Fun in the Sun (and How to Protect Yourself)

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Fun in the Sun (and How to Protect Yourself)

It’s National UV Safety Month, and here in Florida, the July weather is living up to the reputation the Sunshine State has established for itself. The hot temperatures come with plenty of sunshine, and while it’s great for the soul, and even for our landscaping, it can take its toll on your eyes and skin, […]

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Worth 1000 Words: The Importance of Photos with Your Insurance Claim

If you’re facing an insurance claim from a recent accident with your vehicle or home repair need after a storm or a pipe leak, we understand that you are frustrated. It’s never easy trying to manage everyday life with one car, or living among the cleanup efforts in your home, and the LAST thing on […]

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Red, White, and…Purple? Why YOU Need Vision Insurance This Independence Day

Tomorrow is the big day, and as the 4th of July rolls around, people across America will be celebrating with backyard barbecues, parties with friends and family, and of course, fireworks displays as soon as the sun goes down. Sitting back and enjoying the colorful visions of fireworks filling the sky is a much-loved tradition […]

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Hidden Risks: Is Your Home REALLY Kid-Friendly?

With kids home for the summer, many parents are becoming painfully aware of just how many things can go wrong with little ones. Curious minds and lack of discernment for danger can leave your child in a precarious situation if you haven’t taken time to think ahead and do some updated “kid-proofing.” Sure, we’ve all […]

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Why Disability Insurance Matters for EVERYONE

The insurance industry occasionally faces criticism for “overkill,” with specialized policies available for everything from your pooch to your paddle board in today’s industry. However, certain polices are all but mandatory for everyday life, such as health coverage, life insurance, auto policies, and homeowners protection. One type of policy, though, tends to fall somewhere in […]

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Oh Deer: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Deer Collisions

With summer travels filling up spaces on everyone’s calendar, the mountains are calling for many Florida residents, and they’ll be hitting the road soon to enjoy the cooler air, beautiful views and foliage, and the wildlife found in the surrounding forests. However, when man and wildlife collide (literally), problems can ensue. One of the most […]

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Celebrate Your Health! June is National Fresh Fruits and Veggies Month

Summer is on us here in Florida, and that means the season of swimming, beach-sitting, and barbecues has begun. June, the beginning of summer, is also when we kick off National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month, which means it’s the perfect time to incorporate the fresh flavors of summer into a healthy and exciting diet […]

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Hurricane Season 2018: What You Need to Know

Hurricane season 2018 is almost here, and with Irma fresh on our minds from last year, and Alberto already moving toward mainland, we are all eyeballing our hurricane stash and making sure our generators are ready to go. While preparing your home, stocking supplies, and mapping your route out of town are important, preparing your […]

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Hitting the Road in the Rain: Tips for Safe Driving in Wet Weather

Rainy season seems to have hit a little earlier than usual here in Central Florida, as Polk County has seen extensive amounts of wet weather over the past two weeks and will continue to from the forecast predictions. With so many commuters here that travel back and forth to Orlando and Tampa each day, rainy […]

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Covering the Miles: Making Sure Your Child Is Ready for Summer Travels

With summer upon us, parents around Polk County are finalizing plans for summer camps, volunteer trips, and other travels their children will be going on while out of school for the next couple of months. These trips are a great way for a child to gain independence, learn valuable skills, and better themselves as they […]

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