Restrict access to your credit by locking it down, or freezing it. It can be easily accomplished as outlined by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
For many of us, summer is a time of relaxation, vacation, a chance to take a break from the work grind. Unfortunately, weather never takes a vacation.
Did you know more than 3,300 people die and 300,000 injured each year in crashes related to distracted driving?
We hope winter storms avoid you and calamity finds its way around you, but should you find yourself in a claim situation, be sure to take the following steps:
Hurricanes can leave you vulnerable to major losses, as most home and business insurance policies will not cover flooding from certain storm circumstances. Hurricanes typically stretch 300 miles, so the spread of damage can be drastic.
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicle is encouraging motorists to “get real.” Beginning on Oct. 1, 2020, a standard New York State driver’s license won’t be enough to get on even a domestic flight, and although that is more than two years away, the DMV is encouraging residents to get ahead of the game.
If a tree falls in the backyard, do you make a sound? Who is responsible when that large elm tree from a neighbour’s yard crashes on your house?
Fire is a major cause of loss to homeowners and businesses alike. While the video clip has a humorous tone and happy ending, it does not always end up so comical.
We are experiencing frigid temps here in the NY Metro region. Most of us are faring well, managing to bear the brunt of winter, even if we cannot laugh in its face.
The recent storms that wreaked havoc in Texas and Florida captured the heartfelt attention of our nation. We encourage everyone to contribute to the relief effort of their choice. We are all Americans pulling together for one another.