Cooking is the leading cause of home structure fires according to research conducted by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). As such, it is no surprise that we’ve seen our share of real-life claims confirming this statistic. The disheartening part … Read More
Your tenants are likely hosting friends and family for the holidays. And if they are not attentive to the finer details, a cooking fire can occur or someone may be injured on the icy front steps. Encourage their safety, avoid … Read More
Though insurance shouldn’t be your only strategy for managing risk, it can certainly be a lifesaver if you experience catastrophic property damage. To take full advantage of this risk management tool, it’s crucial to know what your insurance policy holds … Read More
Many people think that their insurance policy only details what they are covered for in the event of a loss. It does include the types of losses your insurance carrier will reimburse and what types of losses are excluded. But … Read More
The end of Daylight-Saving Time is coming, which means re-setting our clocks and “falling back.” (One more glorious hour of sleep!) As the daylight hours begin to wane, the types of risk your property faces also change. The quality of … Read More
Thanksgiving is the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking equipment. For a holiday everyone can enjoy and throughout the year, remind your tenants to follow these ten safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association.