Safety at Home: Burn Awareness Week

We often overlook the underlying dangers of modern appliances and hardware in the home.  As diligent guardians, can we do better to protect our children from harmful situations?

In recognition of Burn Awareness Week, we have put together a flyer chock full of helpful tips and tricks you can use to keep your loved ones […]

February 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Philip Barbour Band Raises Nearly $3,000 with Keep the Change

October 18, 2016

Community involvement becomes second nature to those who make an honest living by providing safety and peace of mind to the community that it serves.  Allegheny Insurance is, without question, one business that feels a strong bond to the area that it works to protect.  When the need presents itself, Allegheny Insurance […]

October 18th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Allegheny Insurance Announces Winners of Match Donation Program “Keep the Change”

Allegheny Insurance today announced the winners of their “Keep the Change” match donation program as Philip Barbour High School Band, with North Marion High School Track Team coming in second and Literacy Volunteers of Randolph County in third.

For the “Keep the Change” initiative that ran over the summer, Allegheny Insurance donated water bottles to […]

October 12th, 2016|News, Uncategorized|

10 Reasons to Choose an Independent Insurance Agent

Picture this – you’re at home watching TV and among the barrage of commercials, an animated reptilian pops on your screen and starts promising you significant discounts for just minutes of your time.  Sounds pretty good, right?  Everyone enjoys saving a few extra dollars, especially when it comes to reoccurring bills.  So you decide […]

September 23rd, 2016|Uncategorized|

Chip Cards: What Business Owners Need to Know

Does your business revolve around point-of-sale machines? If so, then you may be aware that as of October 2015 the traditional method of using a magnetic strip swiping process became outdated and in entered the more secure chip card reader. If you are still not able to accept chip cards, be advised that any […]

August 8th, 2016|Uncategorized|

“I’m not sure when I will ever stop collecting dimes!”

The “Keep the Change” program was created to encourage community members to “pay it forward” and support additional groups and organizations, by simply filling an empty Allegheny Insurance water bottle with dimes. Each bottle holds 1,000 dimes which equates to a $100 donation to your favorite charity or cause.

Recently, one such organization was able […]

May 27th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Top 5 Mistakes Made Filing Insurance Claims

Now that Winter Storm Jonas is done dropping over some 24” of snow in our area, affected business and home owners have moved on to the next phase: trying to figure out if insurance will cover their ice and snow damage.

In the chaos that follows a natural disaster, mistakes can be made that either […]

February 1st, 2016|Uncategorized|

10 Tips for Safe Winter Driving

Fall has fallen and winter is not that far away. With the cold weather come harsh driving conditions along dangerous roads, especially here in the mountains of West Virginia. Driving in winter weather is no simple task and many face challenges at some point during the season while behind the wheel.

The following is a […]

October 15th, 2015|Uncategorized|

5 Reasons to Report Injuries Fast!

No one wants to think about getting hurt on the job, it’s a messy ordeal for everyone involved. But what if an accident did occur, are you prepared to take action immediately? Being prepared and ready to report injuries quickly can save both you and your business a lot of headache. Additionally, the quicker […]

October 15th, 2015|Uncategorized|

Kids Helping Kids

Stockert Youth Center, located in Buckhannon, West Virginia, strives to provide youth a safe place to learn and play. To meet this mission, the center provides after school programs, tutoring, and of course athletic programs, such as basketball. In the last year, Allegheny Insurance has worked with center director, Deborah Brockleman, to donate bottled […]

October 15th, 2015|Uncategorized|