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Cranford, NJ, USA April 15 The suburban town of Cranford, New Jersey in inundated with severe flooding following heavy rains

Flood Safety Tips

Each year, more deaths occur because of flooding than any other hazard related to thunderstorms. The most common flood deaths occur when a vehicle is …

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New Brunswick, New Jersey - September 2, 2021: Boyd Park, submerged under flood water from the Raritan River in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Ida

Restoring Your Business After a Flood

Floods can be miserable ordeals, even with extensive preparation. They can spring up with little to no warning and saddle you with the responsibility of …

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Workers Comp Accident

When is a Worker’s Compensation Claim Compensable?

Workers’ compensation is crucial to protecting employees, but it is often a source of contention among employers because it comes with considerable gray areas. When is a claim compensable? …

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Email: Is the Digital Door Propped Open for Identity Hijackers?

In every case of email-related fraud, the critical factor is whether the recipients of scam email believe in the authenticity of the request. In many cases, such …

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Beware of Ticks

Why This Year’s Tick Season Might Be the Worst in Years and How to Protect Yourself

The Year of the Tick. A tick(ing) time bomb is set to explode this season, in fields, forests and yards across the country, as we …

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10 Ways to Prepare Your Boat for a Hurricane

  Source: Chubb Insurance – Prepare Your Boat for a Hurricane Last year’s Atlantic hurricane season was the busiest in the U.S. since 2005, and …

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Spring Forward

Are You Ready for Spring? Daylight Savings Safety Checklist

Daylight saving time begins Sunday, March 11, 2018.

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There are few potential hazards in the home that are as serious as carbon monoxide. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the federal regulator of product safety standards, points out that carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless gas that cannot be detected by human senses. It can be in your home’s environment and cause serious harm to the health of you and your family before you know it, and ingesting any large amount of CO is fatal.

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Is Your Vehicle Prepared For Extreme Weather Conditions?

Here are a few winterization tips to help keep your automobiles performing well this winter…

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‘Bomb cyclone’ blizzard: Are you prepared?

The  “bomb cyclone” blizzard  churning high winds and heavy snow onto the East Coast on Thursday could mean  big snowfall totals  and deep drifts for the New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia areas.

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