High-capacity vans require extra caution

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High-capacity passenger vans can be an efficient way to transport small groups. Businesses use them to deliver workers to job sites, and churches, schools, camps and other organizations transport their clients and volunteers. But high-capacity vans – sometimes referred to as 15-passenger vans – require extra attention to assure driver, passenger and public safety.


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It happens: Sewer backup

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Sometimes sewer backups happen. We look for someone to blame, but often there just isn’t blame to be found. How do we prevent it from happening? And if it does, how do we protect ourselves from the financial storm that follows?


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Preparation can prevent pipe freezes

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When pipes freeze and burst, the results can be costly and time consuming to remediate. Protect your prized personal possessions or important business equipment from damage by preventing pipe freezes. Do you know what to do? Test your knowledge with our five-question quiz.


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Fire safety and the older adult

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It’s a sad, but true, statistic that older adults are more likely to die in a home fire than the general population. According to the U.S Fire Administration, adults 65 and older are 2.5 times more likely to die in a fire, and that number increases to 4.5 times more likely when they reach age 85. Although older adults represented 13 percent of our population, they suffered 36 percent of all fire deaths in 2011.


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