Celebrate! It’s National Grilling Month!

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Barbecue safety tips for National Grilling Month Learn how to be safe this grilling season This blog is not going to quibble over the differences between grilling and barbequing because I love to cook, using each method. Whether smoking chicken thighs as I did last Saturday to the hotdogs, burgers and corn I grilled on […]

Don’t be an April Fool- During Distracted Driving Awareness Month

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I just wrote about distracted driving in a blog geared towards Artisan Contractors, however with April being Distracted Driving Awareness Month several items bear repeating! According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2020 3,142 lives were lost in crashes involving distracted driving. Drivers between the ages of 16 and 24 have been involved […]

It’s a Small World in a Big Way

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By John Bouhall, CPCU Learn how your homeowner’s insurance premium is affected by big realities. Read three key factors impacting your homeowner’s insurance premium. The current and foreseeable trend in the homeowner’s insurance market is rising premiums. Three main factors are driving this upward trend, which is and will continue to affect the average price […]

Bats in the Belfry Aren’t the Only Creepy Creatures

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Creepy, crawly critters that go bump in the night aren’t confined to Halloween or nighttime for that matter. Creatures you expect to stay outside where they belong don’t always confine themselves to nature’s protective cover. They can and do get inside … causing tricky problems for building owners. Insects, birds, rodents, and even bats are […]

Cover Your Condo and Contents With Proper Insurance

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Learn what individual condo unit owners and renters need to know about insurance. Read about the importance of properly insuring individual, residential condo units. Homeowners are usually aware of and want to purchase appropriate homeowner’s insurance to protect their interests. However, where the home is a residential condominium unit, people are often confused about the […]

A Few Tips for the College-Bound

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We all know that college is very expensive. Something you may not expect is an unanticipated accident or theft, not covered by your insurance policy. If you have a student heading away to college, such as Cleveland State, Baldwin Wallace, or John Carroll, below are a few tips to help you get the most out […]