3 Things to Remember About Tail Coverage

More often than not, if you are a business professional, especially if you are a physician or lawyer, you will come across the term tail coverage. If you are not familiar with this useful insurance product, you will certainly ask, “What is tail coverage?” Tail coverage allows professionals to file claims after a standard policy…

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Recreational Equipment Safety Tips for Homeowners

Despite the fun that they can provide to children and adults as well, trampolines, swing sets and other recreational devices used for play and entertainment can also present major safety concerns for homeowners. Homeowners must assume responsibility for the safety of anyone using any equipment on their property. By addressing the safety concerns related to…

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Three Signs of Good Staffing Insurance

Good staffing insurance should cover a professional employer organization, or PEO, from risk and liability. PEO insurance can protect against claims arising from the employment services you provide such as HR management and payroll and benefits administration. When considering an insurance provider, here are three things to keep in mind. 1. Variety of Products Offered…

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Why Insurance Agencies Invest in Web Presence

Whether you’re opening your own office or you’re considering reinvesting in your insurance business, marketing and advertising are usually an essential consideration. Most of your agents will come to the table with their own portfolio of clients, but it always helps to have a lead generation strategy in place if you want to attract and…

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Home Insurance Options For Special Circumstances

There many local and national options for OC insurance. Sifting through the different coverage options and carriers can be time-consuming, and at times, confusing. Even with much planning and research, it may be difficult for non-traditional homeowners to find the coverage they need. Here are three coverage types to consider for non-traditional homes. 1. Tenant’s…

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Construction Delays Due to Bad Weather

Many construction projects may suffer delays due to bad weather. While the project manager should be prepared to deal with any consequences, rain delays cannot often be foreseen. Deadlines need to be met, and any delays can create stress, not to mention consequences if you can’t complete a project on time. Weather may not only…

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