October 2011

Should I Consider Computer Crime Coverage?

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October 28th, 2011

Businesses today rely heavily on the use of computers to manage their internal operations.  Placing customer orders, inventory control, accounts payable to name a few.  In addition, online banking has become an easy and efficient method of bookkeeping.  Unfortunately, it could potentially make a thief’s job easier too; that’s why computer crime coverage is essential» Read Full Article

Your Trunk’s Essentials: An Emergency Kit

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October 21st, 2011

It’s smart to keep an emergency kit in your trunk, especially during winter months. Here are some items we’d suggest putting in your emergency kit: a blanket extra boots and gloves an extra set of warm clothes extra water and food, including hard candies (sucking on a hard candy will prevent your mouth from getting too» Read Full Article

10 Simple Ways to Get Your Car Ready for Winter

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October 20th, 2011

Even Wisconsin residents used to winter’s cold and freezing temperatures can benefit from a few winterization tips. Here are 10 simple ways to get your car ready for winter and stay safe. Get the right kind of oil change. Replace your windshield wiper blades so you can see clearly. Give your battery a little TLC. Make sure your» Read Full Article

Wisconsin Concealed Carry Law-Businesses Should Be Educated

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October 14th, 2011

Is it better for a policyholder to permit concealed weapons and enjoy the immunity provided by the state statute?  Or is it better for a policyholder to prohibit concealed weapons and sacrifice that immunity? We have been asked whether R&R Insurance Services plans to issue a specific recommendation to its policyholders to answer this question. » Read Full Article

3 Common Mistakes of Accident Investigation

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October 12th, 2011

There are three common mistakes we find companies making when it comes to their accident investigation: Lack of training on why the accident investigation form is important; Poor accident investigation forms; and Lack of follow-through on valuable information gleaned from the accident investigation. This quick video explains these three common mistakes of accident investigation. Poor» Read Full Article

Don’t Veer for Deer!!!

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October 7th, 2011

Every year, one and a half million collisions with deer kill close to 150 people and cause more than $1 billion in vehicle damage.  Most collisions happen in the fall, when deer are in the rut or mating season.  The odds of colliding with a deer this season for a Wisconsin resident is 1 in 97 – the state» Read Full Article