March is National Ladder Safety Month. Ladders are an important tool used by individuals and workers every day. However, if a ladder is damaged or is used incorrectly, someone could fall, resulting in serious injury or death. Ladders are common everyday tools that many take for granted. It is estimated in the United States more…
The holidays present us with a gift. An opportunity to turn off the screens and spend quality time in our community, with family and our friends.
Everyone here at Britton & Britton wishes you a Very Happy Thanksgiving!
Did you know we cover the ordinary, spooky and unusual fall festivities in addition to your auto or home insurance needs? Learn about our coverage plans for all types of professional and personal events!
As a reminder we are steadily approaching the height of hurricane season. Right now, we are watching Tropical Storm Barry develop and possibly become a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico.
If you are like many Texans you enjoy recreational outdoor activities like rivers, camping and boats; especially when you live close to a lake!
Flood can be caused by torrential rain often associated with spring thunderstorms in Texas. Recent road construction, a creek coming out of its banks, slow steady rain over several days, recently built commercial developments, new home construction or simply a clogged street gutter backing up from the street into your yard are some other culprits of flooding.
For many of our Texas neighbors spring means more than sunshine, hiking, bluebonnets, river tubing, boating on Lake Travis and Canyon Lake. It also means home lawn maintenance.
Homeowners insurance can cover some jewelry up to a certain monetary value and protect from several perils. The most common perils are fire, windstorm, and theft. A typical home insurance policy only covers your jewelry up to a $500, 1,500, or maybe $5,000 depending on your policy terms and for only limited perils.
Starting long before your teen or college student receives a driver’s license, demonstrate the kind of safe driving behaviors you will expect, including never driving while distracted. Adding a young driver to your Texas auto policy can be a disruptive event for the family. Younger drivers are inexperienced behind the wheel and more susceptible to distraction when driving.