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Blizzard Resources

Looking for information and resources related to winter weather? Need help dealing with Ol’ Man Winter? The following links can provide you with tips and assistance if the weather is too much for you to handle! Ready.Gov Launched in February 2003, Ready is a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American […]

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What Auto Technicians Do

Auto mechanics, or “technicians,” as some prefer to be known, do a LOT more than just fix cars. Technicians deal with distributors, solve problems for customers, crunch numbers, receive ongoing training, and even negotiate with insurance adjusters, often on behalf of the customer. Want to coast through your next repair shop visit without a hitch? […]

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Am I Covered?: Home Insurance Questions

The more you know and understand about home insurance, the better you can insure yourself, your family and your home and possessions in case of loss. The best way to prepare for meeting with your agent is to read your policy and look for the exclusions. If you don’t understand or have questions about something, […]

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Identity Theft–What to Do

If you think your identity has been stolen, here are tips from the Federal Trade Commission for what to do. Take Action Quickly WHN TIP – Provide Necessary Information: You may be asked to provide your billing address, phone number, date of birth, social security number, etc. for verification purposes. Gather the following information: Credit […]

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Tips for Traveling

Not sure what to pack in your carry-on? Read What’s Allowed In Your Carry-On Luggage. WHN TIP – Make a Copy: Use our Travel-Packing Checklist when packing your bags, then keep the list separate from your bags. This will help if your luggage is lost and you have to file a claim. Do NOT put valuables in bags […]

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After a Home Fire – What To Do

Once the fire is out, the recovery process begins. Here’s what to know and do – and not do. WHN TIP – First Needs: If you need immediate assistance with shelter, food or other personal needs, consider contacting your local American Red Cross chapter. Insured? Contact your insurance agent as soon as possible, preferably before meeting with […]


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