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Summer Safety

  • June 2nd, 2017
  • John Hemmerling
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Summer Time = Road Trip Time Nothing says summer fun like an annual road trip taken with great friends and family. We are fortunate to live in a place where the options for fun in the sun are limitless. A surprising and sobering statistic is that more fatalities occur during…

The W5 of Settlement of Your Personal Injury Claim

Many clients (and potential clients) have questions regarding settling their personal injury claim. While some claims will not be able to be settled and will need to go to Trial, the vast majority of claims will be resolved by settlement either outside of, or as a part of, the Court…

Liability Insurance for Motorcycle Riders

It seems that riding season is arriving early this year and it’s time to renew the plates on my motorcycle. My friend and I were discussing insurance costs and he suggested that it didn’t make sense to get over the bare minimum liability insurance for a motorcycle since it’s motorcyclists…

Am I At Fault For Hitting a Deer?

During the fall and winter, wildlife – especially deer – seem to be in abundance while foraging for food along our highways.  This presents a danger to drivers using area roads. In addition, deer are primarily nocturnal animals, which make them that much more difficult to spot. So, if you…

Winter Is Coming – Get Your Vehicle Ready!

The days are getting shorter, the air is colder and it’s time to start thinking about winter driving.  The best way to stay safe on the roads this winter is to avoid driving in winter conditions altogether. But, if you have to drive, drive smart and be prepared.   Before the…

Money Saving Tip: Get Collision Coverage!

When getting insurance for the first time or renewing your insurance you may be considering the real value of collision coverage. Collision coverage can be included in your yearly premium or you can opt out of this coverage. So, is collision coverage worth it? The idea of saving today often…