Razor blades and poisoned candy: A history of Americans fearing Halloween

Warnings against tainted Halloween candy have been around for decades, but confirmed incidents are far and few in between. Despite its rarity, tales of razor blades in apples and poisoned candy have circulated enough to lead police departments and government agencies to release annual PSAs about the importance of candy inspections. The world’s...

8 Fall Chores You Can't Afford to Ignore

Early fall is the right time to get your yard and house in order because come winter, small problems can turn into expensive nightmares. Consumer Reports’ money-saving checklist covers everything from...

If A Tree Falls On Your House, Are You Covered?

If a tree hits your home or other insured structure, such as a detached garage, your standard homeowners insurance policy covers the damage to the structure, as well as any damage to the...

7 Reasons Why Gas Prices Go Up

Driving can be expensive. Between buying or leasing the car itself, maintenance, and insurance, it can be enough to make some consider the bus. Choosing your insurance wisely can help that a lot,...

12 Steps to Hiring the Best Drivers Despite a Driver Shortage

Whatever your industry—operating a fleet of 18-wheelers, managing buses for a school district or transporting bobcats and tools for a landscaping company—you are probably experiencing a shortage...

Electrical Safety Every Business Should Follow

The steps you take to follow electrical safety standards have a direct impact on the safety of your employees, customers and workplace. Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) says more than...

What are the Types of OSHA Violations?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforces workplace safety by inspecting businesses and handling employee safety complaints. The inspections may identify violations of...

Cold & Flu Prevention Tips for the Workplace

Flu season is nearly upon us. This year’s flu season, which usually begins in November and lasts through April, will be hitting as the U.S. continues to battle is battling the coronavirus pandemic....

Flood: An Insurable Peril That's Underinsured

This year’s hurricanes have served as a wakeup call about the importance of flood insurance and the fact that not enough people have it. Only 1 in 6 homes in the United States is insured...

Liability and safety tips for dog owners

Most dogs are friendly, loving members of the family, but even normally docile dogs may bite when they are frightened or when protecting their puppies, owners or food. According to the Centers for...

How to Handle a Roadside Breakdown

A survey by AAA discovered that four in 10 U.S. drivers are not ready to deal with typical roadside breakdowns. As you start planning upcoming travel (a road trip perhaps?) make sure to follow these...

Do You Have Any of These 10 Home Fire Hazards?

Most homeowners know the drill for reducing the risk of a house fire: They keep a smoke detector on each floor and make sure they are all in good working order at least twice a year. They...

5 Secrets Hidden In Your Financial Statements

Did you know that within your boring financial statements are five hidden secrets that could have a significant impact on your business?  So what are these five secrets? Secret 1: “Flash Reports” are...

Cumulative Trauma Disorders

Workplace injuries are not always simply the result of one-time accidents. Falling off a ladder, slipping on a wet floor, getting hit on the head by an object falling off a shelf, or slicing a hand on...

National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month, celebrated every September, is a great time for small business owners across the country to revisit and adjust their own disaster recovery plans. Hurricanes,...

Liberty Mutual Surety- Commercial Bonds

  Tailored surety solutions across industries Liberty Mutual is known for bonding some of the largest companies in the world – but they also support small and midsize customers with the same level of...

4 Key Steps to Creating Lockout/Tagout Programs

A maintenance employee turns off the power to a piece of equipment and sticks their arm into the machine to clear out a jam. A co-worker, unaware the power is off for a reason, turns on the equipment,...

Electrics, Hybrids and Gas-Sippers: Understanding Your Green Driving Options

With gas prices rising,  American drivers are looking for more fuel-efficient vehicles. According to a recent Consumer Reports survey, over half of all American drivers expect that their next car will...

Access your Policy Information

Did you know that you can view your policy online? As your insurance agent, we understand the value of having online tools that work to your advantage. Here’s what you can do: View policies - Every...

Happy Labor Day

All of us at Zeiler Insurance Services, Inc. would like to wish you a Happy Labor Day. Our offices will be closed on Monday September 6th. We apologize for any inconveniences. Should there be...
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