Protecting Our Children From Sexual Abuse

Adam Murray – August 16, 2019

This is not a fun topic to address. The statistics surrounding sexual abuse are astounding. It is very possible that you yourself have been a victim of sexual abuse scandals coming out of the SBC, or IFBC, or the Catholic Church and many other denominations. Statistically, our churches are running rampant with people who have […] Read More

How Should I Prepare for a Tornado?

Adam Murray – August 12, 2019

“It’s a twister! It’s a twister!” I think we can all take a powerful lesson from Dorothy in the classic movie, The Wizard of Oz. Poor Dorothy was on her way home, trying to outrun a tornado that was sweeping across the field near her house. While her family wisely made it to the storm […] Read More

Am I Responsible for Injuries to Trespassers?

Jim Tice – August 6, 2019

It stands to reason that if you invite someone on your property, you would be responsible for their injuries if there is a condition that caused it. For instance, let’s say you didn’t clear the ice on the sidewalk. It also makes sense that you need to keep your property safe for someone that has […] Read More

Why You Should Use a Realtor

Daniel Crichlow – July 30, 2019

My wife and I are beginning to look for a new home, which is so exciting. However, shopping for a home, or even trying to sell a home, can be a very stressful thing! It can feel like you’re trying to climb a mountain with no rope – scary! However, when we started this process, […] Read More

Summer Toy Safety

Tony Grahn – July 15, 2019

Summer days bring all of us out of our houses and out into the sun to have some fun. Whether you are a landlubber or a boater, you have your summer toys that help you have some summer fun. But, those toys bring risk to you, your family and your financial security. Here are some […] Read More

Do You Need Employment Practices Liability Insurance?

Jim Tice – July 8, 2019

In 2016 there were 20,857 complaints about age discrimination in the workplace filed with the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). This number is expected to increase with the aging workforce in the United States. The #Metoo movement has resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of sexual harassment claims in the workplace. Transgender discriminations […] Read More

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Insuring Young Drivers

Adam Murray – June 24, 2019

Any parent who has placed their life in the hands of their young, 16-year old’s driving ability knows that this is a truly terrifying experience. Eventually, they become responsible, experienced drivers who understand and follow the rules of the road. But for a few years, youthful operators pose the greatest risk to roadway safety. In […] Read More

Car Insurance Tips for Seniors

Jim Tice – June 17, 2019

According to the American Automobile Association, drivers in their 70’s have more collisions per mile than any age group. (except those under 25) In their late 70’s they have about the same rate of injury-involved accidents as drivers their early 20’s. The reasons are obvious. As we age, our reflexes slow, making it more difficult […] Read More

What Is the Penalty for Driving Without Auto Insurance?

Tony Grahn – June 10, 2019

Want to buy something you can’t see, can’t touch and don’t know if you will ever use? Not a great incentive to buy, is it? However, that is what many people feel they are buying when they purchase an auto insurance policy. At Capitol Insurance, we know that it’s fun to get a new car […] Read More