The rise of the drone

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You’ve seen news articles on them. You’ve seen posts on the internet about them. You might even have seen them flying around your neighborhood. Unmanned aircraft systems (UASes), also known as drones, are aircraft systems without a human pilot on board. Instead, they are controlled by an operator on the ground.


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Divorce and the life insurance beneficiary

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While we all dream of happily ever after, various sources reveal that in the U.S. approximately 50 percent of first marriages, 64 percent of second marriages and 73 percent of third marriages will end in divorce. These staggering numbers highlight an issue that may be overlooked in the process – life insurance and beneficiary designations.


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How to protect yourself from fraud

They say lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice, but disaster can if you fall victim to unscrupulous contractors.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau reports that insurance fraud accounts for about 10 percent of all property casualty claims. While the majority of contractors are trustworthy, some take advantage of vulnerable policyholders, and the added expense can result in higher insurance costs for all consumers.


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Special events may need special insurance attention

Every weekend the calendar seems to offer a menu of festivals, 5K races and concerts. No matter what the weather, there is something special to do. Some folks plan their leisure time around any number of school, church or community events.

If your business or organization is planning a special event, you may be experiencing some of the common worries.


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