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  • Winter is Coming, Are You Prepared?

    Winter is Coming, Are You Prepared?

    Stephanie Natzke, personal lines advisor, will walk you through your auto policy options and can help identify potential gaps in coverage.

    Winter is just around the corner, and with the change of seasons comes an increased risk of severe weather and hazardous driving conditions. Preparing yourself and your vehicle before venturing out is the best way to ensure that you and your passengers arrive safely. “Now is a great time to review your auto policy to make sure you’re covered in the event of an accident,” explains Stephanie Natzke, personal lines insurance advisor with Brown & Brown. “Gaps in coverage can create big headaches so identifying those before something happens is key.”

    The article below highlights some helpful tips for getting you and your car ready for winter. For more information, contact a Brown & Brown advisor at 810.629.1566.

    Preventing Slips & Falls in the Workplace

    Thomas Rupp, benefits advisor, is available to assist you in determining the best healthcare coverage for your new or established business.

    Slip and fall accidents are a leading cause of injury across many industry segments including health care, manufacturing, retail and general office environments. Parking lots and sidewalks can quickly become unsafe, especially during winter months, if regular maintenance is not performed. But these hazards don’t stop at your business’s front door. “Snow and water tracked indoors during winter can make entrances, reception areas and stairwells extra slippery, significantly increasing the likelihood of interior slips and falls,” says Jason Vandeberghe, commercial advisor with Brown & Brown. “Creating a company culture where every employee is watchful for these conditions is a great way to help reduce the risk.”

    For more detailed information on the steps your organization can take to help prevent slip and fall accidents, click on the link below. And to discuss your commercial liability coverage, contact a Brown & Brown advisor at 810.629.1566.

    What’s Next for the Affordable Care Act?

    Thomas Rupp, benefits advisor, is available to assist you in determining the best healthcare coverage for your new or established business.

    With the 2016 presidential election now decided, many individuals and businesses are left wondering, “What lies ahead for the Affordable Care Act?” The short answer: It’s too soon to tell. Throughout his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump vowed to repeal Obamacare, but making good on that promise may be easier said than done. “Healthcare reform is likely to see a substantial overhaul under the new Republican-led administration,” explains Thomas Rupp, benefits advisor with Brown & Brown. “While we don’t expect many changes over the next several months, our team of benefits experts is always looking toward the future and will continue to work with our clients to get them the healthcare coverage that best fits their needs.

    The following article looks at the future of national healthcare reform. To discuss your benefits coverage, contact a Brown & Brown advisor at 810.629.1566.

     

    Recognized for Outstanding Customer Service

    The Fenton Regional Chamber of Commerce recently recognized Brown & Brown of Michigan with its Outstanding Customer Service Award. The award is presented quarterly to businesses throughout the community who go above and beyond for their customers. Recipients are nominated and voted on by members of the Chamber’s Ambassador Committee. “At Brown & Brown, our agents and employees genuinely care about our clients and strive to build long term advisory relationships,” said Eileen Evans Jankowski, personal lines manager. “While we certainly did not expect this recognition by the Chamber, we are truly humbled and appreciative.”

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