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Winter Driving and Survival Tips

In addition to the basic safe driving habits we practice all year long — buckling up, driving alert and sober, and driving at a safe and legal speed — there are special precautions that need to be followed during the winter months. Read more...


Cyber Security Tips for Holiday Shopping Online

Consider this scenario: you’re at home listening to holiday music, drinking a cup of hot chocolate, and wrapping presents when it suddenly hits you: you forgot a gift for someone on your list! Instead of venturing out to an overcrowded shopping center, it’s often easier to stay in the comfort of your own home and complete your holiday shopping online. Throw in expedited shipping, and purchasing gifts online can be quick and convenient. However, online shopping can also pose some risks. If you’re planning on doing some online shopping, keep the following tips in mind to help keep your personal and financial information secure: Read more...


Hosting a Party? Be Aware of Your State’s Social Host Liability Statutes

Holidays such as St. Patrick’s Day, New Year’s Eve, and the Fourth of July are good days to keep social host liability in mind. Social host liability refers to the liability of an individual who provides alcohol to someone without selling it to them. For instance, if you’re hosting a party at your house and a guest becomes intoxicated and gets into an accident as a result of their intoxication, a person injured in this accident may try to assert a claim against you, the furnisher of the alcohol. Read more...


If Someone Slips on an Icy Sidewalk in Front of My Home or My Business, Am I Liable?

This winter, it’s important to shovel and salt your sidewalk to make sure you don’t fall into a lawsuit. Depending on the circumstances, you could be held liable if someone slips and falls on snow or ice in front of your home or your business. Read more...


Avoiding/Minimizing Deer-Related Crashes

Cars and deer can be a lethal combination. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to decrease the likelihood of being involved in a deer-vehicle collision. Read more...