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It's Me or the Dog!

Posted by Daniel Greene on Friday, September 26, 2014 in Home / Auto

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It's Me or the Dog!
"It’s me or the dog!" No, it’s probably not your spouse or significant other making such a claim, but it could very well be your insurance carrier. Insurance industry sources state that nearly 1/3 of all ...
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Five Fun Activities for Your Family this Fall

Posted by Kaitlyn Rawlings on Friday, September 26, 2014 in Home / Auto

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Kaitlyn Rawlings

Five Fun Activities for Your Family this Fall
With autumn upon us, the time for bonfires, hayrides, and pumpkin spice everything has returned. If you enjoy this time of year as much as we do, you’re probably looking for some fun things to do with your loved ones on...
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Gloria Davis

Catch that Cybercriminal: Four Strategies for Your Business's Preemptive Strike
Cybercrime. It almost sounds like a thriller or a crime drama—but cybercrimes (any crime involving a computer or network) are very real—espionage, terrorism, and fraud are just the tip of the iceberg. With the...
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Keven Moore

Five Tips for Using a Personal Car for Business
As a trained risk-ologist and someone who worked his way through college delivering pizzas, imagine my surprise when my insurance agent told me that my own pizza-delivering son would not be covered if he was involved in an ac...
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Gloria Davis

Rates in the Bluegrass State are on the Rise
Autumn is back, but as the leaves begin falling, rates in the Bluegrass State are rising once again. On October 1, 2014, the new Kentucky Rate will become effective, with a new split point for losses at $13,500 as of this da...
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Fire pits are all the rage, but could become a raging inferno

Posted by Keven Moore on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 in Home / Auto

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Keven Moore

Fall is upon us. Like many of you when the mercury begins to drop, I want to extend my time outdoors by pulling up a lawn chair next to a fire pit and unwind, relax and tell stories listening to the firewood crackle and pop. ...
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Keven Moore

Update to OSHA’s Recordkeeping Rule for Reporting Fatalities and Severe Injuries: Last week, OSHA announced a final rule which updates reporting requirements for employers for work-related fatalities, hospitalizations...
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Keven Moore

Last week, city officials in Lexington announced that the Fairfield Inn in Beaumont Centre has been condemned. That’s the hotel that was partially destroyed by a gas explosion after an elderly man accidentally struck a ...
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Keven Moore

When you hear the term “active workstation,” what comes to mind?   If you are a Generation Z person, you are probably visualizing a prewired Xbox and social media office desk. But if you are a Baby Boomer l...
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Homeowners Beware: Trampolines are Risky Business

Posted by Keven Moore on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 in News / Announcements, Home / Auto

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Keven Moore

As a parent of three grown kids, I know from experience that summer is peak season for trampoline usage in backyards all across America.

The modern trampoline was created by George Nissen in Grand Rapids, Iowa, in 1936, when, as a teenage gymnast, he and his coach created a piece of equipment out of scrap steel and tire inner tubes for his act in the Iowa Hawkeye Circus. This “bouncing rig” gave Nissen the power to leap into a back somersault.
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