Not including boating incidents, on average about 10 people die from drowning every day in the United States, according to Injury Facts the annual statistical report on unintentional injuries produced by the National Safety Council. Pool Safely This Summer: Take the Pledge NSC and the Consumer Product Safety Commission are encouraging everyone to keep water safety top […]
Many household items can be deadly to a curious child. SafeKids.org has many videos and other resources that can help you make your home safe for your children.
The video below, posted by the Insurance Information Institute, details the dangers inexperienced drivers face with real life examples, statistics and tips to prevent tragedy.
This video, published by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, discusses what happens to the human body in car crashes, and what works and doesn’t work to reduce injuries in real world crashes.
This video explains what most policies cover (and don’t cover). Watch and learn about liability, additional living expenses and other coverages in your insurance policy. And discover that protecting your family’s home and belongings with a policy that balances your needs and budget doesn’t have to be a chore.
This Insurance Institute for Highway Safety video explains the physical implications of car crashes, and what makes certain crashes more severe than others.
Lightning can be a dangerous and destructive force of nature. The following video, from the Insurance Information Institute, debunks common myths and offers information that could save lives in the event of a thunderstorm.
Take a moment to learn these tips that may help you in the event your vehicle begins to hydroplane.
Having fun outdoors can expose you to many dangers. Watch the video below, from the Insurance Information Institute, to learn how to keep your family safe.
Dog bites can be a costly and traumatic experience for everyone involved. This video, from the Insurance Information Institute, explains the fundamentals of responsible dog ownership as well as the costs associated with bites.