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November 22nd, 2017 by Biondi-Franklin Insurance

Staying Safe in the Woods

Autumn is a beautiful time to enjoy the Great Outdoors. It’s also a time to use extra caution because it is hunting season in much of the United States. Recreation.gov recently posted safety tips for both hunters and non-hunters. One prominent tip for anyone in the woods this season is to wear hunter blaze orange. For non-hunters, the article says it’s wise to make yourself... Read Article

Halloween Safety Tips for All Ages

Halloween adds a spark of life to a time of year that’s traditionally dead: flickering jack-o’-lanterns lighting up the dark, dressing up in costumes, running around after dark for candy.   At the same time, while we’re celebrating and making memories, the holiday comes with its own set of safety concerns.   When kids are out trick-or-treating, they’re more at risk to be hit by a... Read Article

Life's Little and BIG Surprises

You can’t run around saying, “The sky is falling” every time life throws a curve ball your way. Keeping up with the speed of life is hard. Whether you’ve met your perfect match, are expecting your own chickadee or getting ready to fly the coop for the first time, it’s important to talk to your ERIE Agent. Here are three scenarios to chirp about. 1. My... Read Article

Zombies and Insurance – An Unlikely Duo

With all the buzz around the new season of AMC’s The Walking Dead, what if a literal zombie apocalypse happened tomorrow? While it’s highly unlikely that zombies will really take over, it’s good to know that insurance is there to protect you when things go wrong, like a telephone pole falling on your house or your TV getting fried by an electrical surge. Check out... Read Article

Pumpkin Carving Safety

According to an article published by Consumer Reports, hospitals and emergency departments see four to five times more hand injuries during the month of October than usual. The most common hand accidents and injuries are related to pumpkin carving. For many, carving pumpkins is an annual tradition. However, pumpkins can be slippery, tough and difficult to work with…let alone create a design on. This Halloween,... Read Article