Bicycle safety is challenging enough when it comes to worrying about the hazards of the roadways, but when you have to worry about whether your bike will come apart or not, it’s time to take notice.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a product recall for a brand of touring bicycle that has been reported to have the forks separate from the steering mechanism.
Harrell and Harrell recommends that even if you don’t own this type of bicycle, you should always inspect your bike before you ride and ALWAYS wear a helmet.
Learn about more safety recalls
If you live anywhere in the southeast or these days along the east coast, then you know that the 2009 hurricane season is underway.
For the past three years, hurricanes have caused over one billion dollars in damage each season. Tragically, every year residents mistakenly assume they are safe from this threat.
First and foremost, people should never assume they are immune from hurricanes and should always take precautions. And many of these precautions need to be taken long before a storm even approaches. One of these precautions includes maintaining a good insurance policy and understanding what it covers.
In recent years, insurance companies have modified, rewritten or canceled hurricane policies with such frequency that it can be almost impossible to keep up with what you actually have. What homeowners seem reluctant to grasp however, is that insurance companies aren’t in the business of protecting your home, they are first and foremost in the business of MAKING MONEY.
This storm season, Harrell has put together a short list of the 5 Most Important Things to Look for in Your Insurance Policy When it Comes to Hurricane Coverage. We invite you to contact us to learn more and ask us any questions you may have.
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