Workplace Violence – The Second leading cause of work-site deaths in the United States

According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), each year nearly 2 million American workers are victims of workplace violence. Acts of violence and other injuries is currently the second-leading cause of fatal occupational injuries in the United States. Connie Phillips Insurance would like to provide you more information about workplace violence and how […]

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College Students Back to School – Review Your Insurance Coverages!

As college students return for the new school year – this can present a number of challenges.  In addition to making sure you have a laptop and other college materials, now is also the time to consult an insurance professional to verify your insurance needs such as your car, your home and even your health […]

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Safety tips – Hurricane Season

Are you ready for Dorian?  (the powerful category 4 hurricane which is expected to impact the east coast).  Connie Phillips Insurance wants to make sure you are prepared and protected.  We have formulated a list of tips and safety precautions you should follow to remain safe during a hurricane.  The common thread among all major […]

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6 Important Items You Should Do Before You Move!

Moving day can be the most exciting day in your life!  However, there’s no denying it can also be very stressful. Connie Phillips Insurance has compiled a list of some important things you need to do right before you move to your new home. -Update your address Updating your address is fairly simple, you can […]

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Maryland Law and Carbon Monoxide Alarms for Rental Units

Carbon Monoxide Alarms have been required in all Maryland new and existing rental properties since April 1st, 2018.   These alarms are now required to be installed outside of each sleeping area, on every level of the unit, including the basement – if the building contains any fuel burning equipment, wood burning appliances or has an […]

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How to handle flood damaged vehicles

Flooded Car? Here’s what you need to know. In light of last week’s flash flooding in the Washington, D.C. metro area, Connie Phillips Insurance has gathered a few facts to guide you in the right direction after a vehicle has flooded. Flooding is covered under comprehensive coverage. You can find coverage information by checking your […]

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5 Grilling Safety Tips for this Summer

 Its finally summer and the weather is just right for grilling; Keep these five grilling tips in mind for a fun, delicious and safe barbecue.  1.  NEVER Leave the Grill Unattended. You should never leave the girl alone as this can cause burns and injuries. We know everyone loves outdoors, especially during this time of […]

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Is Your Community Ready for an Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station?

Can you believe that 25% of all vehicles sold by 2025 will be electric!  Supporters of electric vehicles will cite that it benefits everyone because it would reduce emissions and improve the air and water quality.  Will your community be ready? Let’s look at some things that you need to take into consideration when weighing […]

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How to Protect your Community Association from Directors and Officers Liability Claims

DID YOU KNOW THAT MOST DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS LIABILITY POLICIES REQUIRE YOU TO DO THE FOLLOWING? Maintain updated certificates of any hired contractor for General Liability and Workers Compensation insurance. General Liability insurance – recommended limit of $1,000,000. Have a signed contract with all contractors that will include a hold harmless clause that protects and […]

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