Best Practices For a Safe and Reliable Carpool

Best Practices For a Safe and Reliable Carpool As summer winds down and the kids get set to go back to school, here are some tips to keep in mind if for a successful carpool.  The two primary goals in any carpooling arrangement are Safety and Reliability. Here are some of the BEST PRACTICES to […]

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Bodily Injury x Two… What’s Up With That?



Bodily Injury x Two… What’s Up With That? Bodily Injury to Others is not one of the most exciting topics to write a blog about, but it is a question we get asked about a lot: why are there two charges for Bodily Injury to Others on a Massachusetts Auto Insurance policy? Part 1 of […]

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7 Scams to Avoid When You Travel!

7 Scams to Avoid When You Travel! Have you ever received one of those emails or phone messages that pretend to be from a relative in distress while on vacation or away from home, who urgently needs you to wire them some money? It’s one of the most common travel-related scams out there, but there […]

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Earthquake Insurance – Should I or Shouldn’t I?

Earthquake Insurance – Should I or Shouldn’t I? It’s a question we frequently get asked and one we can’t decide for you. Virtually every homeowners insurance policy excludes damage to your home from an earthquake. (But it will cover a volcano!)  In order to get earthquake insurance, you have to purchase it as an endorsement […]

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Umbrellas – For More Than Just a Rainy Day!!

Umbrellas – For More Than Just a Rainy Day!! Imagine what it would be liked to be saddled with a debt you can’t clear for the rest of your life. I know of people in exactly that position after a disastrous incident, and it’s not because they weren’t insured. It was because they didn’t have […]

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April is Safe Digging Month!

April is Safe Digging Month! Remember when you bought your house? At the closing, you signed stacks of papers, perhaps not paying too much attention to what each one was. There is a good chance that one or more of them was allowing an easement to your local gas or electric company…they have underground lines […]

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Turn on Your Headlights – Or Else!

Turn on Your Headlights – Or Else! The Massachusetts Legislature has passed a new law that takes effect on April 7, 2015. First, motorists are now required to turn on their headlights whenever they turn on their windshield wipers. Second, drivers are now required to turn on their headlights when visibility is reduced to 500 […]

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