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Are You Sure That The Personal Property Is Fully Accounted For?

When was the last time that you looked at or updated your personal homeowners insurance policy? Have you made upgrades to your property, purchased new art or jewelry? Do you know what value your property is currently insured for? Have you taken into account the current market more importantly the major increases in building and […]

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PREVENTING FREEZE UP – FROZEN & BURST WATER PIPES

Article from Philadelphia Insurance Cold weather freeze-ups can cause vital fire protection systems to malfunction. Cold temperatures can cause sprinkler piping to burst resulting in major water damage to buildings, contents, and equipment. Pipes bursting can also impair automatic sprinkler systems and leave a major portion of your facility without fire protection. A fire during

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House Bill 315

 By the Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Investors Association 02/12/2013 Our Elected Representatives Are At It Again! Courtesy of the Property Owners Association, this is an alert that there is yet another attempt to start the process of rent control and increasing tenants’ power. House Bill 315 Contains Provisions Harmful to Landlords This bill has a number

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Cyber-Bullying:

   Enclosed is a great article written by  Lanier Upshaw Risk Managers. A study by the Workplace Bullying Institute in 2010 revealed in a U.S. workforce of 200 million people, 37% allege they were the victims of cyber bullies. This means for every ten people, at least three have been the victim of cyber-bullying. What is

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