Tag: Rocky River Travelers Insurance Agent

Preparing For Winter

Wintertime and winter weather can be tremendous fun, but cold and snow can also pose danger. Slippery roads, downed power lines and tree limbs, and freezing cold temperatures all bring an added measure of suspense to our daily activities. There are simple steps you can take that will take the chill off your wintertime experience. In your car. It is not enough to throw a...

Password Protection

Internet security firm Imperva of Redwood Shores, Calif., recently analyzed 32 million passwords that were exposed in a security breach for an online company in December 2009. They not only identified the most common passwords, but also suggested effective methods for creating secure ones. The hacker in this 2009 breach only posted the members’ passwords to the Internet, and was more interested in exposing the...

Rental Car Coverage

The warm weather is just around the corner, and for many of us, so is our summer vacation. Some of you will use your own vehicle and drive to your destination, while others will choose a rental vehicle for the trip, or take some other form of transportation to the destination and rent a vehicle for use while there. Whatever your situation, you need to...

Tenant’s Improvements to the Premises

A common circumstance surrounding commercial leases involves the tenant making alterations, or improvements to the rented premises. A strip mall retail location could be used for many different types of tenants. It is unreasonable to assume that the premises is already set up to handle any type of tenant from a clothing store to a restaurant. For example, a new tenant might have to build...

Water, Water Everywhere

To avoid swimming in damage, keep water in its place By Kim Kaercher Reprinted from Erie Sense Magazine – March 10, 2010 There’s nothing like waking up at 2 a.m. to the sound of running water. Not the relaxing sound of ocean waves or tropical waterfalls on your sound machine, but the whoosh of water pouring through your roof during a late night rainstorm. Trust...