Some people vow to exercise more, or to quit smoking or to read more books, and these are all admirable New Year’s resolutions. But what about resolutions that help provide you with peace of mind, more protection and a little more money in your wallet? Gregory's Insurance professionals encourage you to review these three straightforward “insurance resolutions” that can help you start 2013 on the right foot:Read more...
What To Do After A Car Accident or Home Theft
The whole reason we buy insurance is to protect us. We never really want to use it, but eventually in life we are human and have an accident. Here are some tips to think about when your number is up for an accident. If you haven’t had one in a while you may want to pay special attention! Read more...
Driving in Snow? Go Nice and Slow!
When staying home is not an option and you must brave winter roads, your Gregory's Insurance professional tadvises you to remember the ageless moral of the tortoise and hare: Slow and easy wins the race. From snow blizzards and white-outs to the dreaded black ice, the hazards of winter roadways must be negotiated carefully if you and your vehicle are to arrive at your destination safely. Even with the use of de-icing agents and sand, your chances of slip, sliding away into a ditch, barrier or other car are great. Read more...
Make 2013 a No-Keys New Year’s Eve
On Monday night, millions of people will ring in the New Year with friends, family, and loved ones. However, amidst all the festivities, toasts, and celebrating, safety can quickly take a backseat to a good time – especially when alcohol is added to the mix. Impaired driving be deadly but alcohol related crashes cost more than $37 billion annually, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Read more...
Holiday Party Hosts Could Be Serving Up Lawsuits
Who is liable if a holiday guest gets food poisoning or drives home drunk? As millions of Americans host and attend holiday parties across the street and across the country, many may be unaware of the risks they may be taking. Party hosts need to understand their responsibilities when inviting people into their homes and serving food and drinks. Read more...
6 Things to Know About Protecting Personal Information When Shopping Online
It’s the season of giving, but don’t give away personal information to identity thieves! Between crowded big box stores, packed mall parking lots and long lines, more and more Americans are doing their holiday shopping online. While this has become a tremendous convenience for many people, it comes with a few risks. Read more...
Get Deals, Not Steals: Tips for Shopping Safely Online
Thanksgiving is over, and the holidays are in full swing, which means stores and malls are bustling with holiday shoppers looking for presents to put under the tree. If you’re planning to be one of the millions of people who shop online this holiday season avoid the holiday blues by following these cyber shopping safety tips. Read more...
Do You Need Special Travel Insurance?
Travel - whether you’re hitting the road, hopping a plane or taking a cruise, you’re spending some time away from home and usually are spending some money to do it. But what happens if your trip is interrupted by inclement weather, or an unexpected illness? Travel insurance and specialty medical coverage can give you peace of mind from the moment you book the flights or start the car. Read more...
It"s Time to Winterize Again!
As the first leaves hit the ground and those fall breezes turn from cool to cold, it’s time to prepare for winter. Whether that means snowstorms and ice or just the heavy chills many experienced in last year’s milder season, experts advise preparing your home for whatever Old Man Winter has in store.
Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve—these holidays mean celebrations, many of them in decorated homes filled with merry-making family members and friends. The National Fire Protection Association reports that, over the course of a calendar year, the 10 worst days for fires in homes fall between December 24 and January 6. Fortunately, these risks can be reduced with safe practices that address the “four Cs” of winter fires: chimneys, candles, Christmas trees and children. Read more...
Preparing for the Unthinkable
September 11, 2001 a day that we will never forget. I can remember watching the chaos unfold from several states away from my friends and family. Fortunately Nebraska can be pretty well insulated from many disasters. Still all the same as Americans we felt the pain and fear that everyone on the east coast was experiencing. If you have a family or a business it is wise to create a disaster plan before rather than during the chaos. Read more...
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month
The National Safety Council (NSC) has designated April as Distracted Driving Awareness month. In 2011, more than 3,000 fatalities resulted from distracted driving crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Distracted driving is not just talking or texting on a cell phone. It can be eating or reading, manipulating controls in car, handheld computers/tablets or other navigation devices, smoking, issues with directions or rubbernecking. Read more...
Spring Forward: Spring Cleaning and Safety Updates
Temperatures are getting warmer and now that it’s spring, it’s time for spring cleaning and making spring time repairs around the house. Taking care of our homes is important, so take a moment to understand how taking care of things around the house can impact your insurance with these spring time tips: Read more...
Riding mowers are you insured?
This article will look at the coverage provided (both property and liability) for a riding lawnmower covered under a homeowners policy written under the 1991 edition date, then written under the 2000 edition date. As a side note, the same coverage implications would apply for a 4-wheeler used to service the premises, or a golf cart used by the owner to service the premises as examples will show.
Spring Forward: Spring Cleaning and Safety Updates
Riding mowers are you insured?
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