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Fire Safety Tips for Holiday Cooking
Cooking at home can be fun, challenging and delicious! However, accidents often result from flare-ups during food preparation or as a result of oven, burner or electrical and gas connection defects. To keep injuries out of the kitchen when you prepare your holiday meals, remember these fire prevention and safety techniques.
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Saluting Our Veterans
On this day, Marshall & Sterling honors all those who have served, and continue to serve, our great country.  Freedom and liberty are realized only through the gallant and heroic defense of America, by virtue of those who serve in our Armed Forces.
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Safe Driving Saves Money
For better or worse, your automobile insurance premium is a direct result of your driving record. This amount is determined by the insurance company to cover the costs of insuring you and your family as drivers on the road. Want to lower your premium? Keep your driving record clean!
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Top 10 Threats To Small Businesses
96% of small businesses fail within 10 years. Find out what simple strategies small business owners can take to identify and manage top risks, provided by Marshall & Sterling.

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Assistance with Accident Support, Managing Home Inventories & More!
We understand that accidents can happen - whether it's during normal business hours, or at 2 in the morning. Our Marshall & Sterling app provides on-the-go assistance, with the mobile tools your family needs to manage an auto accident and store your vital home information – all in one place!
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Safety Matters When Welding and Cutting at the Work Site
Welding and cutting tasks are dangerous, especially when working on a construction site. As your surroundings are constantly changing, it is important to keep safety top of mind.

Prevention and Protection
To avoid injuries on the job, consider these safety recommendations:
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Tips For Managing Your Workplace Stress
Although dealing with stress is a normal part of everyday life, it is important to be on the lookout for some of the early warning signs of unhealthy stress. These early symptoms include depression, anxiety, insomnia and headaches.
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HR News & Updates for November
Election Day is November 8th! Are Your Employees Entitled to Voting Leave?

With Election Day quickly approaching, private sector employers should be aware of their obligations under state law to provide voting leave for their employees.
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Clean Your Gutters Before Winter Sets In
Gutters divert rain away from your home and are its first line of defense against water damage. However, as autumn progresses, leaves, twigs and other debris can clog your gutters and cause significant damage to your home.
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Tips to Ensure Teen Driver Safety & Keep Insurance Costs Down
Car crashes are one of the greatest dangers your teens face. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the risk of motor vehicle accidents is higher among 16- to 19-year-olds than among any other age group—they are nearly three times more likely to crash than older drivers!
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