Jonathan Geissler September 27, 2017 No Comments

Back to School: An Insurance Checkup

Garrett Explains | Episode 3   Was your child among the millions of students heading back to college this fall? You probably helped them gather everything they need for the semester ahead, but did you also perform an insurance examination? Are your child’s belongings covered? Does your homeowners policy extend to personal belongings away from […]

Michelle Dixon August 22, 2013 No Comments

Back-to-College, Things you Should Know

Already summer is coming to a close and some of our sons/daughters are heading off to college. Many of our students will be departing with thousands of dollars worth of personal items such as cars, laptops, wallets, cell phones, iPods, televisions, text books, clothes, furniture, bikes, and more. Every year personal items such as these are damaged, stolen, […]

Michelle Dixon August 24, 2011 No Comments

Insuring Your Child’s Property While Away at School

Sending a child off to college is a big day for a family, one that shouldn’t be ruined by concerns about whether the valuable items the child is taking to school are insured. When sending your college-age child off to school, he or she usually takes along a computer, television, stereo, DVD player, clothing, possibly […]

Michelle Dixon September 14, 2010 No Comments

Kids Back in School-Time To Save!

Now is a great time to save some money by reviewing your insurance policies for credits you may be eligible for.  In this case we are talking about discounts for kids that have left for college and are over 100 miles away,

Michelle Dixon January 21, 2010 No Comments

Tips to Prevent Theft on College Campuses

Your son or daughter is heading back to college with lots of electronics to include an IPod, computer, TV, Xbox, Play station or WII, cell phones, and more.   Theft has become more common on college campus over the past few years, with over 50,000 property crimes reported annually, as well as more than 1,800 fires.   In Pennsylvania, the state police […]