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At CRS, we honor six of our dedicated employees who are Veterans of the United States Military.

[:en] “Teamwork is a huge thing in the military and it has always played a role in my jobs, but it is extremely prevalent here at CRS. Being able to work with the different departments to accomplish a goal is a daily event here.” says Kristina Coombs, CRS Customer Care Specialist. In the Army Reserves, …

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So many choices at Thanksgiving, what’s your favorite ______________ ?

[:en] This November we’re showcasing our dedicated employees in a 3-part video series about Thanksgiving. These video volunteers were asked a few questions on camera, without knowing the questions prior to being filmed. We get to see their honest and candid reactions, and we’re sharing them with you! Let’s start here… What is your favorite …

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It’s hurricane and wildfire season, is damage to my home covered?

[:en] Running over the entire summer from June 1st to November 30th, hurricane season brings serious damage risks from high winds, rain, and flooding in storm-prone regions. Is your biggest asset well protected? Your home is most likely your family’s most valuable investment. Know that your current homeowner’s insurance policy may cover some damage brought …

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Thunderstorms are getting more destructive and insurance companies are paying for it Thunderstorms are getting more destructive and insurance companies are paying for it

  CHICAGO — Severe storm systems leave more in their wake than death and destruction — including insurance claims. And they’re piling up. Strings of destructive storms in the U.S. throughout March are expected to cost the insurance industry more than $2 billion, according to a report from Aon Benfield, the global reinsurance branch of …

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