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Disasters come in all shapes and sizes, from natural catastrophes like a hurricane, flood or wildfire, to man-made events such as civil disorder or a terrorist attack. But one thing is certain—a disaster can devastate your business if you’re not properly prepared, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I. READ MORE >>

Arson DECEMBER 2013 UP FRONT An investigation by Scripps Howard News Service found that arson cases are vastly underreported to the U.S. READ MORE >>

FIRE LOSSESGreat strides have been made in constructing fire resistant buildings, reducing the incidence of fires and improving fire suppression techniques. However, in terms of property losses, these advances have been somewhat offset by increases in the number and value of buildings. READ MORE >>

A free mobile disaster preparedness app from the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) delivers checklists, communication tools and vital safety tips to prepare users for hurricanes, wildfire, severe winter weather, earthquakes and other disasters. READ MORE >>

How fire-safe is your home? An inspection of rural homes last year in three states most afflicted by house fires showed that 80 percent did not have a smoke alarm in every bedroom. Even in our mild Central Texas winter, we use fireplaces and small heaters more often, and increase the risk of accidental fire and burns. READ MORE >>

At Evans, Ewan & Brady Insurance Agency, we want a safe and happy holiday season for all. The combination of fireplaces, candles, Christmas trees, children and pets can make our homes more accident-prone this time of year. Tree Safety READ MORE >>

Did you know that more than half of all fatal home fires occur while people sleep?   Smoke detectors save lives. That’s why every home or apartment needs more than one smoke detector. Smoke detectors give you extra minutes to get out of your home because they know about the fire before you do. READ MORE >>

Putting your life together is difficult after any traumatic event, but after a fire it can be especially challenging. Not only will you need to deal with the emotional aftermath of the event, but you also need to organize the belongings that you have which are salvageable while arranging a place for your family to live for as long as it will take to make your home livable again. READ MORE >>

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