Insurance products to protect your nonprofit organization

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When you commit your time and talents to a school or community cause, you don’t like to think that another volunteer or a trusted board member or employee could ever steal from your organization. Sadly, it does happen, and many who steal from these organizations don’t have the financial means to repay what was stolen. And don’t overlook the fact that embezzlements can go undetected for a long time and can involve more than one person.


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Driver alert! Children often misjudge traffic

Drivers prepare for the unexpected in school zones, near bus stops and past crossing guards. But drivers should also be on the alert wherever they drive that children could be present. From 2004-2013, 116 school-age pedestrians died in school transportation-related crashes. Some of the most common types of pedestrian fatal events involve a child being hit or struck: By a vehicle turning or preparing to turn at an intersection In a mid-block collision where a pedestrian enters the driver’s field of view leaving little or no time to react


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Insurance TLC for your historic home

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You may find an older home appealing because of its size, grandeur and location. But before you leap into the refurbishing trend, look at how older homes can present challenges that could increase your insurance costs. After World War II, tract homes became the norm as the construction industry standardized materials and techniques. As a result, features found in homes constructed before 1945 became “custom.”


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