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Cold Weather Warnings: Keeping Your Pipes Warm During Frigid Temperatures

  Cold temperatures are here to stay for the next couple months. With temperatures in the teens and even lower, the likelihood of frozen pipes increases greatly. Here are some tips for keeping your home—and your pipes—warm this winter. •Make sure everyone in your house knows where to find the main water shut off valve, […]

Avoid Griswold-like Disasters This Holiday Season

  I don’t know about you but Christmas is one of our favorite times of year, especially when the Christmas tree is up and the neighborhood is full of lights. Here are some tips to keep you and your family safe while decorating the inside, and outside of your house this holiday season. -Pick your […]

Honoring Veterans Through Proper Flag Care

  Saturday November 11th is Veterans day, a day designated for honoring all veterans who have served our country. For many of us the American flag is a symbol of our great country and the men and women who fought for our freedom. Did you know that there is an official flag code that outlines […]

Umbrella Insurance :How the Patriots Can Teach Us More Than Just Football

  Some of you may have heard about the car accident that Patriots rookie Harvey Langi and his wife were recently in. While we at Bright insurance are big Patriots fans that is not the only reason why we are bringing this up. By showing this picture we are hoping to start an important insurance […]

Safety at Work: Keeping Your Employees Safe on the Job

If you’re a business owner, you understand the importance of maintaining safety on the job. If an employee gets injured on the job, it not only impacts that person, but also their co-workers and the company as a whole. The National Safety Council has designated June as National Safety Month. Read the following suggestions to […]
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Protection for the Ages: The Top Safety Risks and Prevention Tips by Age

    June is National Safety Month, which focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in homes and communities. Preventable injuries are the 4th leading cause of death in the United States, right after heart disease, cancer and chronic lower respiratory disease. See the following top risks […]

Take the “Ick” out of Ticks! Avoiding Ticks this year in Holliston!

  This winter, Massachusetts enjoyed warmer than usual weather. While we may have enjoyed it at the time, experts are saying this year will be especially bad for ticks and mosquitos. Many of them were able to survive all winter long. If the thought of ticks gives you the creeps, we’ve compiled some tips for […]
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Not Just Another Set of Wheels — Protecting Your Classic Car

Owning a classic car is a significant investment, and like most investments, requires protection. While insurance policies on typical cars are commonplace, policies on classic cars are rarer. Here is some information you need to know if you have a classic car that you need to insure. What is a classic car? : Most insurance […]

Protect Your Personal Property Like A Super bowl Champ

This February, many New Englanders received expensive rings. Some rings were the result of an engagement, while others were of the championship football team variety. When acquiring expensive jewelry or other items, consider whether you need to add additional coverage to your homeowner’s insurance policy. A standard homeowner’s policy limits coverage on unscheduled jewelry to […]

Co-signer Beware Don’t Leave Student Loan Debt to Chance

There are many reasons why people consider life insurance, including student debt. In 2016, the average college student graduated with $37,172 owed in school loans. Once you factor in interest, the payments average over $200 a month. College loans can be overwhelming to recent graduates, but can be even more overwhelming to their families if […]