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Good News – An extra hour of sleep this weekend.
If you are still feeling groggy from loosing your hour of sleep from spring forward in March, 2017, well this weekend you get it back. As a friendly reminder, set your clocks back 1 hour on Sunday Evening before you go to bed. I love the fall, and with the extra hour setback, the drives home from work in the evenings paint some of the most beautiful fall sunsets.
Christmas and New Year’s is one of the most celebrated times of the year, and it is during this season that many families, friends, and neighbors spend enjoyable time together. Our staff at Gilliland Insurance hopes you stay safe with all the lights, decorations, gatherings, and festivities you plan to enjoy this year. We have provided a link for your preparation to protect the assets you most value. We hope that you will take a moment to review the safety tips provided by the Electrical Safety Foundation International. A link to their resource has been conveniently provided. CLICK HERE FOR HOLIDAY SAFETY TIPS
We remember this day to honor the brave men and women who have served and are currently serving in our great armed forces, public safety, fire and rescue, and law enforcement. For the many thankless days you sacrifice your safety for our freedoms – We salute you. May each of you be honored and respected for the great work that you do.
It is never too late to review your insurance program. Having the right policy is far more valuable than having the lowest premium. Often, the policy holder assumes more of the risks, in return for a slightly lower premium. We recommend, visiting your insurance agency annually to review and understand available coverages, endorsements, and deductibles. You will be informed to make necessary changes that reflect your personal risk characteristics. Not all policies are the same, and your needs may change. Don’t delay, schedule this today. Your Agency should welcome your request.
OFFICE OF INSURANCE REGULATION EMAIL SCAM TARGETING FLORIDIANS
Thursday, September 8, 2016
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) and the Department of Financial Services (DFS) have been made aware of a scam involving the unauthorized use of Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier’s name and position. A fraudulent email, appearing to be sent from OIR Commissioner Altmaier, has been sent to consumers, notifying that all of the recipient’s insurance policies have be cancelled. OIR does not send notices of cancellation and those who receive this email should disregard the information. Consumers should not click on any links contained with the email message, and should immediately delete the email.
Consumers should report this scam and all fraudulent activity to the Department of Financial Services’ Insurance Consumer Helpline by calling 1 (877) 693–5236. Consumers can also utilize this helpline to speak directly with insurance experts who can assist consumers with the filing of post-storm claims and answer any insurance-related questions.
Karen Kees, OIR
Contact: Ashley Carr, DFS
(850) 413 -2842