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Plan to weaken protections for recalled rental cars draws fire

"The U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee unveiled a plan that may roll back protections consumers get when renting cars with potentially lethal safety defects."

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Take precautions in your home

Residential Fire Safety week provided by UFG.

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Please don't text and Drive

Safety Week provided by UFG.

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Location, location, location: Higher property values increase potential catastrophic losses

"U.S. property values for residential, commercial and industrial properties continue to increase faster than GDP growth and the general rate of inflation"

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Spring Break Tips!
#SpringBreak2015 has arrived! Whether you're off to check out the Space Needle in Seattle or hitting the beaches of #California, remember to be safe on the roads. 

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The 11 rules every homeowner needs to follow when creating a home inventory

"Imagine trying to list every possession you own, along with each item’s worth, after your home has been destroyed by fire or a natural disaster." Take a complete inventory this happens to you.

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Winter has begun, here comes the freezing!

Now is the time to take preventative steps to protect your organization from freezing conditions by utilizing PHLY's POINT system. Visit to watch a video on preventing pipe freeze and subsequent water damage. You'll also find other winter weather checklists and tips that you can download to help your organization.

#freezingpipes   #waterdamage   #damageprevention

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Fracking and Insurance: Here's What It Means for Homeowners Coverage

State and local governments will continue to address fracking as it develops. In the meantime, homeowners in some states face changing landscapes – and changing risks.

#fracking   #frackingconcerns   #homeownersinsurance

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The 4 Things Homeowners Misunderstand About Flood Insurance

From 2008 to 2012, the average residential flood claim amounted to more than $38,000, according to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Yet most consumers don’t know what they can do to protect their homes and belongings against a flood event. To read the more about protecting your home, click the link below.

Heavy rains, overbuilding and antiquated sewer systems can make flooding a problem just about anywhere. Make sure you're protected.

#homeownersinsurance   #floodinsurance   #flooddamage
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