Hurricanes get more press than thunderstorms, but everyday summer storms can be quite destructive. Learn how to protect your home and yourself.
Child safety should always be at the forefront of any parent’s mind. Virginia’s passenger safety law states that all children under the age of 8 must be properly secured in a child restraint device when traveling in a motor vehicle. Virginia law is based entirely on age, according to Drive Smart Virginia. Virginia Farm Bureau was one of six Virginia insurance companies that founded that organization in 1995.
Did you know that every year there are as many as 200,000 cooking-related fires, which cause hundreds of deaths and injuries throughout the U.S.? Last year in Virginia, there were 69 home fire fatalities.²
Taking some commonsense steps in advance can pay off in peace of mind when the annual Atlantic hurricane season rolls around each June.
Keep the Sparkle, Avoid the Sparks with Safe Holiday Lights. Add a festive touch to your home inside and out with holiday lights! But before you start decorating for the holidays, read up on holiday lights safety.
It's no secret that pumpkin carving can be a little dicey especially when kids are involved. Follow our not-so-secret tips to avoid perilous mishaps this year.
Brush up on your winter driving skills with our 14 easy ways to avoid auto accidents this winter!
According to FEMA creating your Family Emergency Communication Plan starts with one simple question: “What if?”
Whether auto, home, life, or health, Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance has you covered. Get an insurance quote today.
Get your teenagers’ driving career off to a great start while saving on your auto insurance premiums with our Smart Start Program.
Hurricanes are strong storms that can be life-threatening as well as cause serious hazards such as flooding, storm surge, high winds and tornadoes. Learn what to do to keep your loved ones safe!
Every year one in 15 insured homes suffers a loss or damage large enough for the owners to file an insurance claim. In 2013 the average claim from such incidents was $8,823. Yet fewer than half of Americans know what’s in their homes!