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.
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Holiday Driving Safety Tips

With the holiday season in full swing, millions of Americans are preparing to travel to visit friends and family, and the majority of holiday travelers will be driving. Whether you are heading over the river and through the woods or just couple of miles away, here are a few safety tips to take with you on the road:
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When Should I Replace My Holiday Lights?

As you get ready to trim the tree, it’s important to inspect your holiday decorations to ensure they are in good condition. This is especially true for holiday lights, since lights in poor condition can cause fires. When you’re inspecting the lights, keep an eye out for the following:
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How Should I Prepare My RV for the Off-Season?

As the summer winds down, it’s about time to prepare your RV for the storage months. If you plan on using your RV during the winter, check your owner’s manual or service advisor on issues and precautions that you will need to know for your specific unit. Here are some tips for storage:
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Staying Safe While Having Fun: Playground Safety Tips

Whether at a park, a child care center, or a school, playgrounds with outdoor play equipment offer kids a fun space to get exercise and enjoy some fresh air. But did you know that, according to the National Program for Playground Safety, more than 200,000 children are treated for playground-related injuries every year? Fortunately, most of these injuries are preventable.
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Staying Warm and Safe: Tips for Safely Using Supplemental Heating

With colder weather approaching, homeowners may be considering using supplementary heating sources, such as space heaters, woodstoves, and fireplaces, to offset heating bills. These alternative heating sources, if not used properly, can contribute to an increased risk of fire, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.).
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