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We’re thinking spring: Severe Weather Safety Week around the corner

SW-Poster-2015While it might not seem like it, spring is only 23 days away…Which also means that Ohio Spring Severe Weather Safety Week is just around the corner – March 1-7 to be exact.
This gives us the chance to highlight many of the resources available to help bring home safety messages related to spring weather hazards. Some are designed with teachers and students in mind; others are for the safety of all Ohioans. To get you thinking, start with our spring weather safety resource list highlighted in this edition of OII Insurance Matters. (VIEW POST)

3 tips for surviving the rest of winter

ThermometerAs much as we hate to suggest it, now is a good time to take a winter safety refresher course. OII Insurance Matters has three tips – from shoveling to knowing the signs of frostbite to winter travel planning – to help keep you in the know. (VIEW POST)

Warming up your car unattended? Not such a good idea

FrozenCarLeaving your car running to thaw on a cold day? You’re not alone. Although common sense may tell you that leaving a car idling and unattended could lead to its theft, many of us often choose to run that risk. OII Insurance Matters takes a closer look at why you should care. For starters, in many states it’s against the law. (VIEW POST)

OII 2015 Midyear meeting March 11– Register by March 2

Mar11OII’s 2015 Midyear meeting is Wednesday, March 11 at the Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Squaredowntown Columbus. The meeting kicks off at 8 a.m. with the OIIPAC breakfast fundraiser with members of Ohio’s General Assembly. Additional Midyear meeting details, including featured morning and luncheon speakers, will be added as confirmed.
See the event summary for specifics.
Although there’s no fee to attend the meeting or luncheon, we ask that you register online by March 2. [Read more]

OII Ohio insurance 2015 trend report: Premiums remain well below US average

trend analysisDespite an uptick in Ohio’s auto and homeowners insurance premiums, they continue to remain affordable in the Buckeye State. Ohio’s average homeowners insurance premium expenditure ranks 9th lowest in the nation, while the average auto premium is 11th lowest. Find out what’s driving insurance trends in Ohio’s auto and homeowners markets, and what can you expect in terms of premiums.  View the OII 2015 trend report.

April 15th Insurance Education Day – Register by April 8th

191_calendar5Don’t miss out on Insurance Education Day on April 15th in Columbus.
Our speaker line-up includes Corey Dunbar, The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Company; Paul Roetzer, PR 20/20; Tony Canas, American Modern Home, MunichRe and Tim Crespin, State Auto Insurance Companies. The program also features a panel of insurance company executives who will discuss key issues and trends impacting Ohio’s insurance market.
Get program details, and be sure to register online by April 8th.