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Clothes dryer fires can happen when lint from your laundry builds up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct itself. If lint blocks the air flow, it can cause heat to build up, resulting in a fire. In fact, according to the U.S. Consumer Producer Safety Commission, dryer fires account for about 15,600 fires each year. READ MORE >>

Winter in New England comes with snow, ice and other weather that isn’t so nice - like extremely cold temperatures. When temperatures drop, pipes in your home are more likely to freeze. Frozen pipes are a top risk of property damage when the temperature drops, especially in homes that are more than 20 years old. READ MORE >>

As winter kicks into full gear and the snow is building up outside, you may be looking forward to staying cozy and warm indoors. But did you know that half of all home heating fires occur in December, January and February? Home fires caused by heating equipment account for about 15% of all reported home fires each year. READ MORE >>

Winter is right around the corner. That usually means skiing, hot cocoa and lots of snow and ice. Before winter weather hits, it’s important to get your home ready to withstand the harsh conditions. Making home maintenance a priority beforehand can help identify potential problems early and reduce the chance of an insurance claim in the future. READ MORE >>

Nearly one in eight U.S. drivers was uninsured in 2015, putting insured drivers at greater risk in the event of an auto accident, according to a new study. If you get into a crash caused by an uninsured or underinsured driver, you may be on the hook for medical bills if you are injured, or repair costs if your vehicle is damaged. READ MORE >>

Approximately 15 million civil lawsuits are filed every year.  So, if you have a paycheck, then you should have umbrella insurance. An umbrella policy kicks in where your homeowners and auto polices leave off, providing you with extra protection and peace of mind should the unexpected happen and you find yourself with a claim or lawsuit filed against you. READ MORE >>

Your home is where you sleep, where you feel the safest and where you keep your valuables and personal belongings. Yet more than half of homes in the U.S. are underinsured according to estimates by Marshall & Swift/Boeckh. READ MORE >>

We all make mistakes, and sometimes even the safest drivers may get into an accident or two. With second chance accident forgiveness coverage, your first surchargeable accident in any 36-month period will be forgiven. READ MORE >>

You may have purchased a new car this past weekend. According to Consumer Reports, Presidents Day weekend is one of the best weekends to buy a car, with dealers offering steep discounts and deals. Remember, with a new or new-to-you car there is a need for a new auto insurance policy. READ MORE >>

  More and more Americans are choosing to remodel their existing homes instead of moving. It seems like everyone is watching home improvement shows that reveal gorgeous – but costly – renovations. There are a lot of little fixes that can create more value for your home other than a big renovation. READ MORE >>

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