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Halloween Safety For Young and Old Alike

by Ron Bell | Oct 20, 2017

For many people, Halloween marks the start of the holiday season and is a way to have fun and attend costume parties.   Pepper spray manufacturing company Sabre says: “This lighthearted holiday does not come without its share of potential safety risks. Assault,... (Read More)

Death of Roswell Motorcyclist is Sobering Reminder For All Drivers

by Ron Bell | Oct 13, 2017

A motorcyclist in Roswell, NM is dead after he was ejected from his motorcycle and his body struck a light pole. The 20-year-old motorcyclist was going about 180 mph in a zone posted 50 mph. Proponents of both sides of the “motorcycle safety” debate can argue... (Read More)

Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Festivals – Safety Concerns?

by Ron Bell | Oct 6, 2017

The 46th Annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is October 7-15, 2017. Hundreds of balloons are expected to fill the skies, and inflate the local economy – as it has every year. The 2016 event had 841,000 visitors with 550 registered balloon teams... (Read More)

Can Your Insurance Company Deny Your Claim After a Natural Disaster?

by Ron Bell | Sep 29, 2017

Hurricanes Irma and Harvey have caused billions of dollars in property damage, and many people are finding themselves facing denial of coverage by their insurance companies. “Unfortunately, standard homeowners’ and renters’ insurance policies often cover wind... (Read More)

Be Prepared For Natural Disaster in New Mexico

by Ron Bell | Sep 22, 2017

In the wake of mega-storms like Hurricane Harvey and Irma along the coasts of Texas and Florida, it can be easy to think that the damage is unique to them and that disasters on that scale could never happen here.While we hope that something of that size never hits New... (Read More)

Be Prepared For Disasters Like Harvey

by Ron Bell | Sep 15, 2017

Disasters on the scale of Hurricane Harvey or Irma are not commonplace in New Mexico. Still, the state is not immune to disaster. “Even in New Mexico – disasters happen. Every community in New Mexico is vulnerable. As New Mexicans, we face the threat of a... (Read More)

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