam | 15th October 2014

According to the Insurance Information Institute, about 1.6 million motor vehicle crashes are caused by deer each year and they spike October through December due to deer mating season. Be careful at dawn and dusk.  Deer are most active during these times of the day and driver visibility is poor. Expect them to run. Slow […] Read More

Tips For Avoiding Holiday Lawsuits

by adam | 18th December 2013

Could You Be Serving Up a Lawsuit at Your Holiday Party? Who is liable if a guest gets food poisoning or drives home drunk? As millions of Americans host and attend holiday parties across the street or across the country, many may be unaware of the risks. According to Trusted Choice® independent insurance agents, party […] Read More

Tips For A Safe Halloween

by adam | 25th October 2013

Trusted Choice® How to Have a Safe Halloween   Halloween is just around the corner, and many consumers may not realize how frightening this night could really be for their personal safety, property and bank accounts. But Trusted Choice® independent agents can help families better prepare for Halloween hazards that may come in disguise or […] Read More

Help Make Maine Roads a “NO TEXT ZONE”.

by adam | 26th April 2013

Texting While Driving Kills Thousands of People Each Year. Many More are Seriously Injured. Help Make Maine Roads a “NO TEXT ZONE”.  Click the following link to take The Pledge today. Read More

Covered by homeowners insurance? Don’t be so sure

by adam | 19th April 2013 Read More

Hurricane Preparedness Tips

by adam | 25th August 2011

When a Hurricane Threatens Depending on your location, you could be told to evacuate before a warning or even a watch is issued by the National Hurricane Center. Notify someone unaffected by the storm about your whereabouts. No later than when a watch is issued: Fill vehicles with gas. Get extra cash. Fill prescriptions. For […] Read More

Summer Safety Tips

by adam | 17th June 2011

Summer has arrived and for the next few months, many people will take advantage of the weather by hosting summer parties, testing the waters with sports and recreational watercraft, firing up outdoor grills and uncovering backyard swimming pools. Summer can be lots of fun, but it’s important to take a few precautionary steps to limit […] Read More

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