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  • Traveling Safely with Pets

    Traveling Safely with Pets

    Driving safely is a top priority, driving safely with pets is an even bigger priority. Regardless of what type of pet you have or whether you’ve traveled together before, keep these safety tips in mind and practice safe traveling with your pets.

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  • Why You Should Consider An Umbrella Policy

    Why You Should Consider An Umbrella Policy

    Written by Kristen Juracek, CISR Hello again, does everyone have their cup of coffee before we dive into our next episode of Koffee with Kristen?! If not, I’m a patient person go brew that perfect cup and take a seat. Umbrella/Excess Liability Policies First thing you need to know is that an umbrella or excess […]

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  • Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Service and My Auto Insurance Policy

    Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Service and My Auto Insurance Policy

    Written by Kimberly Gibas CIC, CAWC If you’re thinking about renting your car through a P2P car sharing program like Turo or Getaround, and believe that your current insurance policy will cover the car, think again. Most personal auto policies are now being written to specifically exclude peer car-sharing networks. Whether you are the one providing the […]

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  • Is a PPO Health Plan Right for You?

    Is a PPO Health Plan Right for You?

    When signing up for health insurance, it’s easy to get confused by the many options and acronyms. This article talks about the health plans so you can decide which is best for you.

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  • When You May Need an Insurance Checkup

    When You May Need an Insurance Checkup

    We’ve all heard of getting an annual checkup at the doctor but what about with your insurance? The world around us constantly changes and our needs are no different which is why it is important to consult The Dearborn Agency’s insurance checkup list at least once a year.

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  • Tips for Surviving an Extended Home PowerOutage

    Tips for Surviving an Extended Home Power
    Outage

    From snowstorms to tornados, hurricanes or fires – even a downed tree or maintenance that lasts longer than you expected – an extended power outage can put you and your family in harm’s way. Getting through a long period without electricity is a challenge, but with a little advanced preparation, you can increase your chances of remaining safe.

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