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Set Them Up for Success: Teaching Young Drivers The Rules of The Road

Youth is considered something to be cherished, and enjoyed, which often means young people are allowed some flexibility when it comes to rules and regulations. While lack of accountability for television time, data usage on their smartphone, or breaking curfew might be ok every now and then, one area that allows ZERO wiggle room is […]

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Time for A Change: When (And How) You Should Make Changes to Your Coverage

Investing in insurance coverage for yourself, and for the ones you love, is a key part of financial planning. However, unlike certain aspects of finances, your protection plans don’t stay static. Insurance is a dynamic asset since it is based on your own specific needs, and those needs are continually morphing and changing. It can […]

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Welcome to Florida! Tips for New Residents

Are you new to the Florida area? We want to be some of the first to welcome you! Here in Central Florida, we can tell you to prepare for plenty of sunshine, life on the lake, and wonderful communities built from local businesses and friendly neighbors. Carroll Marshall Insurance is proud to be part of […]

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Bridging Your Unemployment: Make the Most of Your Job Search

Fall is here, and the time of year when festivities and fun begin is upon us. Halloween is right around the corner, closely followed by Thanksgiving and then, suddenly, it’s Christmas! If you are unemployed though, you might be wondering “what’s next?” for you and your family. This time of year can be hard if […]

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Using Your Coverage: Filing An Insurance Claim After Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma is now a memory, but evidence of her visit to Florida is still very much apparent. The entire greater Polk County area suffered extensive damage, and homes and businesses throughout the central portion of our state were damaged, or destroyed, by fierce winds and heavy rains. Flooding, downed trees, and flying debris added […]

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Hurricane Preparation for Central Florida

Hurricane preparation is a popular topic here in Central Florida, but for folks in Polk County, it can look very different than that of our neighbors on the east and west coasts of the state. As Hurricane Irma presses down on the islands south of Florida, we are gearing up for a possible hit from […]

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Welcome Home: Saying Hello Again to Our Local Snowbirds

As we say goodbye to August here in Central Florida, we will be saying hello to Fall, and that means we’ll also be greeting our local snowbirds! For Polk County residents who spend a portion of their year in a northern (cooler) state to ride out the heat of summer, there are a few special […]

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Post-Eclipse Thoughts from Your Insurance Provider

Solar Eclipse 2017 has come and gone, and people all over the US enjoyed the festivities. Some people traveled hours to be in a location where they could enjoy the total eclipse, while others invested money in hard-won solar eclipse glasses to allow them to safely view the once-in-a-lifetime occurrence. Regardless of how you enjoyed […]

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Protecting Our Teachers, One Policy at A Time

Teachers do a lot for our society, often behind the scenes. They dedicate countless hours and personal resources into their students of all ages, doing their best to ensure that their students not only master the content required, but also leave their class at the end of the year with a renewed love of learning […]

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Back to School Checklist: Make Sure Your Child Is Ready

School starts back for students here in Polk County this week, and while the Central Florida temps still feel like summer, the Fall semester is officially kicking off. We know parents are busy with checking off lists of things their students need, from lunch boxes to uniforms to glue sticks, but there are a few […]

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