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Protecting Your Home: What Insurance Does and Doesn’t Cover
Posted by Safeco January 26, 2015
Your homeowners policy protects your home and your family in a variety of ways, but it also has coverage limits and even exclusions. It’s important to know what your individual policy covers and what it doesn’t. To start, review this guide for a better understanding of the typical homeowners insurance policy. Read more
Helping Seniors Have a Wonderful Winter
Posted by Safeco January 19, 2015
The hazards of winter affect us all, but remember that your senior family members – and your neighbors, too – may require some extra support this season. Learn what you can do to help them prevent falls, stay safe at home and ride out any winter storms that are headed their way. Read more
Icy Sidewalks: Are You Liable If Someone Falls?
Posted by Safeco January 12, 2015
Could an icy patch on the sidewalk in front of your home lead to a homeowners liability claim or even a lawsuit against you? It’s happened to other property owners, so learn what you need to know about snow removal responsibilities and how to help protect yourself – and others. Read more
Safety Items to Keep In Your Car – the Winter Edition
Posted by Safeco January 5, 2015
Even good drivers can end up in a bad situation in severe weather, so learn what’s essential to have in your car to help you stay safe on (and off) the road this winter. Read more
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