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  1. Emergency Preparedness for Seniors

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    The Importance of a Personal Support Network The American Red Cross recommends that senior citizens create a personal support network made up of several individuals who will check in on you in an emergency, to ensure your wellness and to give assistance if needed. This…

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  2. How to Drive Safe Before, During, and After a Natural Disaster

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    When Hurricane Harvey left its path of devastation across Texas and the neighboring states, one of the lesser known side effects was all of the cars that were left behind. An estimated 1 million cars were completely destroyed in the 2017 disaster — more than…

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  3. 7 Ways to Prevent Heat Illness This Summer

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    Thousands of workers fall ill from heat exposure every year, and as temperatures continue to rise it’s just a matter of time before you or someone on your staff is affected. While you can’t control the weather, there are precautions you can take to prevent…

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  4. Nighttime Driving

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    Loss Control Insights 4 Surprising Nighttime Driving Hazards Driving at night can be challenging, and many drivers don’t realize they must adjust their daytime driving styles. Read on for some common roadway risks and how to mitigate them. 1. Nocturnal animals, especially deer. The Insurance…

  5. Three Stupid Reasons Why You’re Paying Too Much in Taxes

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

          Every year you probably say that you’re paying too much in taxes. You’re probably correct. Some of this may be because of your tax bracket, your business structure or some other factor, but it may also be because of the mistakes you’re making. Here…

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  6. How to Choose the Best Surveillance System for Your Small Business

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    The best surveillance system isn’t always the most obvious one On first glance, choosing a surveillance system is easy. Pick something in your price range, set up your cameras, and you’re done. The problem is that the best surveillance system for one business may not…

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  7. 9 Workplace Wellness Tips to Motivate a Happier, Less-Stressed Staff

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    Workplace wellness tips to keep your entire team fit and ready for action   You notice it more each week; your employees are gradually getting less efficient. They move more slowly, they take more trips to the coffee maker, and they just don’t seem as…

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  8. What’s Your Legacy?

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    Do you have an old life insurance policy sitting in a drawer at home? It had a purpose once, but now this forgotten or unwanted life policy is just lying there gathering dust.   That old life insurance policy could still do a lot of…

  9. 9 AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE TIPS TP PREVENT COSLTY BREASKDOWNS

    by lgibson

    Category: Blog

    Appropriate maintenance at the beginning of the cooling season is one of the best ways to prevent an air conditioning breakdown. Prevention is the key to avoiding an air conditioning emergency in the height of summer. Here are nine maintenance tips that can help you avoid a…

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