Now that tax season is over (unless you filed an extension), you may be happy to forget about your taxes for a while. However, there are a lot of new tax laws that will affect your taxes and insurance for next year. Here are a few changes that could affect you, so...read more
Insurance is necessity. We have insurance so that when something happens, we do not have to pay a hefty bill. However, just because you have insurance, doesn’t mean you should use it for everything. Some insurance companies may penalize you if you use your insurance...read more
All drivers are different and have different insurance needs. So why would you get a cookie cutter insurance policy? Based on your driving habits, you can be entitled to a wide variety of discounts on your auto policy. Here are a few ways that you can save. If you...read more
Many people have asked us when you should add your teenager to car insurance, and the answer is not always clear. A lot of states have slightly different rules as to when you have to add your teen driver to your policy, but here are some best practices to make sure...read more
One of the most common times for home fires is during the holidays. Between decorations, string lights, and candles, there are many more ways for fires to start. Here are a few simple tips to ensure a safe and happy fire-free holiday season. Be careful with holiday...read more
This year, California has experienced one of the most destructive wildfire seasons on record. Fires have destroyed over 1,000 structures, and turned hundreds of thousands of acres into apocalyptic scenes. Whether or not wildfires are prevalent or rare in your area,...read more
In the case of a fire at home, your family may only have up to 2 minutes to safely evacuate. Does your family have a plan in the case of an emergency? Routinely preparing for an emergency is the plan to keep your home and family safe. Install smoke alarms in...read more
An earthquake can happen at any time. Do you know the proper thing to do based on where you are? If you are indoors during an earthquake: DROP to the ground; take COVER by getting under a sturdy table or other piece of furniture; and HOLD ON until the shaking stops....read more
Living in the south western United States, it is easy to grow accustomed to the minor earthquakes we experience on a regular basis. Most people don’t feel the vast majority of earthquakes because they are too small or far away that they go unnoticed. However, this...read more
Living in California, earthquakes become a common part of life. We have all felt them, and people are always talking about being ready for “The Big One”. But how strong does it have to be what do those earthquake numbers mean? The Richter Scale was developed in 1935...read more
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