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By Emma Greenwood It is so exciting when your child takes his or her first step, but one thing you may not have considered is that suddenly everything in your house becomes a potential danger. More than a third of child injuries and deaths happen at home. READ MORE >>

By TE Cunningham Small business owners are asked to wear many hats when managing their companies. Perhaps one of the most difficult is evaluating and deciding on the correct coverage for the business. There is no question a company needs general liability insurance and likely other options s... READ MORE >>

By Charlotte Richter February is Small Business Month, and starting a small business or any entrepreneurial endeavor takes a lot of time, effort and resources. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), 99.9% of businesses in the US are small businesses. Do you have an idea for your own company? READ MORE >>

By Anna Demetree When an incident happens, and you’re relying on insurance to cover your losses, how will you know how much you’ll be paid for your claim? Insurance companies use several methods to determine the coverage amount, including replacement cost and actual cash value. READ MORE >>

   By Emma Greenwood   To successfully grow a crop, you have to have the right amount of sun and the right amount of rain. You have to guard against insects and other pests. Hail storms, lightning strikes and unseasonable freezes can also destroy a farmer’s hard work.  READ MORE >>

By Evan Parsons   In today’s world, there are too many news stories of tragic events caused by natural disasters and severe weather. From the fury of Hurricane Katrina to the California wildfires, disaster can strike anytime, anywhere. When these natural disasters occur, tragic incidents may follow: READ MORE >>

By Charlotte Richter   Midwestern weather is an anomaly in and of itself, but the region is especially susceptible to freezing rain. Both the National Weather Service and FEMA issue ice storm warnings when an expected ¼ of an inch of ice or more is forecasted. READ MORE >>

By Anna Demetree   Think about how often you drive each day. Whether you’re going to work, the grocery store, shopping or picking someone up, you rely on your car to take you wherever you need to go. READ MORE >>

  By Bailey May   In this day and age of technological advancements, the need for cybersecurity is increasing for any business. What is cybersecurity? In its simplest sense, it is the measures put in place to protect the technological systems and data of your business.   READ MORE >>

By TE Cunningham Car insurance minimums are set by the state in which you live. You can find them on your state’s insurance commissioners’ website. (Kansas here) Driving without insurance is not legal in most states. READ MORE >>

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