Category: Safety


  • 7 Ways to Get Your Car Ready for Fall

    Car care tips to keep you safe on the road this autumn As we head towards the winter months in Washington, increased rain and fewer daylight hours bring new safety concerns for drivers. We’ve compiled a list of basic maintenance and preparation you should consider to ensure that your fall driving is as safe as […]

    September 14, 2017

  • Back To School Safety

      Everyone looks forward to the first few days of school; meeting old friends, getting new clothes and finding the seat in the new classroom, all create an excitement this time of year. But as you get your kids ready for school we want to remind you of a few safety tips. Make sure your […]

    September 5, 2017

  • You Just Got Sued For A Social Media Post

    A Friday Harbor Personal Insurance and Safety update A Texas jury has awarded a wedding photographer more than $1 million after determining a newly married couple unhappy with her work launched a social media campaign to post falsehoods about her. The Dallas County jury found Friday that the campaign against Andrea Polito amounted to defamation. […]

    August 30, 2017

  • Are You Ready to Buy That Boat You Have Always Wanted?

    Watercraft Insurance and Safety You are in the market for a boat and you would love to buy one at the next boat show.  But which boat is the right one for you? It’s hard to know, especially if you’re a first-time buyer. A boat is a big investment, so it is important to do […]

    August 19, 2017

  • Information on E-DUI, the new driving law in Washington State

    New Driving Law Coming to WA July 23

    Washington’s tough new driving law aims to get all drivers off of their phones and focused on the road. Here’s some information about it, so you can avoid a ticket:

    July 20, 2017

  • Summer Can Be Risky for Everyone

    A Friday Harbor Personal Insurance and Safety update Summertime means more of us are heading to the pool, lake, ocean, or river to relax and have fun.  Unfortunately, these activities can lead to accidents and injury.  Summer also brings increases in heat related illness and teen driving accidents, according to PC260.com. It is also important […]

    July 16, 2017

  • Boating Safety Will Increase Your Fun This Summer

    In 2015, the Coast Guard counted 4,958 accidents that involved 726 deaths, 2,813injuries, and approximately $42 million dollars of damage to property because of recreational boating accidents.  Where cause of death was known, 76% of fatal boating accident victims drowned. Of those drowning victims with reported life jacket usage, 85% were not wearing a lifejacket.  […]

    June 7, 2017

  • Common Problems When Buying Flood Insurance

    A Friday Harbor Flood Insurance Update Few people understand how flood insurance works.  Nonetheless, when you need it, flood insurance can go a long way to help you recover from a loss.  Insurance is all about understanding risks, and not every business or homeowner is equally at risk for flood losses.  Having flood insurance means […]

    April 19, 2017

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    Hidden Costs of a DUI

    Auto Insurance Update Driving drunk is dangerous to you and others on the road. A DUI will cost you much, including the loss of your insurance. But the loss of your auto insurance may be the least of your worries. The financial toll of a conviction will play out for years to come, and in […]

    September 9, 2016

  • Summer Can Be Risky Business For Your Family

    San Juan County Personal Insurance Update With the summer months approaching, now would be a great time to review your homeowner’s and personal insurance program.  There is a large spike in auto accidents during June through August.  We offer a free review to assess your insurance needs, and we can recommend needed San Juan County […]

    July 13, 2016