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Caring for Aging Relatives: Financial Responsibilities

A growing number of Americans have had to make decisions and plans regarding the immediate and long-term care of their retired or elderly loved ones. Medical advancements have greatly improved life expectancies, and as a result, many more senior citizens are thriving well into their 70's, 80's and 90's. However, there is a higher risk of liability for senior citizens living on their own, or even with other relatives, due to their increased likelihood of injuries, falls or accidents.

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Written by Adam Miller
Caring For Aging Relatives: Housing Decisions

In the last 50 years, medical breakthroughs and technological advancements have helped extend the overall lifespan for men and women, leading to larger numbers of people living well into their 80's and 90's. As a result of parents and grandparents living longer, a growing number of adult children are tasked with caring for their relatives or making arrangements for their long-term care.

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Three Insurance Mistakes New Business Owners Should Avoid

Business owners know that there are a variety of obstacles to overcome in order to achieve success and growth in their business. In addition, businesses must avoid common pitfalls and mistakes that have doomed other businesses, such as hiring the wrong people, buying poor quality equipment, or choosing the wrong location for their office or storefront. In today's blog post, we'll look at three insurance mistakes that all new businesses should avoid, to ultimately help their businesses achieve future success.

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Don’t Leave Home Without Renters Insurance!

Recent studies have shown a dramatic increase in the number of adults between the ages of 21 to 35 still living with their parents. The most common causes for this increase include difficulty in finding a job after college, rising housing costs, and large student loan debts. However, once they have secured jobs or paid down some of their outstanding debts, these young adults are eager to move out and find places of their own. Unfortunately, many of these individuals do so without the financial security of Renters Insurance.

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Written by Adam Miller
Common Distractions For Teen Drivers, Part Two

In our previous blog post, we looked at the top two distractions for teen drivers and how these distractions can quickly prove dangerous and even deadly. Parents should be aware of these driving dangers and temptations for teen drivers so they can encourage and teach safer driving habits. In the second part of this blog series, we'll look at three other distractions teen drivers should avoid to keep themselves, their passengers, and other drivers safe on the road.

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Written by Adam Miller
Common Distractions For Teen Drivers, Part One

Getting a driver's license marks a rite of passage for many American teenagers. While a driver's license may mean independence and freedom for teen drivers, it generally marks the beginning of a stressful and anxious time for parents as they watch their children learn how to comfortably navigate city streets, freeways, and traffic.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Top Three Winter Sports Safety Tips

Although Houston typically enjoys milder winter weather, there are many in our city that enjoy traveling to snowy parts of the country to ski, snowboard or participate in other winter sports. Although winter sports can be thrilling and invigorating, they can also be dangerous, regardless of the person's experience on the snow. Before venturing to a snowy winter destination for skiing or snowboarding, check out these three important safety tips to keep you and your loved ones safe.

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Should I Review My Insurance Annually?

The start of a new year is always a perfect opportunity for personal and professional introspection. This gives people the chance to establish goals, reviews successes and failures, and implement changes for future improvement. It is also the ideal time to review financial decisions and protections for the future, including insurance coverage.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Increase Business Safety In The New Year

Business owners are constantly striving to increase their customer base and revenue streams to stay competitive in the Houston marketplace. However, business owners also face the reality of needing to make their workplace safer for the company, the employees, and clients. Unfortunately, a growing number of businesses face threats from thieves, hackers, disgruntled employees, or irate customers. It is prudent for companies to take proactive steps to increase their safety in the New Year.

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Four Ways To Have A Healthier 2015

As a new year begins, it's common for people to reflect on the past year and make resolutions for improved personal health. Unfortunately, many of these resolutions are broken after just a few months, weeks or even days. Not all New Year's resolutions have to be major undertakings – they can be simple, attainable goals and changes that can result in positive outcomes. In today's blog post, we'll look at four simple ways to have a healthier 2015.

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