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Three Important Conversations To Have With Aging Parents

Our parents spend years caring for us, teaching us, and guiding us from infancy to adulthood. Once adults, we can make our own decisions, plan for our future, and care for our self and our loved ones. Sadly, over time our parents may reach a stage where their own health, mobility, finances, and living situation may require them to make major life changes. While it may be difficult for adult children to discuss these sensitive topics with their aging parents, it is absolutely critical to make sure our loved ones have the safety, care, and support they need to thrive in their senior years.

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Written by Adam Miller
Why A Property Inventory Is Essential For Homes and Businesses

Disasters can strike at any time and their unpredictability, combined with the damages they cause, leads to major issues for homeowners, renters, and businesses. Although catastrophic events can never be fully prevented, there are proactive measures that can be taken to reduce damages and expedite recovery times. One prime example is having a property inventory for personal or commercial assets.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Reasons Why College Students Need Quality Insurance Protection

Homeowners, renters, and business owners are often reminded of the importance of having personal and commercial insurance coverage. However, college students are some of the most vulnerable victims when disaster strikes, and are rarely protected with quality insurance coverage. Sadly, college students have little financial recourse when their possessions are lost or damaged by severe weather, or when they are victims of accidents or injuries on campus.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Improve Ladder Safety For Homeowners and Businesses

Although handy for home improvement projects and construction jobs, ladders are one of the most dangerous pieces of equipment found in homes and businesses. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, over 43% of fatal falls in the home involve the use of ladders, while in the business world, ladder falls account for 20% of all falls on worksites, and over 80% of falls in the construction industry. Their instability, combined with frequent misuse, makes ladders a dangerous piece of equipment to use if not handled safely.

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Three Steps To Better Financial Protection In Retirement

Studies have shown that a growing number of Americans reach retirement age and find themselves ill prepared financially for retirement, and they are forced to remain in the workplace for far longer than anticipated. Often, they fail to foresee future living and health expenses and do not save enough, or they make financial mistakes that impact them for years. For those not yet near retirement age, there are proactive steps that can be taken now to have more financial security and be able to enjoy retirement instead of dreading it.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Top Four Things Thieves Target During The Summer

While summer can be a busy time for families as they plan vacations and road trips, it can be an even busier time for thieves looking to steal what they can from residential properties. In almost no time at all, and with very little effort, criminals can quickly make off with hundreds and even thousands of dollars worth of personal property. Today's blog post looks at the top four things thieves target on residential properties during the summer months.

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Written by Adam Miller
Four Ways To Keep Your Home Safe From Thieves

The holidays are a time to gather with family and friends, celebrate family traditions, and exchange gifts with loved ones. Unfortunately, after the holidays is the busiest time of the year for home burglars, robbers, and vandals. Too often individuals and families are completely unaware of all the ways they can make themselves a prime target for thieves looking for a quick robbery of electronics, high-end toys, art, luxury clothes, cars, jewelry, and cash.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Home A Danger To Visitors?

Homeowners welcome a wide variety of people into their home, such as relatives, friends, neighbors, and even service workers and contractors. Although owners often strive to make their home warm and welcoming, they may be unaware of hidden dangers that threaten the safety of their visitors. In today's blog post, we look at some of the most dangers to your home's visitors. Hopefully proactive steps now can prevent injuries and reduce potential liability for homeowners in the future.

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Written by Adam Miller
Protecting Your Home During Hurricane Season

Although summer is coming to an end, the reality is that we are still only halfway through the hurricane season, with tropical activity still possible through November 30. Since Houston has such a close proximity to the Gulf Coast, residents still need to be vigilant about protecting homes from hurricanes, tropical storms, and other severe weather events.

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The Top Three Threats To Texas Rental Properties

Purchasing and renting out a home or vacation property has become a popular way for Texans to secure additional income while also retaining ownership of valuable real estate. However, there are risks for any homeowner with rental property as accidents or damages can occur at any time, threatening the home structure as well as assets in the home. In today's blog post, we'll look at the three most common threats to Texas rental properties and how rental property owners can protect themselves and their investments with quality insurance coverage.

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