Many insurance companies and many policy options exist, so it’s important you find the correct coverage to suit your needs. But, buying without expert advice often means that you’ll end up paying more money for less coverage. Here are just a few reasons why working with an independent agent offers you more. Saves Time An […]Continue Reading Benefits of Working with an Independent Insurance Agent
Many people choose an insurance company based on convenience. If your parents use a particular company for car insurance, you might use them too. If you buy a house, your real estate agent might recommend someone and you may rely on their judgment without much consideration. Of course cost is important. You may do your […]Continue Reading 5 Reasons To Combine Your Home & Auto Policies With One Agency
Summer is a great time to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine with family and friends. On National Family Fun Month, we want to share with you some fun ideas on what you can do with your family. Today we are going to focus on family picnics. There are many inexpensive and fun way to […]Continue Reading Looking For Some Family Summer Fun?
We all know we’re supposed to eat them because they are healthier, but WHY are they healthier? Let’s look at some of the benefits from eating our fruits & vegetables.Continue Reading WHY we should eat our Fruits & Veggies
Not everyone has kept their New Years Resolutions this long into the year. That’s why we want to celebrate National Nutrition Month and keep the healthy times going!Continue Reading Celebrate National Nutrition Month!
Did you know that the City of Hope uses more blood and platelets than any other major medical center in Southern California?Continue Reading Donate Blood to City of Hope Today!
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Let Partee Insurance retire your American Flag wand present you with a new flag to help show your patriotism.Continue Reading Retire Your Flag at Partee Insurance
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHA), was established requiring covered employers to provide safe working conditions in the workplace. Covered employers are required to post the OSHA 300A summary form. In California, employers who are covered by the Cal/OSHA regulations are required to post the annual 300A summary form beginning on February 1 through April 30. The summary form must be signed and certified by a company executive. Post the form in a common area where all employee notices are posted.Continue Reading Cal/OSHA Recordkeeping Posting Reminder!
As summer draws near, you may face a blackout from heavy winds, thunderstorms or power system overload. You could even be dealing with a power outage caused by a car running into a utility pole as thousands of customers of CL&P in East Hartford, Conn., did on April 22Continue Reading Don’t be Caught Off-Guard in a Power Outage
The national average auto insurance premium is $927.58, and all of the most expensive states for auto insurance have average premiums that are higher than that.Continue Reading New Jersey the Most Expensive State for Auto Insurance
Last Wednesday we brought you the top 10 most dangerous vehicles by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). This Wednesday, we bring you the top 10 safest vehicles!Continue Reading IIHS Gives Top 10 Safest Cars to Drive
Did you know that you can get other insurance policies besides home, auto, health, life, etc.? Celebrities in particular are acutely aware of such policies as many of them have had some interesting things insured over the years.Continue Reading Celebs Insure the Darnedest Things
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has issued a new report on the 10 vehicles with highest ‘death’ rates in an accident per 1,000,000 registered vehicles.Continue Reading What are the Top 10 Most Dangerous Vehicles?
Each year OSHA (Federal) publishes the top 10 most frequently cited violations to alert employers about these commonly cited standards so that they can take steps to eliminate and correct the hazards in the workplace. The following is a list of the most frequently cited violations from worksite inspectionsContinue Reading OSHA’s TOP 10 MOST FREQUENTLY CITED VIOLATIONS
Employee theft costs businesses an estimated hundreds of billions of dollars each year. “Business owners spend a significant amount of time and resources protecting their business from a variety of risks, whether it’s liability for their products or services or severe weather,” said Helen R. Savaiano, president of management liability at The Hanover Insurance.Continue Reading Save Your Business From Employee Theft