Allstate Insurance offers Halloween safety tips

Allstate Insurance Company — which has a northwest regional office in Bothell — recommends that homeowners take the following steps to help ensure a safe Halloween for everyone:

  • Wednesday, October 29, 2008 3:48pm
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Allstate Insurance Company — which has a northwest regional office in Bothell — recommends that homeowners take the following steps to help ensure a safe Halloween for everyone:

• Check your outdoor lighting: Make sure your property is adequately lit before trick-or-treaters arrive.

• Inspect your property: Make sure the path to your door is safe.

• Watch the decorations: Make sure Halloween decorations are not obscuring walkways and causing hazards.

• Drive carefully: Use extra caution while driving and if you are planning to drive, steer clear of alcohol.

• Keep your pets inside: Even if your dog enjoys the parade of children, the neighborhood children may not enjoy meeting your family pet.


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