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Holiday Policy Language: Thanksgiving 2019

It’s that time of year again. It’s a time when millions of us will take to the air or to the road and travel to visit with our families and give thanks for all of the blessings that we have. …

Holiday Policy Language: Thanksgiving 2018 edition

Since Thanksgiving is this week, I feel compelled to thank you for reading this blog. I have to thank one person in particular for talking (volun-telling?) me into writing this blog. When I started, I didn’t know what direction it …

5 Things Not to do This Thanksgiving

This post is part of a series sponsored by PersonalUmbrella.com A burnt-to-a-crisp turkey served along a side of political discourse is just one potential disaster your insureds might face this Thanksgiving. Help things go without a hitch by sharing these …

My Thanksgiving Homeowners’ Policy Wishlist

If you’re like me and my family, you might need a little reminder of where we are in the calendar year. Thanksgiving is this week in the U.S. That’s your reminder. You’re welcome. By now, you’ve stopping thinking about insurance, …

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on Why Thanksgiving is the Most Dangerous Holiday

This post is part of a series sponsored by PersonalUmbrella.com. Thanksgiving begins a wonderful season, but it’s also the most dangerous holiday of the year. Is it because it careens by in a flurry of activity and we’re all more …

What Do Thanksgiving and Climate Change Have in Common?

You have to be either strange or bored to Google the phrase, “What do climate change and Thanksgiving have in common?” So I did. Believe it or not I got results, and found that there are at least two things …

I.I.I. Advises Thanksgiving Party Hosts on Limiting Liquor Liability

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of holiday season and for many that means party time. But hosts who serve alcohol should take steps to limit their liquor liability and make sure they have the proper insurance, according to the Insurance Information …

State Farm: Texas, Illinois, Ohio Top 3 States for Thanksgiving Cooking Fires

If you live in Texas, Illinois or Ohio, you’re more likely to experience a cooking fire on Thanksgiving Day than those in other states. That’s according to claims data from Illinois-based State Farm Insurance. More cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving …