Safe Driving Starts With Buckling Up

By Matt Keras on September 16, 2019

Labor Day is the "unofficial end of summer". We hope you've had an enjoyable summer. There are many reasons to hit the highways and byways this fall, from following your favorite sports teams to attending fall fairs and festivals.Wearing a seat belt increases your chances of avoiding serious injury or death in a crash by up to 50%.  And it is also critical that children be seated in an approved..

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Wedding Insurance

By Matt Keras on July 28, 2019

Wedding Insurance

Weddings, regardless the current economy, are still quite expensive events. The average cost of a wedding still approaches $30,000. Insurance has become a necessary component to provide special protection for this extremely important, personal event.

Wedding insurance is not standardized, so policy wording can be quite different among the specialty insurance companies that..

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Finding The Perfect Helmet Can Turn a Fun Summer Into a Safe One Too

By Bob Keras on July 3, 2019

It's summertime.  What a great opportunity to get the bikes out of the garage and enjoy a relaxing ride while getting a little exercise.  As enticing as that sounds, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reminds everyone that consistently 2% of all traffic fatalities involved cyclists.  In the under 14- year-old category, that increased to 9%, the majority of which are boys...

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How to Have the Best New England Summer

By Bob Keras on June 12, 2019

Greetings!

It's the start of another summer season and we hope that you and your family will have an enjoyable one.  We're sharing some ideas and information with you to keep everyone safe and happy while they are participating in all the outdoor activities that make summer in New England a wonderful season of the year.

  • Can our business be held responsible for injuries or damage..
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What Do You Need To Know If You Are Planning An Office Function With Alcohol?

By Matt Keras on May 11, 2019

Office Functions and Alcohol

The office picnic, office-sponsored sports activities, holiday party, and client party may involve serving and consuming alcoholic beverages. Therefore, a number of questions arise, such as the following:

  • Can our business be held responsible for injuries or damage that results from serving alcohol?
  • Is the current insurance program sufficient to address this concern?
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Keep Your Teens Safe During Prom and Graduation Season

By Peter Brunelli on May 11, 2019

Prom and Graduation season is coming up quickly.  Many parents of juniors and seniors worry about their children's safety, especially at this time of year.  It is all too often that too much youthful celebrating leads to accidents and serious injury.

In 2002, a study revealed that 40% of teen traffic fatalities that occurred either during prom or graduation weekend were alcohol-related. ..

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Do You Know What It Means To Be A Distracted Driver in Massachusetts?

By Bob Keras on March 25, 2019

We're coming up on Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April. Despite the fact that New England states banned cell phone use while driving in 2010, illegal usage is up nationally. According to a study by Zendrive, 60% of all drivers use their cell phones at least once while driving.  The study found that distracted drivers used their phones an average of 3 minutes and 40 seconds per hour. And..

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Learn The First Steps In Getting Your IT Business Running.

By Matt Keras on March 12, 2019

Are you starting your own information technology (IT) firm? The following Trusted Choice® article perfectly summarizes the types of insurance you will need for your new business.

Starting your own company means dealing with some business essentials that may not be as exciting as seeing your code perform a function seamlessly for the first time.

For example, insurance.

You probably already know..

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What Are Windshield Requirements in Massachusetts?

By Bob Keras on January 28, 2019

Massachusetts may be the sixth smallest state in the USA in terms of square miles. However with our large population, our drivers spend considerable time commuting to and from work, visiting friends and family, and doing errands. Obviously the more time a person spends on the road, the greater the chances of experiencing vehicle damage.  Windshield damage is one of the more common types of damage..

Topics: Car Insurance
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When It's Time to Change Your Smoke Alarm Batteries

By Peter Brunelli on November 27, 2018

No doubt about it: smoke alarms save lives. According to the National Fire Prevention Association, three of every five home fire deaths resulted from a lack of smoke alarms (38%) or no working smoke alarm (21%). These devices can mean all the difference in giving you and your family time to get out of the house if there is a fire. 

If you're saying, "We've got detectors already", you still need..

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