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Mary’s Millennial Memo 2: Wedding Insurance

Mary’s Millennial Memo 2: Wedding Insurance

Mary’s Millennial Memo 2: Wedding Insurance Wedding season is here again! Millennials are at that time in our life when they are discovering true love’s bliss. Many couples across our region are embarking on exciting new changes as they prepare for their future...

How Presidents Have Changed Insurance

How Presidents Have Changed the Insurance Industry Across History: In 1916 The Federal Employees’ Compensation Act was signed into law by Woodrow Wilson. The law only required reimbursement due to work related injury’s for federal employees, but it set the stage for...

SAFECO Update

Increased Driving Costs Recent Trends Boost Costs for Southeast Missouri Drivers Does it seem like driving has become more expensive in Southeast Missouri in recent years? It likely has. Since 2014, the U.S. has seen more new cars on the road, and those cars are...
Veterans Day

Veterans Day

Veterans Day Tomorrow, all over our country, people will be celebrating Veterans Day. Here at MHJ Insurance, we are thankful for the freedoms we have as Americans and we are keenly aware that freedom is not free! Without the dedication and patriotism of those who...
Thanksgiving Fire Safety

Thanksgiving Fire Safety

Thanksgiving Fire Safety Home fires are a very real risk for the Thanksgiving Holiday. These risks can be significantly reduced by being attentive to a few important safety concerns. TURKEY FRYERS Turkey fryers are the biggest fire and safety hazard for Thanksgiving...
Unusual Halloween Safety Tips from MHJ

Unusual Halloween Safety Tips from MHJ

Unusual Halloween Safety Tips from MHJ   Every Halloween there are the usual tips for safety of our children. Here are 4 “out of the ordinary” tips that you may not have heard of and might want to consider: Unique Costuming Certain themes are popular...
Fire Prevention Month

Fire Prevention Month

Residential structure fires take a huge toll in the United States every year. There were over 387,000 residential fires in 2013 resulting in more than 2700 deaths and $7 billion in damage. According to the National Fire Protection Association, the three biggest causes...

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