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February 2017  Subscribe

Here is your Pekin Insurance® Blog Bytes for February.  

This month, we are offering up tips on how to walk and drive on ice. Also, we are going to expose you to the one peril that is guaranteed to happen at some point that your homeowners policy DOES NOT specifically cover!   On the business side of things, we are sharing ideas for your office workspace, types of business insurance you may need, and how to terminate an employee. 

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Beyond the expected® Blog - For Individuals


 

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Tips for Walking on Ice Without Slipping and Falling
4 minute read 

Winter is upon us. Here are some precautions to take when walking on ice.

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I Was Shocked When I Found Out My Homeowners Policy Didn’t Cover This!
2 minute read

A homeowners policy covers a wide variety of exposures for losses that might happen to our home, but most of those perils will never happen.

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5 Tips for Driving on Black Ice
5 minute read

Driving on black ice may be one of the most dangerous aspects of winter. Prepare yourself with these safety tips.

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Beyond the expected® Blog - For Businesses


 

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How to Terminate an Employee Without Getting Sued
5 minute read
 It's hard enough to terminate an employee, but if you have to do it, learn how to minimize the risk of a lawsuit.

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5 Types of Business Insurance You May Need
4 minute read

If you're a business owner, it's hard to know the different types of business insurance you'll need. Here's a breakdown of the basics.

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Setting Up the Computer Workstation to Fit You
8 minute read 

We humans are just not designed to sit for 6-8 hours a day, in a chair, at a desk, looking at a computer monitor. We really aren’t designed to sit for very long at all without changing position, getting up, and moving.

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  Read More on Our Blog for Businesses

 

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