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The Value of an Insurance Review in 2021

2021 will be an interesting year and there are sure to be many changes in your life, your work and your finances. It is important that your insurance is able to address your needs as your life changes.  Our team is ready to help you understand how your insurance needs have changed over time.  Here are a few examples of how life changes may impact...

Home Insurance Planning For 2021

A Personal Insurance Update We work to ensure that your home insurance provides the protection you deserve and need.   We understand you may need different coverage like a personal umbrella, RV insurance, valuable articles coverage, earthquake, or flood coverage. Over the years, we have found that homeowners who adhere to the following strategies have a better chance of obtaining the best possible combination of coverage,...

Stop Porch Pirates This Holiday Season

The holiday season is filled with fun, parties, food, gifts, overeating and unfortunately some risk. One of the fasted growing risks for many people are stolen packages by porch pirates.  According to proopertycasualtiy360, over 26 million packages are stolen during the holiday season.  Need more bad news? Your homeowners or renter’s insurance generally may not cover this loss as it tends to be under your...

How to Hire Part Time Seasonal Workers

Business Insurance update  This is the time of year when your business will be hiring part time workers to help you manage the holiday season. For the most part, you will not need to modify your business insurance, but if you add new classifications or payroll, it may affect your workers’ compensation insurance.  Now might be a good time to have us complete a review...

Holiday Party Safety

December is filled with many wonderful office events including the company Holiday party. However, without the appropriate precautionary measures, legal consequences can quickly dampen the festive nature of these company-sponsored events. With the growth of social media, that last thing you want is a picture of yourself dancing on the table posted on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Also, almost 40 percent of all holiday traffic fatalities...