The Daily Staple
Learn more about the latest insurance industry news, tips and trends with our blog, The Daily Staple. We cover a wide range of topics that we think you will find useful whether you are an individual, a business, or an employer.
At Stapleton Insurance Group, we are committed to providing you with the information you need to confidently protect what matters most.
As the holiday season is upon us, Stapleton would like ensure you are properly protected as you celebrate. Here are some tips to consider for your insurance needs to help keep you safe and covered:
Federal agencies and state officials are warning the public of a new phone scam that’s increasing in popularity. Unfortunately, scammers are taking advantage of the legitimate method of contract tracing and preying on people’s fears over the COVID-19 pandemic to catch them off guard.
As the temperature begins to drop, the risk of damage due to cold weather increases. With Fall officially here, now it a great time to start preparing to winterize your primary or seasonal home:
Did you know that a home burglary occurs every 26 seconds, with an average loss of $2,799?
Plus, most home burglaries occur during daytime hours, when thieves expect you to be at work, school or running errands. Even the safest neighborhoods can be targets for intruders. Help secure your home with these tips…
Once your teen receives their learner’s permit, be sure to get in the car with them as they practice. You should take this time to offer them guidance, while also setting crucial rules about traveling with passengers and driving at night. State rules vary on night driving and passenger restrictions for teen drivers are surprisingly lax considering the evidence around the hazards, so it’s important to adopt your own rules.
Email is a powerful and convenient communication method that we use every day. However, email is also a favorite tool for fraudsters, so it’s important to know how to recognize fraudulent email activity, also known as “phishing.”
Renters insurance provides protection against both property loss and liability in the event that you cause injury or property damage. To learn more about what that means, we’ve covered some basics about each.
When the weather warms up, it’s the perfect time to get out on the water. While boating is one of summertime’s best outdoor activities, it’s important to take safety precautions to help prevent accidents and injuries. Here are 8 tips to keep your friends and family safe while you’re on the water.
DO YOU OWN A HOME, CAR, OR HAVE PERSONAL INVESTMENTS?
The more personal investments and assets you have, the more likely you are to be sued. Those with higher net worth are more susceptible to losses above and beyond your regular homeowners or auto coverage.
If others depend on you for financial support, part of your financial plan should include how you will provide for them in the event of your death. To help you decide which option is the best for you, we’ve covered the basics.