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Attention: High School Seniors! Planning on attending college for insurance or a related field of study? If so, could you use $2,500? Must be sponsored by an active PIA Member *There is NO obligation to purchase insurance from your sponsor. READ MORE >>

The leaves are changing and that means that winter is almost upon us. Contractors, landscapers, and many others with seasonal professions are getting ready to add plows to their vehicles in preparation for the winter snow removal season. Are you properly protected? READ MORE >>

TOP FIVE BOAT AND MOTORCYCLE SAFETY TIPS Though the popular saying might go something like, “April showers bring May flowers,” here in the Midwest, what really comes out when the showers are gone are all the boats and motorcycles from their winter storage. READ MORE >>

With school about to be done for the summer I have been getting a lot of questions regarding hiring minors as summer help. The short answer would be: Worker's compensation in Wisconsin will apply to underage workers.  But everybody knows there is no such thing as a short answer when it comes to insurance. READ MORE >>

How To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft If you frequently make purchases online, or if you use a credit or debit card while shopping, you know that one of the most common risks associated with these practices is identity theft. READ MORE >>

How To Winterize Your Home & Vehicle Tips for avoiding costly weather-related repairs   When you think of winter, you might daydream about skiing, sledding, holidays and snowmen. But before you start jumping into all the fun, make sure your home and vehicles are able to take on the demands of harsh weather. READ MORE >>

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