Tag: Long Island Homeowners Insurance

Why Choose LPL Risk Management as your Independent, Long Island Insurance Agency?

At LPL Risk Management we pride ourselves in offering the highest quality insurance products and personalized service to our customers. We are committed to maintaining the utmost level of customer service and insurance expertise. We treat each of our customers like a person, not a number. Being an Independent Insurance Agency on Long Island gives us the ability to market your insurance with multiple companies. This...

Holiday Fire Safety, Ways To Avoid Christmas Tree Fires

Approximately 30 million people will celebrate the holiday tradition of buying and decorating a real Christmas tree this year, and thousands more will adorn artificial trees. With such high-value items present, a house fire originating from a Christmas tree can often result in thousands of dollars in losses, even if the fire is localized. Having the proper insurance is the only way to protect the...

Are You Ready For a Long, Cold, Snowy Winter? More Importantly, Is Your Home Prepared and Winter-Proofed?

Many winter-related disasters can be prevented if you take a few simple steps to protect your home from freezing temperatures, snow and wind. And autumn is the perfect time to winter-proof your home, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.). Standard homeowners policies cover winter-related disasters such as burst pipes, ice dams and wind damage caused by weight of ice or snow, as well as...

Labor Day Barbecue Idea: Don’t Get Burned on Your Insurance

While the great menu debate between hot dogs vs. hamburgers will likely rage on for years, one Labor Day barbecue idea is making sure you don’t get burned on your insurance coverage. Here are some statistics from the National Fire Protection Association over the last five years: U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 8,200 home fires involving grills, hibachis or barbecues per year, including...

Protecting Your Home From Brush Fires

The biggest fire in the U.S. took place Oct. 8, 1872 in Peshtigo, Wis. The blaze burned 16 towns, killed 1,152 people, and burned 1.2 million acres, according to the National Fire Protection Agency. Historical accounts of the fire say that it began when railroad workers unintentionally started a brush fire and within an hour there was nothing left of the town but ashes. While...