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Do You Have Enough Coverage to 
Rebuild Your Home?

Imagine how devastating it would be to lose your home in a fire. Now imagine not being able to rebuild it completely because you didn’t have the correct amount of insurance. Selecting the proper amount of coverage is the single most important decision you can make with your Homeowners policy. Without it, you may not have enough coverage to rebuild after a total loss. This...

The Value Of Employee Sick Days For Business Owners

While it can be easy to see how sick days would be beneficial to your employees, they are equally valuable to you as an employer. Taking a day or two off from work affects immediate productivity, but the consequences of employees "toughing it out" and coming to work sick are far greater.  Coming to Work Sick: Why Not to Do It When there's a lot to be accomplished...

5 Tips to Help Your Teen Driver Avoid Parking Lot Accidents in Metairie

Parking lots around Metairie – we love the convenience but hate the frustrations, especially when people are driving too fast, backing out of spots without looking, or otherwise modeling bad parking lot behavior. That behavior just so happens to be the cause of many a door ding and irritated driver. Even worse, careless behavior can cause a collision or injury, especially for new drivers. So if you have...

Why a Home Inventory Is Important

Let’s try a little exercise: Can you list everything you own from memory? Didn’t think so. The fact is most people own more things than they realize. It’s easy to remember the cars, the computer, the TV. But what about that holiday china in the garage?  Or every pair of shoes? All of it is regarded as personal property for insurance purposes. And if your...

Protecting Your Business From The Dangers Of Winter

The winter months bring in weather systems that can lead to heavy property damage as well as a higher incidence of employee illness, power outages, and the possibility of weather-related closures. Sub-zero temperatures can lead to burst pipes and flooding and leave business owners dealing with an expensive clean-up. These dangerous conditions can also increase the risk of employees, customers, or clients slipping and falling...