Bicycle Safety Tips for Children

As the father of a three year old, I'm currently teaching my son to ride his first bicycle with training wheels. It is a fun and exciting process for both of us. I shot a quick video to share some...
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Winter Driving Safety Tips

Winter weather in the Midwest can be beautiful but also somewhat unpredictable. Safe winter driving is possible with some planning and preparation. Knowing what you are facing in advance will allow you to be prepared and help ensure a safe...
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Donating Coats to Sheridan Elementary School

My Aunt Brenda was one of my all-time favorite people. She was generous, wise, incredibly funny, and always encouraging. For years she worked as a school lunch lady. She always watched for the kids who came to school without a...
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Dog Bite Prevention around the Holidays

Safety Tips for Dogs at the Holidays Holidays can be stressful for everyone, even family dogs, and it’s  important to be extra careful about dog bites, particularly if you’re a dog owner or the parent of a young child: Tips...
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Halloween Safety Tips

With Halloween on the horizon, we wanted to take some time to go over some safety tips for this popular holiday! Drive with extra caution on Halloween night to protect those excited children running from door to door. Slow down...
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Spike in dog bite cases involving children during Coronavirus

A recent article in the Journal of Pediatrics, Dog Bites in Children Surge during Coronavirus Disease-2019: A Case for Enhanced Prevention, discusses a spike in child-related dog bites during the COVID-19 pandemic. This trend is not at all surprising, with...
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What is Uninsured & Underinsured Coverage?

I recently had the pleasure of joining my friends Derek and Grant of Shelbyville Insurance Services for an episode of the D&G Show, where they interview local professionals to share practical tips and advice with their audience. We covered several...
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Safety Tip: Pick up a No Soliciting sign, at least for the duration of the Coronavirus pandemic

Considering purchasing a "No Soliciting" sign for your home and for the home of any relatives or loved ones who may have higher risk factors for COVID-19. Last Thursday, our evening was interrupted by the doorbell, our three little dogs...
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2020 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to the 2020 Winners of the Mary Rohrscheib Teaching Scholarship! The 2020 winners of the Mary Rohrscheib Teaching Scholarship are Tyra Austin, Olivia Earl, and Adriana Rosales. Tyra Austin of Decatur Tyra Austin submitted an essay about the many...
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Applications open for the Mary Rohrscheib Teaching Scholarship

Applications are now open for a new scholarship benefiting local students majoring in education. BRE Law Partner Josh Rohrscheib is offering the scholarship in loving memory of his grandmother, Mary Rohrscheib, to honor her career teaching third and fourth graders...
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