Tag: Insurance Agent

The Coronavirus Will Have An Impact Here

The Coronavirus Will Have An Impact The United States The Centers for Disease Control recently stated that the Coronavirus will have an impact in the United States. People who contracted the Wuhan virus have reported symptoms that include fever, chills, headaches, difficulty breathing, and a sore throat.  Now is a good time to start thinking about how you might protect yourself and your family from contracting this...

Do You Really Need Flood Insurance?

Why Purchase Flood Insurance? Guidelines on How to Purchase Flood Insurance Many areas of the south are subject to flooding.  Flooding causes over 10 billion dollars of damage each year.  Your homeowners, condominium, or renter’s insurance will not cover flooding losses.  Over 20 percent of land is considered in some flood zone.  Even if you do not live in a high flood risk area, you...

How To Prepare For Holiday Home Safety

The Holidays are almost upon us, and if you have been to any department store, the sounds of Christmas are ringing out. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, over 400 homes are destroyed annually by causes related to Christmas tree fires. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission hospital, emergency rooms treat over 12,900 people each year for injuries such as falls, cuts and...

Common Mistakes Made When Purchasing Business Insurance

  Business Insurance 101 We work with hundreds of businesses and help them manage their commercial insurance programs. Our team recommends coverage and risk options as part of our regular services. Over the years, we have seen some businesses make preventable mistakes when considering their insurance coverage.  We thought it would be good to share these with you. Business Insurance Mistakes Mistake: Assuming you do...

How To Reduce Slip And Fall Accidents At Your Business

How To Reduce Slip And Fall Accidents At Your Business Business Safety Slip and fall accidents are some of the most common accidents you can have as a business owner. Slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents. They cause 15% of all accidental deaths, and are second only to motor vehicles as a cause of fatalities. You have customers, clients, vendors,...