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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Putting the safety of your children in other people’s hands can be nerve wracking. While employers do their best to conduct background checks of childcare staff, they often forget to maintain a home crisis plan and train their staff on how to respond in case of a threat.
Social media apps are often developed faster than parents can keep track Continue reading
Studying abroad is a life enriching experience. Thousands of students take advantage of study abroad programs, which have more than tripled over the past 20 years. However, alongside the fun and excitement, come risks.
A growing range of high-tech products are available to help homeowners mitigate risks from water or mold damage in unoccupied, secondary homes. Continue reading
With the popularity of residential solar energy increasing rapidly, homeowners considering the installation of solar panels need to include insurance considerations in their planning.
Once your site is determined and you’ve installed your outdoor sculpture, ongoing care will help you preserve the value of your collectible. After the sculpture is installed, landscapers need to be instructed not to use mowers or weed trimmers the … Continue reading
Fine art, motorcycles, cars and other valuables can be carried and enjoyed on a yacht, as long as precautions are taken against their possible damage or theft, and insurance considerations are evaluated in case the worst occurs.