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Entertaining Safely at Home: Tips to Consider Before Your Guests Arrive

April 30, 2019

Personal Lines, Personal Life, Personal Insurance

Whether hosting a graduation party or a charity gala, organizing a successful event requires looking beyond the festivities your guests will enjoy. To lessen the likelihood of accidents or...

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Betsy Clement Named 2019 Power Broker

February 27, 2019

GEB in the News, Personal Lines, Insurance Agent, Insurance Broker, Personal Life, Personal Insurance

Congratulations to GEB Vice President, Betsy Ellis Clement, on being named a 2019 Power Broker® by Risk & Insurance® Magazine. Betsy is honored in the Private Client category for her work...

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7 Tips to Protect Your Jewelry Collection

February 14, 2019

Personal Lines, Risk Management, Personal Life, Personal Insurance

With a diamond engagement ring costing an average of $6,351 (according to The Knot 2017 Jewelry & Engagement Study), it makes sense for you to have a way to replace your jewelry pieces if they are...

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GEB Featured in Preservation in Print

November 7, 2018

Personal Lines, Risk Management Services, Risk Management, Homeowners Insurance, Personal Life, Personal Insurance, Home Inventory, House Fire, Collections Inventory, Home Restoration

GEB is pleased to be mentioned in the November 2018 issue of Preservation in Print. The featured article, by Susan Langenhennig, tells the story of a valued GEB client, the Trufant...

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Understanding Your Insurance Policy

September 11, 2018

Personal Lines, Employee Benefits, Commercial Insurance, Risk Management

Let’s start at the very beginning.

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What’s this three-quarters of a car thing? INDEMNIFICATION.

August 14, 2018

Personal Lines, Commercial Insurance, Indemnification, Depreciated, Depreciation, Indemnify, Car Insurance, Auto Insurance

The short answer: INDEMNIFICATION. Putting a person back to where she was immediately before a loss. This is the most basic theory of insurance. It may be an old, outdated concept, but the word...

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