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Don’t Get Tricked By Halloween

A Homeowners Insurance Update Your homeowners insurance covers many different kinds of risks including vandalism caused by trick-or-treaters.  Now may be a good time to have a free home insurance review. In the next few days, we will be watching children scramble from house to house in search of the elusive Halloween treat.  However, keeping our kids safe as they are active on Halloween night... Read Article

Two New Areas Of Employment Litigation

Whether you are a large corporation or a small business, the employer/employee relationship has changed. In today’s world, employers can no longer assume all employment relationships will go smoothly. Employment claims can be distracting and emotional for business owners. They may feel betrayed by employees they've known and trusted. Finding a suitable Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) program has become one of the single most... Read Article

Common Mistakes Made When Purchasing Insurance

There are a number of common mistakes some individuals and businesses make when it comes to purchasing insurance. Insurance is the product you buy in case the unexpected happens. Unfortunately, by the time you need it, it's too late to make sure you have the right type and amount of insurance coverage. Make sure you don't make the following mistakes while buying business insurance or... Read Article

Two Words Your Kids Want To Hear… No School!

Summer vacation is here and the kids are free for a few months. That also means pool parties, fireworks, family vacations, and accidents. Medical experts remind us that during June, July, and August, there is a dramatic increase in children’s injuries. Many of these injuries may be covered by your homeowner’s or renter’s insurance. However, a little bit of prevention will go a long way... Read Article

Four Things To Review Prior to Signing Any Contract

Contracts are signed in business every day.  Contracts can include property lease agreements, equipment lease agreements, service agreements, and employment contracts.  It is an important part of your business insurance and risk management program to review all contracts prior to signing.  We always recommend that you have an attorney review contracts to make sure that they comply with all state regulations. Contract Hot Spots Hold... Read Article

 

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