Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc

Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc
Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc is listed in the Insurance category in Wethersfield, Connecticut. Displayed below is the only current social network for Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc is:
30 Jordan Ln
Wethersfield, CT 06109
(860) 563-0942

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Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Baldwin Insurance Agency Inc has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Wethersfield, Connecticut is 39 and in the Insurance category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Personal Catastrophe Planning The prevalence of major catastrophes such as tornados, floods, and hurricanes drive home the point that personal catastrophe planning is an essential part of any personal risk management program. Catastrophes, whether natural or man-made, can strike individuals and families at any time without warning. You should develop a comprehensive disaster plan that addresses the following nine items. 1. Identify hazards in your home, such as frayed wires or large amounts of gasoline stored in the garage. Hazards should be reduced as much as possible. 2. Learn first aid and CPR skills, which can lessen injuries after they occur. 3.Make certain your children learn your full name, address, and phone number at the earliest possible age. 4. Develop an emergency evacuation plan. For example, you should work with family members to establish escape routes and rehearse these periodically. 5. Establish a disaster meeting place and an outside family contact. For a sudden emergency, a location right outside the home should be arranged. Consider designating a friend or relative in another city as a common contact through whom the family can communicate if separated by a disaster. 6. Keep an adequate water storage supply to use in the event you become stuck in your home. Several days’ worth of bottled water should be stored in a cool, dark location. 7. Prepare a food supply, including canned meats, fruits, and vegetables. You should include a manual can opener and disposable utensils and plates along with the food. 8. Store emergency supplies, such as a first aid kit, flashlights, batteries, prescriptions, and a lantern. 9. Prepare a portable pet disaster supply kit for pets, including dry food, potable water, and proof of vaccination. Proper identification on the pets is essential. 10. Practice, modify, and maintain the plan every 6 months.

Take Steps to Prevent Dog Bites Did you know that dog bites cause nearly 800,000 injuries requiring immediate medical care in the United States each year? This statistic is based on a study conducted by the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. If your dog bites someone, you can be held legally liable. (Fortunately, this loss is normally covered by your homeowners policy.) However, there are steps you can take to reduce or prevent dog bites, including the following. 1. Carefully consider dog breeds prior to selecting a pet. Some breeds have worse reputa-tions than others, and a veterinarian can help you decide which breeds might best fit your lifestyle. Note that some insurers will not insure you for homeowners insurance if you have a breed that is viewed as more dangerous than others, such as a Pit Bull. 2. Spay or neuter the animal as this often decreases the aggressive tendencies of dogs. 3. Seek a veterinarian’s advice quickly if your dog becomes aggressive. 4. Socialize your dog from an early age to encourage appropriate behavior. 5. Never leave dogs alone with small children. 6. Avoid aggressive games with puppies and dogs, such as tug-of-war. 7. Do not place your dog in situations where he or she can be teased or feel threatened. 8. Train your dog to obey commands. There is one other loss exposure concerning dogs you should consider. You may face liability claims if your dog gets out into the road and causes or contributes to an auto accident. Home-owners can be sued for violation of leash ordinances by allowing their dog to “run at large.” Use a well-maintained and sturdy fence or other safeguards to reduce this exposure. Get more personal lines insurance and risk management tips and ideas from IRMI. Copyright 2008, International Risk Management Institute, Inc.

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