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What happens if your photographer’s film is defective, the negatives are damaged, or the digital camera malfunctions and your pictures are ruined? A wedding insurance policy will help cover the costs to re-take new photos. For as little as $160 you can purchase a wedding insurance policy which covers this and many other situations. Give us a call and schedule an appointment today!

June weddings are rapidly approaching and if you are going to be a new bride or groom, we encourage you to watch our series of wedding posts during the month of March.  As part of your wedding planning checklist, wedding insurance is one of the most important things you should add. 

Why should you have Wedding Insurance?

If your reception venue goes out of business before the wedding, you will lose your deposit and still need to find an alternate location.

Hyland, Block & Hyland is pleased to introduce Elizabeth Quinn to our clients and vendors.  She has joined the agency as a Commercial Lines Account Advisor in the Special Business Unit.  Elizabeth has worked for a direct writer in the insurance industry, holds both her life and property/casualty licenseand is looking forward to working with our SBU clients and underwriters.

Cyber crime is on the rise and you need to ensure that your business data is secure.  If you are a small business, you can be especially at risk since you might not have the resources or infrastructure in place to protect yourself.

According to the Ponemon Institute's First Annual Cost of Cyber Crime Study, published in July 2010, a business can expect to pay an average of $204 per customer record that is lost or stolen.

The Holidays can be a very dangerous place during the holidays - so here are some safety tips to keep your holidays risk free:

Kimberly Waggoner has joined the Hyland team.  She is the "voice of Hyland" -- our new receptionist and administrative assistant.

Everyone had a great time at the Hyland's Annual Family Christmas Party.  On behalf of all of us at Hyland, happy holidays and all the best for 2012.

Tim Hyland has not always been as highly successful as he is now.  For seven years he worked tirelessly to build his business -- Hyland, Block & Hyland.  But he paid a  tremendous price -- alcohol use to deaden the anxiety of his new business.  To find out how Tim turned his life around and how he serves as an example to others, click here to read more.

Our last tip dealt with safety while shopping.  Today’s tip deals with safety in the car.

During the holiday season, unfortunately there are stories about how a "Grinch" stole someone's gifts from their car or from under a Christmas Tree.  We are going to post a series of safety tips to help insure you have a safe and happy holiday.