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Teens are new drivers. They lack necessary skill and experience behind the wheel. Everyone has to learn, but the process requires some extra effort today. This is why many state governments put restrictions on teen drivers. If you are a parent, you should know what these laws are and why they matter. READ MORE >>

We make it our business to know the exposures you face so we can create coverage specifically tailored to those needs.  Our property – casualty insurance offers special coverage unique to Child Care Centers. We can help you get the coverage in places that you need, at a fair price. READ MORE >>

Nobody likes to think about getting into a car accident, but it can happen to any driver at any time. Taking time in advance to think through the steps to follow after an accident can help keep you and your passengers safe and simplify the process of filing an insurance claim. READ MORE >>

Effective this Wednesday, June 20th, Brandi Sisson will be leaving her Account Manager position at the Agency to work in her husband’s family business. We are very sad to see her go and thank her for all of her hard work and dedication to our team and clients. READ MORE >>

Our collective hearts are heavy having to announce the passing of Paul Barone. Paul was much more than an EMS partner and the Emerling Agency president—he was our friend. A really great human being. Paul was held in high regard professionally by everyone who knew him. READ MORE >>

As a parent, you work hard to provide for your kids. You would do anything for them. So, its critical that you protect your children’s future by maintaining a life insurance policy. It provides a way for you to secure their financial stability if something were to happen to you. READ MORE >>

Fallen trees and branches are a significant cause of damage and power loss after a thunderstorm rolls through. But if a neighbor’s tree falls on your property and causes damage, who is responsible? In most cases, it’s your homeowner policy that will cover the cost of the damages, subject to the policy’s coverage language. READ MORE >>

Whether you haven't cracked a book since college, or finish one a week, it’s a good idea to start reading business books. They're cheaper than going to conferences and you can refer to them over and over again.  Here are some top reads when it comes to small business: 1. Crush It! READ MORE >>

With the rise of mobile device usage, distracted driving is a significant problem.  Here's a look at some alarming statistics: Each day in the United States, approximately 9 people are killed and more than 1,000 injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver. READ MORE >>

As a sole proprietor, you work very hard to build and maintain your business. It goes without saying you want to protect it. Yet, you may not have enough business insurance. A survey from McKinsey & Co. looked at the rates of coverage in 2016. It found that about 40 percent of small business owners do not have enough insurance. READ MORE >>

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