Your family's safety is serious business.
Every day, we settle claims and witness the important role safety plays in our lives. Using that experience, we have identified keys to help you better protect your family, property, and possessions.
Whether it’s anticipating dangerous situations or constant preparedness, defensive driving is the best way to ensure your safety and the safety of your passengers.
Whether your children are in or near a vehicle, safety precautions are a must. Use our tips to help prevent injuries and accidents.
As seasons change, so do road conditions. Each time of year brings a different set of road hazards. Knowing what to look out for can make a big difference in driving safe.
Sweet sixteen can be an exciting time for your teen, and uneasy for you. We have resources to help you educate your teen driver on risky driving behavior and important ways to stay safe on the road.
Holidays year-round come with unique sets of safety issues.
Is your home an easy target? Taking these security precautions can help lower the risk of a home break-in.
Practicing fire safety means more than having a smoke detector in your home. Our fire protection tips can help educate you and your family on how to prevent a home fire.
Every season comes with new safety needs around your home. Whatever the time of year, play it safe with these seasonal home precautions.
Large farm vehicles come with a unique set of challenges on public roads. These driving tips for farmers can help prevent rural road accidents.
What you see as your farm, children may see as their playground. Use these tips to help your kids play it smart and safe on the farm or ranch.
Weather emergencies can happen. Take these steps to help prepare yourself if they do.
Wildfires are unpredictable. Being prepared for the unexpected is your best protection. Even a fire that may be partially contained in a nearby area can quickly spread to your neighborhood and overtake your home.
Earthquakes strike without warning. Taking precautions now can help prevent accidents and injuries if you experience one.
Farm safety could save a life. We understand farming is a dangerous job and we want to help you make your farm a safer place.
A house fire can take the irreplaceable things that are most important to you like family heirlooms, photos, or a loved one and threaten your financial security. With some foresight, however, you can safeguard your family from the dangers of fire.
The overall use of vehicle child safety seats has risen dramatically over the past 20 years. While child safety seats help save lives, they are not as effective if used improperly, so it is important to make sure that safety seats are handled correctly.
Sometimes Midwesterners forget about the possibility of an earthquake happening in their area. Hail, floods, and tornadoes rank high on the list of natural occurrences that sometimes damage Midwestern homes, crops, and vehicles.
The driving ability of seniors is an important subject to discuss. As parents continue aging and the Baby Boomers start becoming senior cizitens, safety becomes a serious issue. It is not only the seniors that are a concern, but also the safety of all others on the road.
Every 15 seconds someone's home is burgarlized. One out of every 10 homes is burglarized every year and nearly $1,600 worth of property is stolen per burglarly. In the event that your home is burglarized, your COUNTRY Financial® home insurance will protect what you have and are enjoying today.
Do you have a plan of action in case there is a fire in your home? By preparing for a fire emergency, you can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a fire casualty. Here are some tips that can greatly reduce injury or extensive damage.
Depending on where you live, wintertime can be treacherous. A few tips can help make the season more manageable.
Tornado season typically occurs between April and June. However, tornadoes can and do occur throughout the year, so it's important to always be prepared.