Conversations About Driving with Aging Parents

There are currently more than 23 million licensed drivers aged 70 and older, and with baby boomers beginning to reach 70 years of age, the number of seniors on the road will rise steadily over the next two decades.


A new survey released by Liberty Mutual Insurance finds that the majority of senior drivers are behind the wheel regularly,


Who’s at Fault When a Tree Falls on Your Car?

When a large tree limb falls or an entire tree tips over, your car can suffer serious damage.

In some instances, this damage may be covered by your auto insurance policy. In others, it may be covered by the insurance policy of the property owner.

But in the event that the damage isn’t covered by insurance,


Safety Tips to Keep Kids in the Game and Out of the Doctor’s Office

Football, soccer, cheerleading and volleyball are popular fall youth sports activities. As kids settle into the new school year, they’re also excited to hit the field again. To help reduce the risk of common injuries, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) offer safety tips to keep kids in the game and out of the doctor’s office.


Top Reasons to Get Life Insurance

Many people, especially the younger generation may think that life insurance is not for them but that should not stop you from reviewing your choices and maybe even settling on a policy that gives you peace of mind. You never know what is coming at you so here are a few reasons to think about getting life insurance.


How to Deal with Houston’s Aggressive Drivers

Aggressive drivers speed, drive too fast or carelessly, change lanes without warning, cut off other vehicles, tailgate and pass in ways that endanger others. Aggressive driving likely causes “a substantial number” of the 6.8 million crashes that occur every year on American highways, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says. Everyone is aware of aggressive drivers,


Health Care Industry Shifting from Volume to Value

The health care industry is shifting its focus from volume to value, rewarding health care providers who offer higher quality, more efficient care. The goal is a transition from an outdated model focused on symptoms to one focused on the patient, improving overall population health through disease prevention and customized care.

 Many health systems are adopting new technology to enable this evolution.


Teens in Cars – How to Keep Them Safe

No one starts their day anticipating getting into a car crash. But it only takes one time to be riding in a vehicle without buckling up for a life to be changed forever. Motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of teens in the U.S.  Fatalities are split almost equally between teen drivers and passengers.


Choosing Health Insurance Wisely

Is there anything more important than your health? Certain people believe that money has kept them alive but in fact it’s their health that enables them to earn and live a life they always wanted. In a world like this, health insurance is a necessity. The ones who get health insurance at work are extremely lucky and have one less thing to worry about in life.


4 Simple Steps to Prepare for an Emergency


Preparing for an unexpected emergency, especially one brought on by severe weather, is one of the most important ways you can protect your home and family. Proactively addressing storm-related issues ranging from property damage to power outages can minimize a potentially disastrous situation.

Step 1: Verify Your Homeowners Insurance Covers Storm Damage

Nearly all homeowners carry some form of insurance on their home,


Loss Control Insurance – You & Your Insurer

Loss control, according to IRMI, is a ‘risk management technique that seeks to reduce the possibility that a loss will occur and/or reduce the severity if it does occur; also known as risk control or safety. Driver training programs are loss control programs that seek to reduce the likelihood of accidents occurring. Sprinkler systems are loss control devices that reduce the severity of loss by fire.’

The world we live in today is not the way it used to be,