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There are many benefits to using a fake Christmas tree instead of a real one but safety is not necessarily one of the outstanding factors.  The truth is, the National Christmas Tree Association warns that even flame retardant artificial trees can be engulfed in a fire. READ MORE >>

At Griffin Insurance, we want you to know how thankful we are for you.  Not just at Thanksgiving time, but all year around.  Not just for your business, but also for your friendship.  Your family's safety and security is important to us.  Please take a look at the tips below as we kick off the holiday season. READ MORE >>

Am I covered when I lend my car to friends or family?   If you own a car, chances are you’ve let someone borrow it at least once. But did you know that in the event of an accident it’s your auto insurance policy that typically would have to pay? READ MORE >>

When you were discussing the bathroom plans with your contractor was this really the picture you had in your mind?  It's okay if it was, we are not judging you.....well....maybe a little.....ok.......we are laughing and hope you are too. But really, does contractor insurance cover poor workmanship? READ MORE >>

Has your independent insurance agent recommended a business owners policy, or BOP, for your business insurance? Despite its funny name – BOP – this type of insurance is ideal for small to mid-size companies that would benefit from having a broad package of insurance products. READ MORE >>

"Built in the late 1800s this four-story ivy covered building used to be Griswold Manufacturing where they made cast pots and pans.  In the basement there's a concrete vault with two steel doors I wonder what was so important to store in their back then? READ MORE >>

   When Can I Sue For Pain and Suffering??   The real question is should I choose Full Tort or Limited Tort as an option on my car insurance in PA.   First let’s look at what Tort is (BTW, it’s not Tork, as some call it).  Tort is a legal term meaning “civil wrong doing”. READ MORE >>

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