• July 15, 2021

How to Stay Safe While Staying at Home

Although the pandemic is on the decline, many people are still staying at home more often than they once did. While this may keep them safe from dangers out in the world, that does not mean that the home is entirely safe. In fact, the majority of all accidental injuries happen in the home. Here […]

  • July 7, 2021

Five Ways to Avoid Accidental Fires

The summer is a time for fun in the sun, but it is also a time where fires pose more danger than any other time of the year. A combination of high heat and certain dangerous summer activities mean that people are at constant risk of accidentally setting fires. Here are five ways to prevent […]

  • May 27, 2021

Insurance Experts Predict a Harsh Hurricane Season for Homeowners

Insurance experts are expecting that the coming hurricane season could be more harsh than just about any previous season in memory. Not only could homeowners find themselves dealing with damage to their houses, they may also find the cost of repairing the damage may be much higher than in previous years. Homeowners should be very […]

  • March 4, 2021

How to Prevent Workplace Fires

Fires can occur in all types of workplaces. While some businesses are more vulnerable than others, it is important to know how to prevent a fire from occurring. Below are steps to help prevent business fires and various tips to enforce in your daily routine at work.

  • January 5, 2021

How to Prepare Your Home For The Winter

We all are aware of how harsh New York winters can be. From the below freezing temperatures, to the snowstorms, most of us expect these conditions during the winter months.  Now that winter is officially upon us, it is important to make sure that your roof and home are prepared for future freezing temperatures and […]

  • December 7, 2020

House Fires are Most Common in the Winter

During the winter months, house fires increase significantly, according to the National Fire Protection Association. While house fires can occur in any season, factors such as holiday decorations, spikes in heating, cooking and increase in candle use are all known to increase the risk of a fire occurring. With the holiday season right around the […]

  • November 18, 2020

First Five Things To Do After A House Flood

A house flood can happen for several reasons. Floods are not only capable of damaging your house, but can also be dangerous to the health of you and your family. Whether the flood comes as a result of a storm or a water system malfunction, it is important to know the proper steps to take […]

  • August 7, 2020

Rubin & Rosen Adjusters Urge Homeowners to File Claims for Damage Caused by Hurricane Isaias

For three days, Hurricane Isaias slammed its way up the eastern seaboard of the U.S., causing flooding, downed power lines, and mass destruction. Many houses were damaged as the result of fallen trees during the hurricane. To continue reading the rest of the press release, visit: https://www.newsday.com/business/storm-tree-damage-home-insurance-claims-1.47832612 or click on the PDF attachment. Damage Caused […]

  • August 7, 2020

How to Deal with Storm Damage

As we are in the heart of the rainy season, that means we are prone to stronger storms. Most people see on TV the horrible things that severe weather can do to people’s homes and personal belongings. Or even worse, have a tree crash into their home. Thankfully, many individuals have not experienced it themselves.   […]

Fire and Smoke Damage Insurance Claims
  • July 28, 2020

What To Do If Your House Burns Down

Imagine you are fast asleep on a Sunday night, when suddenly a piercing sound echoes through your house.  After a split second, you realize what is going on: your smoke alarm is going off and smoke is coming in through the door.  Without much hesitation, you rush into action and fortunately get your family to […]