By Marsha Kirshenbaum | Published September 23, 2016 | | |
When it comes to automobile insurance, things can get very confusing. More often than not, many drivers are underinsured or carry the minimum coverage allowed by law. Here in Rhode Island, the minimum coverage that individuals can carry as determined by Rhode Island State law is $25,000 per person/$50,000 per accident bodily injury coverage and Read MoreRead More
Summer is a good time to try something new so here’s an idea: take a fresh look at how you are using your mobile device. The great thing about technology is that it makes our lives easier, providing an often seamless connection to our daily business. With that natural connection, it’s easy to multitask, which Read MoreRead More
As Rhode Islanders, we may be tempted to think, “That would never happen here”, when hearing about a recent high profile case where an aunt sued her nephew for an overzealous hug. Talk about awkward family gatherings! Although certainly providing good fodder for comedians and dinner party chatter, there is an important lesson to learn Read MoreRead More
With the sudden arrival of summer weather last month, many are enjoying the fresh air on their bicycle. Whether riding competitively or for enjoyment, it is important to understand how to keep yourself safe and free from personal injury while on your bicycle. Rhode Island has invested in an intricate network of bike trails that Read MoreRead More
Wearable devices aimed at tracking wellness aren’t necessarily new, but one such technology start-up is putting them to new use. Vivametrica is a company that collects and analyzes data from a variety of wearable devices pertaining to health and wellness. The goal of Vivametrica is to change the way the data is managed, used and Read MoreRead More
Whether you own a business with just a few employees or hundreds, it’s important that you keep a safe workplace. While not every accident can be prevented, Rhode Island business owners should understand that many are preventable if safety standards and procedures are put in place. Not only do you want your employees to remain Read MoreRead More
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