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  1. How Will You Vote on Amendment 69 This Fall?

    by pmartin

    Category: Our Blog

    This November, we will be voting to amend the constitution to change healthcare in Colorado. Here are four reasons from Coloradans for Coloradans to vote no on Amendment 69. Huge New Tax Burden. Amendment 69 will raise $25 billion in new taxes to fund a massive government-run health care system – —a figure that almost […]

  2. Colorado Division of Insurance Announces Significant Changes to the Individual Market

    by pmartin

    Category: Health Insurance

    According to Colorado’s Division of Insurance, the following changes to the Individual market are effective January 1, 2017: Humana and United Healthcare will no longer be offering Individual plans in Colorado in 2017. Rocky Mountain Health Plans will be exiting the Individual market in all counties EXCEPT Mesa. Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield is […]

  3. Inspect Your Deck

    by pmartin

    Category: Home Insurance

      As the weather warms up, relaxing on an outdoor deck can be a great way to spend time with friends and family. However, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors estimates that only 40 percent of the 45 million decks in North America are safe. Use these tips to inspect your deck and keep […]

  4. Protecting Employees from Summer Workplace Hazards

    by pmartin

    Category: Our Blog

    Summer in Colorado presents its own distinct workplace safety challenges. In Colorado, the intensity of the sun is greater many other states and it can be especially hazardous to your health. Many workers, especially those who work outside, are at risk for injuries ranging from severe sunburn to heat exhaustion. It’s important for you and […]

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  5. When Jewelry Disappears

    by pmartin

    The following story is from an actual insurance claim: It was early November in Colorado and the heavy snow had made the parking lot icy and snow packed. Sarah was leaving her office for the day and while walking to her car, she slipped on the icy curb and fell.  As she got up, she wiped […]

  6. Auto Insurance Minimum State Requirements

    by pmartin

    Nobody wants to pay more than they have to for anything.  Picking the smallest package or option available can be a good way to save money, but not always. When you buy a car you have the option to get the base model, the limited or something in between.  While you may not actually NEED […]

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  7. Protecting Your On-Board Art Collection

    by pmartin

    Category: Our Blog

    A yacht is unlike any other venue for displaying art. It moves constantly, and it passes through various climates and political boundaries. As a result, keeping your collection on-board presents a unique set of challenges. We’ve compiled the following recommendations to help you lessen the chance of accidents and other preventable losses. Improving security On […]

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  8. How to Prevent Slip, Trip and Fall Injuries

    by pmartin

    How to Prevent Slips Trips and Falls in the Workplace Slips, trips and falls are one of the most common workplace injury claims no matter what time of year, and wintry conditions can contribute to an even higher incidence of these injuries. Although this year we have not seen much snow (yet) remember that it’s almost […]

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  9. When I get a new car, when should I call my Agent?

    by pmartin

    Category: Auto InsuranceOur Blog

    When you a purchase a new vehicle, there are a lot of opinions thrown around when considering  the right time to call your insurance agent.  Some companies need you to call within 15 days.  Some companies say 30 days.  The dealer where you bought the car probably gave you his opinion. Bottom line is, coverage […]

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