Laura Lewis

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A chief underwriting specialist in the Personal Lines department, Laura Lewis is assigned to a territory that includes New Hampshire, Vermont and part of Ohio. She assists with the high-valued home inspection audits and coverage recalculations. A Cincinnati associate since 2003, she holds the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Associate in Management (AIM), Associate in Reinsurance (ARe), Associate in Personal Insurance (API), Associate in Insurance Services (AIS) and Associate in General Insurance (AINS) designations.



Protect your college student’s possessions

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Do you have a young adult heading off to college in the fall? College can be a fun time for the student but a stressful one for the parent. Reduce some of the stress by planning ahead to make sure your college student has appropriate insurance protection while away at school.


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The homeowner’s to-do list: Here’s where to start

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Now that the seasons have turned, it’s time to assess how your property weathered the winter. This is a good time to make a “to-do” list to prevent property maintenance and liability issues. Starting from the top: Roof – Have a roofer check for lifting, curling or missing shingles, or shingles that have suffered granular loss. Remove any debris or built-up moss that can reduce your roof’s life expectancy. Clean gutters of any leaves or debris.


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Fall maintenance protects your home for winter

Clean leaves and debris from gutters to allow water to flow freely.

Take advantage of fall weather to work on projects around your home and protect it from common winter problems. Keep the following tips in mind: Clean out your gutters. Remove leaves and other debris from your gutters first by hand to get rid of the large particles, and then with a scraping tool and water hose before cold weather arrives. This helps to prevent ice damming. Ice dams are caused when snow melts on a heated part of the roof, then refreezes on a colder portion of the roof.  This[…..]


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