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Top 10.5 Insurance Acronyms

Posted by Mark Kelly on January 9, 2020

Top 10.5 insurance acronyms! ~ by Mark Kelly, Business Development Manager (TWG Insurance)

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Topics: Insider, Car Insurance, Life Insurance, Business Insurance, Homeowners Insurance

Be Ready! Winter Weather

Posted by TWG Insurance on January 6, 2020

January is here and we all know cold temperatures are rapidly approaching. Here are a few tips from the CDC to get your home and automobiles ready for the winter weather ahead.
Tips to BE READY!

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Topics: Car Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, Preparing Home for Winter

Popping the Question? Get it insured

Posted by TWG Insurance on December 23, 2019

The holidays are upon us, which makes it a popular time of year to ask that special someone to spend the rest of their lives with you. While it may be the last thing on your mind during such a happy time, with great rings come great responsibilities—including engagement ring insurance. What happens if you lose your ring? If someone steals it? If it gets damaged? You don't want anything to happen to that beloved rock. Whether you've left your engagement ring accidentally behind on the beach, lost a stone at the gym, or had your ring stolen, ring insurance can offer financial protection and peace of mind when you need it most. Here are 9 things you need to know about how to get engagement ring insurance.

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Topics: In The News, File a Claim, Homeowners Insurance

Safety Tips for Carving and Displaying Pumpkins

Posted by TWG Insurance on October 21, 2019

Be creative with your Halloween Jack-o-Lanterns, but stay safe. Be sure to review the list of suggestions on how to carefully carve and responsibly display your creepy, cooky or down right masterpiece pumpkin this Halloween.

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance

erie: Winterizing your home checklist

Posted by TWG Insurance on October 7, 2019

The leaves are starting to change outside, which means cooler temps and snow aren’t too far off. Here’s how you can prep your home before the cold weather hits.

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance

Stinging Insect Injury Prevention; Accident Fund Insurance

Posted by TWG Insurance on August 19, 2019

More than two million Americans are allergic to stings from insects like bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets. These individuals are at risk of life-threatening reactions, but even those without a history of allergic reactions can experience a severe response.

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Topics: Business Insurance, Homeowners Insurance

How to Spot Roof Damage After A Strong Wind Storm

Posted by TWG Insurance on April 22, 2019

Strong winds can create stress points on a roof that, over time, can weaken and become compromised. When the shingles lift, the sealant between each layer can be broken, leading to leaks.

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance

Cincinnati Insurance: Keep Your Fire Protection System From Freezing

Posted by TWG Insurance on February 11, 2019

Check out these tips from Cincinnati Insurance...

Fire protection equipment is especially vulnerable when arctic temperatures affect a building. If pipes freeze, a business or school could be forced to close temporarily if life safety cannot be assured. Failure or disruption of these important fire protection systems can also be expensive to repair.

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance

Tips From Erie: Keep Cold Air Out Of Your House

Posted by TWG Insurance on January 28, 2019

Check out these helpful tips from Erie Insurance!

There’s nothing like returning to a warm home when it’s freezing outside. Unfortunately, cold air has many sneaky ways to follow you inside. Good news: There are some quick (and inexpensive!) ways to seal drafts and keep your home toasty all winter long. Here’s a quick list.

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Topics: Homeowners Insurance

Winchester-Frederick County 11th on Forbes list

Posted by TWG Insurance on January 7, 2019


Out of 200 localities on the Forbes 2018 list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers in the United States, the Winchester-Frederick County area ranks 11th, up two spots from 13th in 2017.

The No. 1 ranking went to Sioux Falls, S.D., for the second year in a row.


Patrick Barker, executive director for the Frederick County Economic Development Authority, said the improved ranking is confirmation of the region’s economic success over the past five to 10 years. 

“It’s pretty phenomenal,” Barker said.

Some factors he thinks contributed to the ranking include feedback that the area has a good supply of labor and that the labor force is reliable.

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Topics: Employee Benefits, Car Insurance, Cyber Security, Business Insurance, Homeowners Insurance