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  • Fall Back an Hour on Time but be Aware of Night Driving Dangers

    IT’S HALLOWEEN WEEKEND AND WE SET OUR CLOCKS BACK AN HOUR Nov. 2 is the date to set your clocks back an hour. With Halloween falling on the same weekend, seeing the kids out Trick or Treating reminds us about the dangers of driving at night. Here are some tips to help you stay safe on the road. LONGER […]

    October 31, 2014

  • Control your home losses keep your insurance

    Everyone in Oklahoma knows about insurance damage. We have more than our share with hail, tornadoes, ice, wind, earthquakes, wildfires and flash flooding. We all kind of live on the edge with Mother Nature wondering just how many hits our insurance company is going to take for us! We can work with you to advise […]

    April 8, 2014

  • Data Breach: Just the Facts!

    NEWS HEADLINES SHOUT: Data Breach at Facebook, Linked In, XYZ Bank or other large business but small businesses are increasingly becoming victims of data breach involving the compromise of customers sensitive information leaving the businesses liable for their clients identity theft. Businesses are also having their confidential information breached.  Trusted relationships with clients can vanish overnight […]

    July 2, 2013

  • Insuring Income- The Lifeblood of Your Business

    Living in Oklahoma and experiencing extreme weather first hand, most of us know that homes and businesses can be gone in a flash or that we can lose power for days or weeks due to power lines being down. If someone were to ask you if you had a catastrophe plan for your business, however, […]

    December 12, 2012

  • What You Don’t Know about Disability Insurance Can Cost You!

    Long-term disability insurance is the forgotten insurance Most people know the importance of auto, homeowners, health and life insurance. For some reason, disability coverage which replaces lost earnings if you can’t work, tends to be ignored- until you need it. A recent article in Bloomberg Businessweek cited a government studies showing that a 20-year-old worker […]

    August 3, 2012

  • What’s your Disaster Plan or do you have One?

    Here’s a startling figure: 75 percent of American households are at risk for some type of disaster. Equally as startling is that relatively few have done much to prepare for a disaster. We are all busy. Life is hectic. What is your family’s plan in the event of a disaster?? It’s worth taking a minute […]

    July 20, 2012

  • Business Owners Seek Win-Win Choices for controlling Employee Benefit Cost

    Health care reform and controlling employee benefit costs may not be the most interesting topics of conversation but we seem to be having them more often with business owners these days as they seek ways to control benefit costs without sacrificing coverage that is desirable to their employees. The high cost of health insurance is […]

    June 20, 2012

  • Before, During and After the Tornado

    Oklahomans know that May weather in our state can be a wild ride. Only in Oklahoma will you find that the local weather forecasters have achieved a type of “star status”! We all love them and follow their forecasts and social media posts. Where else would weather apps be so popular and storm shelters be […]

    May 18, 2012