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Don’t Let Your Christmas Get Scrooged with Tree Trouble

Decorating your house for the holidays is part of the fun of the season. Many people go all out with lights, wreaths, garland, displays, and of course – the Christmas tree. These are often beautiful displays of color, family heirlooms, and more. But they can also be dangerous. So, what are the risks of these […]

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The Cyber Liability Window is Larger Than Ever

You hear about breaches constantly, but most businesses – especially smaller businesses – think it will only happen to someone else. The data, however, tells a different story. In fact, small business attacks account for more than half of the ransomware incidents in the U.S. In addition, 51% of small businesses report that they don’t […]

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Preparing Your Business for the Event of a Flood

Just like your home, your business can flood and potentially experience extensive damage. However, your business has a completely different set of risks than your home does. After a flood in your place of business, you could experience loss resulting from damage to records, inventory, equipment, and technology as well as other valuable property and […]

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A Holiday Disaster Strikes – Would You Be Covered?

The Holidays are a great time of year, and it’s always fun to spend time with friends and family. We’ve all been to a Holiday party, and maybe even hosted one before. But let’s say the party you host this year ends in disaster. Everyone is having a good time, but then one of guests […]

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What Do Rising Property Values Mean for Your Insurance?

  “It’s a seller’s market” is a term you’ve probably heard lately. Across East Tennessee, the average home value has gone up by about $73,000, with sale prices in early 2021 increasing by over 5% compared to last year according to the Federal Finance Housing Agency (FFHA). While an increase in inventory in 3rd Quarter […]

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Millennials and Life Insurance

More than any other generation, millennials (born 1981-1996) are going without life insurance. In some instances this is understandable; perhaps you are debt-free or never plan to have children. However, there are some considerations you should take into account before writing off life insurance entirely. Here are some questions to ask yourself if you are […]

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What to Do If Your Car Is Stolen

Remain Calm  If you believe your car has been stolen, your immediate response is likely to completely freak out. This is understandable, but there is a chance you could be mistaken. It is possible that your car was towed or even that your teenager took it without asking. Make a few calls to local towing […]

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How Marriage Can Change Your Insurance Needs 

You already know that marriage will change a lot of things in your life. When you say “I do” you are combining your entire world – and often your home – with someone else’s. Among the changes that come with married life are adjustments you should make to your insurance coverage.  Home & Property   If […]

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Strategies to Reduce Employee Illness and Injury 

As a business owner, the health and safety of your employees should be a top priority. Not only are healthy employees happier, but they are more productive, too. Ultimately, having high health and safety standards will also reduce costs to your business since insurance premiums will be lower with a cleaner safety record. Additionally, having […]

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Why Stay at Home Parents Need Life Insurance

You may think that the only parents who need life insurance are working parents, but that isn’t exactly correct. A stay at home parent is more than just a mother or father. These individuals wear many hats: tutor, chef, chauffeur, housekeeper, caretaker, and more. The true value of these duties is priceless, but the economic […]

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