2019 has been full of ups and downs. And just like 2018, this year has brought change to the insurance industry. From cyber-attacks to sexual harassment, here are some areas you can expect to see grow in 2020: Cyber: Cyber-attacks continue to get more complicated and complex every year. According to a recent Malwarebytes report, … Continue reading What’s in Store for 2020?
Did You Know… You can add coverage to your auto insurance policy to cover you if you’re in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver. Getting into a car accident is an incredibly stressful event. And getting into a car accident with an uninsured or underinsured motorist can send your stress levels straight through … Continue reading Did You Know – You Can Add Coverage to Your Auto Policy to Cover Uninsured or Underinsured Drivers
Are you thinking of renovating an old kitchen, installing a hot tub or building an in-law suite? While it might seem enticing and budget-friendly to DIY or hire an (unlicensed) friend to help with these projects, when it comes to home maintenance, the cheapest routes are usually not the safest. Many people don’t understand the … Continue reading Insurance Tip: Why It’s Critical for Your Contractors and Vendors to Be Licensed & Insured
Did you know… Among those individuals with life insurance, about 1 in 5 say that they don’t have enough. While approximately 60 percent of all people in the United States were covered by some type of life insurance in 2018, many consumers are still confused about the types of life insurance – and how much … Continue reading Did You Know – Life Insurance
Accidents happen. And if you’ve never been in one, consider yourself lucky. In fact, the average American driver can expect to be in three or four accidents in their lifetime – and that’s just as likely to happen while driving a company vehicle as it is driving your family car. In general, companies are usually … Continue reading Crash the company car? Here are 5 steps to take if you’re involved in a commercial/business vehicle accident.
September is recognized as National Preparedness Month. An initiative by Ready.gov, the month aims to encourage and remind Americans to prepare for disasters or emergencies at home, at work and in the community. This year’s theme is “Prepared, Not Scared” and its goal is to help homeowners and business owners develop a proactive plan of … Continue reading National Preparedness Month: It’s Time to Review Your Insurance Coverage
Did You Know… If your neighbor’s tree falls on your house or car, you’re likely responsible? While summer means relaxing by the pool and enjoying the warm weather, it can also mean damaging storms and high winds. All it takes is one strong storm to topple a tree and cause significant damage to your home … Continue reading Did You Know – Neighbor’s Tree Falls on Your House or Car: Who’s Responsible?
Insurance. We all need it. It safeguards our property, our families, our businesses and our employees. Insurance can help us pay for property damages, injuries, and medical expenses that might otherwise have large financial consequences. However, sometimes navigating the various policies, terms, and coverages can get confusing and overwhelming. Let’s break down the most common … Continue reading Insurance Lingo 101