Jonathan Geissler May 17, 2019 No Comments

Camping Safety in the Hudson Valley

June is National Camping Month, and we can’t think of a better time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors! Below are some tips to help ensure your camping trip is safe should you venture out this summer: Cover all bases. Prepare for your camp outing by checking the weather report, learning about your […]

Jonathan Geissler April 22, 2019 No Comments

Protect Your Summer Fun

Consider boat or watercraft insurance during the riskiest time of the year.   Whether you’re on the road or on the water, accidents happen. Summer is a season of fun and leisure; a chance to enjoy long weekends with friends and family. But it’s also the riskiest season of the year. In the same manner […]

Michelle Dixon April 18, 2018 No Comments

Going Out on the Water? Take Boating Precautions!

Bodies of water are the second most common scene for accidental deaths in the United States — after highways. Boaters must always be alert to floating debris, underwater rocks, and other boats or you could easily get yourself into a dangerous situation. Here are a few guidelines to follow to improve your safety while on […]

Jonathan Geissler July 31, 2017 No Comments

Peace of Mind Well Spent: A Lesson from Ireland

Garrett Durland, fresh off his Ireland family vacation, with an important story and lesson to share with you…   Let’s set the scene.  It’s day two of vacation in Ireland, where you drive on the left hand side of the road and shift your manual transmission with your left hand — from the right seat!  I […]

Jonathan Geissler June 28, 2017 No Comments

Protect Your Home During Summer Vacation

Summer – that time of the year to get away for a much-needed vacation! It’s also that time of the year you leave your home unattended for a few days, or sometimes weeks. Before you head out, make sure that you mitigate the risks that come with leaving your home unoccupied for an extended period of […]

Stuart Durland April 17, 2012 No Comments

Avoid Barbecuing Yourself and Home, Grilling Safety

The NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) states there are about 475,000 total structures lost to all fires. The dangers of grilling result from burns, carbon monoxide poisoning, or lacerations. According to the United States Fire Administration, each year there are around 5,000 Americans injured because of charcoal and propane grill fires. Nothing spoils a cookout quicker than […]