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Keep the holiday cheer this year by avoiding property & casualty insurance claims.

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The holidays can be filled with celebrations and joy as long as precautions are taken. (Photo: Shutterstock) The holidays can be filled with celebrations and joy as long as precautions are taken. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The holiday season is a joyful time of year, but it can also be filled with unintended consequences.

Criminals tend to strike more often, preying on people who let down their guard — burglaries and thefts of opportunity rise. And, while people enjoy the spirit of the season, they forget to practice common-sense safety or take measures to keep themselves from becoming a victim. As a risk manager, protecting your clients is your priority. Now is the time to discuss their holiday plans and review their coverages to ensure that they’re protected if the worst-case scenario does happen.

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