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Snowmobile Insurance Coverage Basics

According to the International Snowmobiler Manufacturer’s Association, the average snowmobiler covers more than 1,200 miles each year! Though winter may seem to like it’s ages away, now is the time to start preparing for the colder weather. It’s better to prep your life for winter before the snow actually hits. If you own a snowmobile and are planning to use... Read More

Cyber Insurance Infographic Checklist

Make sure that your business is protected from cyber threats! Data breaches don’t just happen to big businesses. Small businesses should be prepared too! Use this checklist to make sure that your business, employees, and customers are protected! If you have any questions or concerns about your company’s cyber safety, you should call your insurance agent to discuss your cyber... Read More

Top Consideration When Buying a Home

Congrats on buying a new house! While shopping for a new home can be an exciting experience, there are some insurance things that you should keep in mind as you hunt around. It may not be the most glamorous thing about buying a house, but insurance considerations are important to keep in mind. If something happens to your brand new... Read More

What’s the Difference Between Personal Insurance and Commercial Insurance?

Commercial and personal insurance have similar traits. They can help protect you and the things you’ve invested in. Whether that’s a property, car, or other valuable, insurance is there to help protect you financially in case something unexpected happens. Though both types of insurance help defend against loss, they serve different purposes. These are some of the big difference between... Read More

Distracted Driving in Amherst & Massachusetts State

Distracted driving is serious, and the problem is not just texting. As a U.S. state, Massachusetts is not free from responsibility. Why are Amherst and the state of Massachusetts at serious risk? What has been done to mitigate the problem in our state? The Problem According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 3,477 people were killed... Read More