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As we mentioned in our previous post Protecting Yourself and Your Business from Spring Storms, in addition to protecting your personal and business assets, it is even more important to protect yourself and other people in the event of a severe storm or other dangerous weather event.
Three key actions you can take now to be prepared for severe weather at home and at work include keeping a Go Bag handy, having adequate survival supplies available at your home and place of business, and creating a communication plan for your family and employees.
February is Black History Month here in the United States, and as such, we at Kemner Iott Benz would like to take a moment to honor some of our nation’s greatest black leaders. From Fredrick Douglas to Dr. Martin Luther King to Colin Powell, our most treasured black voices have not only inspired us to achieve our own personal best, but they’ve taught us valuable lessons on how to succeed as well. Here are some of the greatest tips on how we can all be our best from honored black American leaders throughout the years.
What if you’ve experienced the loss of some or all of your possessions, either through a theft, fire, or natural disaster? How can you file a homeowners insurance claim as quickly and easily as possible? Kemner-Iott Agency has some great tips to help you through this process.
Immediately Report the Incident to Authorities
What if you needed to find an important document, such as your cell phone contract, will, or child’s birth certificate without warning? Could you find it quickly, or would you have to search? What if you had an accident and a friend or family member had to find your important medical records for you? Would they be able to find them easily, or would they have to dig through your desk or kitchen drawers?
Christmas time is here, and you’re buzzing like a happy Who. Your house is decorated, your cookie jars are full, and there are piles of special gifts under your tree. But what if you aren’t sure how to keep those gifts protected? How can you keep the Grinches of theft, accident, or fire from stealing your Christmas?
Most of us enjoy the annual tradition of Thanksgiving with families and friends, but participating as a guest is quite different than hosting such an event. If you haven’t hosted a large gathering before, you may wonder if you’re up to the task.
Thanksgiving is a joyous occasion, but can also be fraught with unpleasant accidents. Turkeys and decorations that catch fire, falls on icy porch steps, and illness from improperly cooked food can be, unfortunately, a few of the hazards of an improperly planned holiday. Staying safe this Thanksgiving won’t take a huge amount of work – just follow these simple steps to keep your holiday celebration on track and free of accidents or illness.
Do you ever wish people were more kind, or that your workplace was a little kinder? Many of us do, including a coalition of nations that founded the World Kindness Movement (WKM) in 1997. WKM is all about making “our world a little kinder, one day at a time.” Many countries observe this day, including Canada, Japan, Australia, Nigeria, and United Arab Emirates.
Halloween is over, but many of us still have pumpkins on our porches or inside our homes. Don’t toss them, use them! We’ve discovered some very creative ideas for your left-over Halloween pumpkins.
1. Dine on Pumpkin Delicacies
Kemner-Iott Agency and Benz Insurance team members are proud of their employee-owned company. Not sure what that means? For Kemner-Iott and Benz Insurance, it means that our employees receive stock ownership in the company. They feel a responsibility for the success of their company.