Today we're sharing 4 buzz-worthy insurance articles we've read this week. From health insurance to home insurance, our industry is making all sorts of headlines this week.

As you finish up your last-minute holiday prep,
consider giving one (or all!) of these recent articles a read!

Insurance company sets Christmas tree on fire to demonstrate holiday fire hazards (Cleveland 19 News)
As we reported last year, indoor Christmas trees are potentially very dangerous! One Cleveland company decided to demonstrate by lighting a tree on fire in abandoned house. "A Christmas tree fire can fill a room with toxic smoke in just 30 seconds and burn down an entire living room in 60," said Chief of the Erie Fire Department Guy Santone. Watch the video and take caution with that tree!

Cyber Insurance Now Critical as Data Breaches Wreak Havoc (Sci Tech Today)
We've been preaching the virtues of cyber insurance for awhile -- and it turns out, many companies are now offering plans! Read this article to find out why.

You Can Still Sign Up For Health Insurance Today (Huffington Post)
If you
purchased health insurance through Obamacare and are nervous about how the new administration will affect that, this article has helpful information.

Here’s Some Litigation to Go with That Christmas Cheer (insurance Journal)
Just for fun -- some modern-day Scrooge stories of holiday lawsuits!

Have a Happy Holiday Season!

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