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Tips for sanitation in the age of coronavirus By John Fisher and Steve Heiden

Clean door handles and other high-touch areas frequently. While it may be impossible to prevent infection from the new coronavirus, you can take steps to minimize the risk of COVID-19 illness in your home or office. ...

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Go out and play, but keep one eye toward home security

Make sure windows have a secure lock. Good weather gives you opportunities to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors. It also gives some unscrupulous people the opportunity they are looking for to burglarize your...

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Before hurricane watch turns to warning

By Marty Skidmore Make a hurricane emergency plan ahead of the storm. The Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 to November 30 each year. Residents of Atlantic and Gulf coastal areas should have a plan in place for...

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Keep children safe at your home pool By Steve Heiden

Swimming pools are an attractive hazard for children. Make your home pool as safe as possible, and never leave children unattended.Every year nearly 300 children under the age of 5 drown in swimming pools in the United...

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Personal insurance: Trends in construction costs By Mandelyn Gerhart

Material and labor costs are both contributing to higher construction costs. Reconstruction cost – or replacement cost – is the cost of hiring a contractor to replace your home as it is, using materials and design of...

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Halloween: Tips to make your celebration a treat By Cincinnati Personal Lines

Don’t be tricked by liability issues! Keep Halloween safe for family and guests. As you and your family bring out the Halloween decorations and prepare for parties and trick-or-treaters, take time to evaluate the...

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Don’t let foodborne illness be unwanted guest at your BBQ By Cincinnati Loss Control

Summer is a great time to enjoy food and drink with family and friends, but summertime outdoor cooking also invites an unwanted guest – the threat of foodborne illness. Whether at a family picnic, a barbecue at a park,...

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If a tree falls, who’s responsible? By Marty Skidmore

Storms are just one cause of downed trees that damage property.Fallen trees and branches are a significant cause of damage and power loss after a thunderstorm rolls through. But if a neighbor’s tree falls on your...

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Online shopping: Tips to reduce risk By Mike Williams and Matt Johnson

Whether you’re using a computer or a phone, be cautious when shopping online. The explosive growth each year in online holiday sales means shoppers need to be extremely diligent in making digital purchases. While Black...

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ASSIGNMENT OF BENEFITS: THE LEAK IN PROPERTY INSURANCE THAT’S COSTING FLORIDA HOMEOWNERS THOUSANDS

When a hurricane comes through Florida it’s like a burst pipe in a home. It’s a major event everyone pays attention to that can leave a lot of damage – fast and furious. But there’s something else going on in Florida...

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