Helping Employees Get Through the “Winter Slump”

Daniel Crichlow – October 14, 2019

We’ve all been in situations during the cold, dark winter work months where we simply want to act like a bear and either hibernate until Spring or lash out at people. But as a productive member of society, and your workplace, those oh so tempting options just aren’t practical. Whether you are an employer looking […] Read More

Is Your Special Event Covered?

Tony Grahn – October 7, 2019

When planning a large event, you want to think about everything going right rather than what may go wrong. Worst-case scenarios are difficult to discuss, but every good event planner prepares as best they can. Having your event covered in case of cancellation, property damage, or other unexpected incidents is essential. Event liability insurance adds […] Read More

How to Reduce Your Liability Exposure

Daniel Crichlow – September 16, 2019

If you’re a business owner or just human, liability exposure is an issue. From having someone over for a barbeque to starting a dynamite manufacturing company, everything we do has some risk. How can we prevent that risk from ‘coming in like a wrecking ball’ and causing panic at the disco?’ Here are my top […] Read More

Personal Firearms Safety

Tony Grahn – September 11, 2019

According to a survey in 2018, the U.S. is by far the leading gun-owning country in the world, beating out the next country by more than 50%. While sales have declined during Trump’s presidency, industry data has clearly shown that gun sales have doubled over the past decade. Many Americans are exercising their right to […] Read More

Firearms Liability Insurance

Jim Tice – August 27, 2019

In the latest news out of California, Mayor Sam Liccardo of San Jose has proposed legislation that would require gun owners to carry firearms liability insurance. It is based, he says, on state laws that also require motorists to insure their cars. Because responsible gun owners might want to have insurance, it is useful to […] Read More

What Are the Signs of Heat Illness?

Daniel Crichlow – August 26, 2019

As a prior golf professional and a high school golf coach, looking out for heat-related illnesses such as heat stroke was very important. Sure, the risk wasn’t as high as sports such as football, but it was still there. Some people can suffer from heat illness just by sitting in the heat for too long. […] Read More

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How Can I Protect My Home While on Vacation?

Tony Grahn – August 19, 2019

It is the season for vacations. But it is not a vacation when you come home to find that your home as been burglarized while you were gone. Below are a few things you can do to reduce that risk while you are away. Don’t post pictures While it is tempting, don’t post pictures of […] Read More

Protecting Our Children From Sexual Abuse

Adam Murray – August 16, 2019

This is not a fun topic to address. The statistics surrounding sexual abuse are astounding. It is very possible that you yourself have been a victim of sexual abuse scandals coming out of the SBC, or IFBC, or the Catholic Church and many other denominations. Statistically, our churches are running rampant with people who have […] Read More

How Should I Prepare for a Tornado?

Adam Murray – August 12, 2019

“It’s a twister! It’s a twister!” I think we can all take a powerful lesson from Dorothy in the classic movie, The Wizard of Oz. Poor Dorothy was on her way home, trying to outrun a tornado that was sweeping across the field near her house. While her family wisely made it to the storm […] Read More