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Most of us are far removed from the devastation that took place in Huston a couple weeks ago. However many of us have family or friends who live in the greater Huston Area.  Though we don’t have that caliber of torrential downfall or Hurricanes here in the Sierra, it is important to remember how devastating floods can be. READ MORE >>

  Attention business owners! The Worker’s Compensation Rating Bureau authorized the submission of an Advisory Pure Premium Rate Filing to the California Insurance Commissioner. What the WCIRB is attempting to do is raise the workers comp pure premium in California. READ MORE >>

The snakes are out of hibernation, so try to be cautious on your adventures especially near the valley floor. I just came across a rattlesnake in Chipmunk Canyon last week. It was a big one, about 4 feet long. I watched him from a distance for a few minutes, and then went on my way. READ MORE >>

It was one of the largest snow years on record. We know based on our knowledge of the area that deer won’t be able to migrate through the snow covered passes this year. There will likely be an influx of animals near our road systems, and our odds of a run in will increase drastically. READ MORE >>

As part of living in the Eastern Sierra, we can expect heat waves during these summer months. To avoid costly workers compensation insurance claims, please consider Heat-Related Illnesses and our tips for beating the summer heat. Symptoms of Heat-Related Illness can be broken down into two groups: Heat Exhaustion, and Heat Stroke. READ MORE >>

This information was shared with be by ICAT www.eqhomeowner.com. In looking at the graph below I'm pretty sure my home is right on top of an Earthquake fault. If you have earthquake insurance like me great if not you may want to consider it. READ MORE >>

    Q: I have been asked more than once will my Insurance Company pay to remove a tree that may fall on my house.  A: No- the reason being is that a tree that needs to be removed is viewed as ordinary maintenance or pride of ownership. READ MORE >>

A Big thanks to the Bishop Chamber of Commerce and Laws Railroad Museum.  The Railroad Express Event held on Saturday was a big hit with children and parents, I would give it 5 Stars. Besides Santa we also went on a Train Ride and had some hot coco while the Sweet Adelines caroled. READ MORE >>

Unfortunately we have had a couple of incidents in Mono County over the last week, involving hot ashes catching structures on fire.  To dispose properly of ashes, I use a metal can that I purchased at Home Lumber Company in Bishop. Every 7-10 days our wood stove needs to be cleaned out. READ MORE >>

Deer in November are Migrating and Rutting, please slow down and give them a chance.  READ MORE >>

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