Posted on 2/1/2018 12:00 AM By Florida Peninsula Insurance Company
Super Bowl 52 will be held on Sunday, February 4, 2018. It is estimated, nearly 45 million Americans host Super Bowl parties each year. Regardless of the teams playing, many like to use the game as a reason to get together with friends and family. When hosting people at your home, safety should be the main priority. To host a safe Super Bowl party, consider these tips:
Prepare your Home
Clear your walkways, staircase, and driveway of obstacles which could lead to guests injuring themselves on your property.
First Down on Food
Be sure to have several food options for your guests to choose from. Follow food-handling procedures and store food at proper temperatures. Never leave the kitchen or grill unattended while cooking.
Be sure to visit our Pinterest page for some great Super Bowl-themed food items.
Drink and Serve Responsibly
Unfortunately, Super Bowl Sunday is one of the worst days for drunk driving accidents. If you are serving alcohol at your party, arrange for ...
Posted on 9/14/2017 9:55 AM By Florida Peninsula Insurance Company
The aftermath of a storm can be a harmful and stressful time for us all. Knowing what to do post-Hurricane Irma can drastically reduce your risk of harm, and accelerate the recovery process.
As we all begin the rebuilding process, Florida Peninsula offers the following safety tips and information:
Avoid downed power lines, sharp objects, and dangerous debris. They are the most common culprits for injury.
Prior to cleanup, take photos or video of damages to expedite the claims process. Please notify Florida Peninsula of damage as soon as possible by calling 866-549-9672.
If safe to do so, make temporary repairs to your home to prevent further damage.
When beginning the cleanup process, practice caution, and wear protective clothing and eye wear.
Carbon Monoxide poisoning poses as a severe danger after the storm. Be sure portable generators are outside, and at least 20 feet away from doors and windows.
If you are without power, do not ...