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"U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood called on Thursday for a federal law to ban talking on a cell phone or texting while driving any type of vehicle on any road in the country." ~Reuters


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Why "One and Done" Doesn't Work in Insurance

Posted by Roeding Insurance on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 in Home / Auto, Business

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"One and Done" may work in sports but with insurance, it's not the best strategy.
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Office Depot Leather Desk Chairs Recalled

Posted by Roeding Insurance on Monday, April 23, 2012 in News / Announcements, Home / Auto, Business

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If you purchased a chair from Office Depot between January 2002 through December 2008 for your office or personal use, please note that they are recalling 307,000 of its Brand Biella leather desk chairs. The weld connecting the seat plate to the gas lift can fail, causing the chair to separate from the base. This poses a fall hazard to consumers.


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Morgan County Fiscal Court Receives KACo Dividend Check

Posted by Roeding Insurance on Monday, April 23, 2012 in Public Entity

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Roeding Insurance-Public Entity Group’s Sue Porter along with officials from the Kentucky Association of Counties presented Morgan County Judge Executive Tim Conley with a check for $3,161.86 this month. The check represents a dividend payment to the County from the KACo Workers Compensation Fund, which provides workers compensation insurance coverage to county governments and other political subdivisions across Kentucky. KACo insures 113 of Kentucky’s 120 counties through the Workers Compensation Fund.


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Carroll County Fiscal Court Receives KACo Dividend Check
Roeding Insurance-Public Entity Group, along with officials from the Kentucky Association of Counties, presented Carroll County Judge Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomlinson with a check for $8,449.23 this month.
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Gallatin County Fiscal Court Receives KACo Dividend Check
Roeding Insurance-Public Entity Group, along with officials from the Kentucky Association of Counties, presented Gallatin County Judge Executive Ken McFarland with a check for $4,743.31 this month.
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March 2nd, 2012 was the day tornadoes hit the KY/IN area and will forever be embedded in the minds of those who were affected by those horrific storms. The following column was written by Keven Moore, Director of Risk Management, to remind all of us that prevention is the best cure for the “Not Me Syndrome.”
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It Could Happen to You!

Posted by Roeding Insurance on Thursday, April 19, 2012 in Public Entity

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Earlier this week the City of Dixon, Illinois discovered that one of its most trusted employees, City Finance Officer Rita Crundwell, embezzled $30 million of taxpayer money. A theft of that magnitude will undoubtedly create massive hardship for Dixon’s budget and may cost the jobs of valuable employees. The best way to prevent such hardship is to make sure your government entity has the proper controls and the proper coverages in place. Contact our Public Entity Division today and we will be happy to help ensure that your public entity is properly protected.


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"Stay in touch with FEMA" is the message federal and state officials here are stressing to Kentuckians affected by the recent tornadoes. Applicants need to stay in touch with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and update their contact information as it changes.
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Superstitions and Your Insurance

Posted by Roeding Insurance on Friday, April 13, 2012 in Home / Auto

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In the spirit of Friday the 13th and the unlucky superstitions about the day, I thought I’d look at some superstitions that we’ve probably all heard over the years and see if there would be coverage for any of them with your insurance policies. *Of course, as always, check with your licensed agent about your specific policy coverages.*
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