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The Advisor from Allen Insurance Group for April-May 2016

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The Advisor

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April-May 2016
ReminderJust in case you didn’t know……..
We want to remind you that Allen Insurance Group can provide coverage for all types of policies for you personally, for a business and for employee benefits.

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Prom Night

Prom night is an exciting time for our teens. I’m sure you can still remember your own prom night. Every parent wants their teen to carry those memories with them for a life time. However, prom night can also see more tragic defining moments – serious car accidents involving teens who are distracted or even under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Here are some tips that can help keep your teen safe. Also, please share this video from the Insurance Information Institute with your teen for another reason why they should not drink and drive.

– Encourage your teen to follow these general safe-driving rules:

o Absolutely no alcohol

o Always use seat belts

o No cell phone use (including texting) while driving

– Make sure you know what’s going on for the evening, as well as who else will be with your teen. You should get contact information for everyone.

– Have a way to contact your teen at all times. You might want them to check in with you once or twice over the course of the evening.

– Set a curfew, whether they are coming home or staying with a friend. If they are staying somewhere else, make sure the curfew will be enforced by a responsible adult.

– Discuss with your teen how to handle difficult situations, such as facing peer pressure to drink or accepting a ride with someone who shouldn’t be driving. It’s a good idea to give your child money for a taxi just in case.

– Offer a "no-questions-asked" ride home, should they need one during the night. If you are worried about your teen driving consider alternate transportation, such as a car service or limo.

Prom is a special time in your teen’s life. A little bit of common sense will go a long way toward making sure your young adult is around to enjoy the other milestones that are sure to come.

Tree in House
Whose homeowner’s insurance covers the damage?
Our clients are often surprised to learn that a neighbor’s fallen tree that does damage to their Home, Garage/Shed, Fence or Auto is covered by their policies and not their neighbors.

Learn More About Fallen Trees

Homeowner’s Inventory
When a claim occurs involving your home, will you be able to recall your possessions?

What is in the back of the kitchen cabinet?

What was in that closet/dresser drawer?

We recommend that you stand in each room, open all the doors, cabinets and drawers and take photos. Our insurance department also publishes an inventory list that would be very helpful. These photos and/or list should be kept off premises.

This information can be very valuable should you have a serious Homeowners claim.

DE Insurance Dept – Inventory List

Privacy Notice
This notice will also serve as your annual Privacy Notice that we are required to send each year by Federal regulation. The notice is available on our website at or you may call our office

302-654-8823 to request one be mailed to you.

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