Safety

School Bus Safety Reminders

August 20, 2015

As a brand new school year begins, thousands of students will again be boarding the bus to head to school. The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reminds parents, students and motorists all to be alert and to put safety first in school zones and near school bus stops. ...

Topic: Safety, Community, Education

Like a Boy Scout, Be Prepared When Camping

July 1, 2015

Before you decide to go off the grid to enjoy the tranquility of nature, be sure to keep in mind a few tips that may help your camping experience be a more enjoyable one.
 

Topic: Safety, Travel, Education

Keep Your Packages Safe

December 10, 2014

If you don’t want to sit at work or on vacation worrying if your packages will be there when you get home, here are a few steps you can take. ...

Topic: Safety, Community

Other People Make Promises — Meemic Delivers

October 3, 2014

The skies were so dark, Jim Vollmers remembered. Jim and wife Lisa had just picked up their 16-year-old son Spencer from baseball practice. (Daughter Olivia, age 18, was at high school soccer practice.) That’s when the family heard the sirens. Soon, they’d see the tornado. Later, they’d test the Meemic insurance they’d had for over 20 years — but that’s later in the story. ...

Topic: Home, Safety, Insurance

Chicken – and Grease – and Fire – OH MY!

September 18, 2013

Here at Ranch Meemic, buckaroos, troubles are a’brewin.’ Kitchen fires here, busted pipes there and fender benders all around, it’s like havin’ a burr under your saddle. Lucky for our members, Meemic’s got Risk Wrangler Rita! A powerful woman, strong as steel and blessed with the wisdom of Solomon, she’s ready to take on your toughest insurance claims questions and offer a little safety advice along the way. Gather around the campfire every month for a new Rita rescue. In this story, Rita rustles up some kitchen safety advice for a greenhorn who ended up on the dark side of a chicken.

Topic: Home, Safety

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