Keep Your Business Safe During the Brutal Winter Storms

Is your business prepared for severe weather with dangerous wind and snow this winter?

To effectively and successfully prepare for and respond to unexpected events, a business should have a recovery plan to assist with the three phases of a disaster: preparing, responding and recovering. If you don’t, here are some last minute things you can do to help ensure your business is prepared for a winter storm.

We Have Expanded

If you've driven by the Morris Insurance Services office recently, you may not have recognized it! We have expanded our office space to better serve the needs of our customers. We also gave the building a complete facelift! If you haven't seen our office, we invite you to stop by and see for yourself!

Tips for a Safe and Happy New Year's Celebration

With the Christmas celebration wrapping up, everyone is turning their attention to New Year’s Eve. A variety of celebrations are set throughout the Tri-State area. Some of the more popular celebrations are listed below:

What You Need in Restaurant Insurance

As a restaurant owner, what you need in restaurant insurance probably includes coverage for your building, your business personal property, the personal property of others in your care, liability and employee on-the-job injuries.

Weather Woes: Frozen Pipes

When the temperature drops, frozen pipes are one of the biggest risks of property damage. In fact, a burst pipe can result in more than $5,000 in water damage, according to safety experts at the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS).

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is here! Lots of little ghouls and goblins will soon be making their way around the neighborhoods. Just a few reminders from SafeKids.org to help keep Halloween a safe, fun time for kids throughout the Kanawha Valley.

Keeping Your Cool While Driving

We've all been there. Someone cuts you off in traffic and almost makes you wreck. Every day, we encounter scenarios that can make your temper boil. But, reacting is usually not in our best interest.

Getting Your Home Ready for Cold Weather

Fall is in full swing with the cooler nights and falling leaves. While the weather is still nice, be sure to take some simple steps to protect your home during the harsh winter months.

Hunting Season Reminderss

On this first day of Fall, many West Virginians are gearing up for a great hunting season.  We are pulling out our decoys, polishing our firearms and bows, and airing out our camo.  Don't forget these important gun safety tips from the WV DNR to keep your hunting season a safe one:

Enjoying Your ATV Safely

All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) can be a lot of fun, but can be dangerous if used improprerly. With fall weather, many people enjoying an afternoon in the woods on their ATVs. Always remember that ATVs are designed only for off road use. While it can be tempting to ride on public roads, even for just a few miles, it's not worth the risk.

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