Today's blog: Can you remember the last time you wrote a handwritten thank you card instead of sending an email or a text message? There is something magical about getting a letter in the mail and Jeanne tells us on the blog how she wishes more people took the time to write thoughtful thank you letters!
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Today's blog: Have you ever looked closely at the papers your insurance provider sends you? John goes over what a few of the common terms mean on the blog today.
Today's blog: Attorneys fees, contingency fees - these are a few of the things you'd hear if you were part of a litigation case. We go over today what a 'legitimate' cost should be.
Today's blog: Do you have standard flood insurance? Here are a few tid bits on what it does and does not cover for you and your family.
Today's blog: Last week, Kylee participated in our annual day of bell ringing with the Salvation Army and learned that a little bit of kindness can go a very, very long way.
Today's blog: Did you know that the average adult breathes about 25,000 times per day? Well, the World Health Organization recently stated that the basic act of breathing is killing over 7 million people a year - and harming billions more. Read the blog today to find out how this affects us locally and what the elected officials can do to stop this.
Today's blog: What's the first thing you crave when it starts to snow? For Jenn, it's soup! She shares a few of her favorite types today on the blog.
Today's blog: During this season of thanks and giving, Jim Heneghan tells a personal story of how important it is to reflect on the little things that make our loved ones extraordinary.
Today's blog: Recently, in the case of Swanger v. Warrior Run School District , the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania addressed the duty of school officials to warn third parties of potential harm.
Today's blog: You have seen it before, sometimes a closer call than others: A tractor-trailer combination that had been stopped on highway shoulder attempts to pull back onto the highway from a stopped position or slow rate of speed.