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Staying Safe on the Road During Prom and Graduation

High school is full of defining moments for teens and two of the highlights for most are prom and graduation. However, this time of year often sees other, more tragic defining moments – serious car accidents involving teens who are distracted or even under the influence of

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Shred-A-Thon 2017

Thank you to all who participated in our annual Shred-A-Thon at O’Connor Insurance. The rainy days we’ve been having gave us a break, and we were able to have a wonderfully sunny event with over 100 of our insured customers. We are fortunate to have the best

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Insurance Tips for Millennials

You keep your car filled up with gas so you don’t get stranded on the side of the road, and your phone charged so your loved ones can reach you. But, what kind of safety measures do you have in place for more extreme scenarios? What if

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Steering Clear of Wildlife

America’s roads are full of cars — but often, they’re also full of wildlife. That’s why an estimated 2 million vehicle-animal collisions happen each year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Fall and winter constitute the most dangerous periods for these incidents, but you should be vigilant

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Get Ready for Spring

Although everyone thinks of cleaning when it comes to spring, there are a number of things you should do to make sure your home is ready when the weather changes. Below is a selection of maintenance tasks from the National Center for Healthy Housing (you can see

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Protecting Your Eyes in a Digital World

It seems every year we are doing more work on our computers and less work with paper and physical files. While this is great for the environment, it isn’t so great for our eyes. March is “Save Your Vision Month” and one way we can all keep

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Looking for a Car? Keep These 7 Safety Features in Mind

Color, price, body style, gas mileage – there’s a lot to consider when picking out a vehicle for your daily commute or weekend road trips. One area not to overlook? Safety features. With more advanced technology than ever, today’s cars are helping to keep us safe. Here’s

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Four Things to Know About Taxes and Identity Theft

In 2014, almost 18 million people in the United States were victims of identity theft. Two-thirds of them said they suffered a direct financial loss because of it, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). During tax season, your personal information is particularly vulnerable. After all,

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Five Alarms to Consider for Your Home

What alarms and sensors do you need in your home? The answer is different for everyone. Whatever your situation, today’s technology has you covered with options including online monitoring and automated recording. Here are some common alarms, including two everyone needs to have, and three many people should

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Who Needs An Umbrella Policy?

This is the easiest insurance question I’ve ever had. The answer is simple: EVERYBODY needs an umbrella policy. Those with the greatest financial need are obviously those with the greatest assets and/or income to protect. However, even someone who currently has limited assets and income might someday

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