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Questions You Should Ask Yourself About Your Personal Insurance

Everyone needs some level of personal insurance. Most purchase auto insurance, homeowners or renters insurance, life insurance, and maybe personal umbrella coverage. There are many choices that at times you may wonder which is best for you and your family.  We put together a list of questions you might think about as you consider your personal insurance. We always recommend you review your personal insurance...

Workers' Compensation Cost Reduction Tip

It is true that no company will be completely free of Workers’ Compensation claims. Accidents do happen, and that is why you have Workers’ Compensation Insurance. The goal should be to develop a pattern of reduced claim numbers and claims costs from year to year. One effective way to manage these costs is to change the way you hire. We have noticed that when companies...

How To Get The Most Out of Your Business Insurance

There are just so many alternatives when it comes to choosing the correct insurance for your company. When it comes to commercial company insurance, one of the most important things to think about is how to get the most out of your policy. Start making the most of your commercial business insurance, consider the following suggestions: Keep your policy current, review and update it on...

Types of Commercial Insurance Your Business Might Need

We live in a constantly changing world, and your business's insurance coverage must adapt to keep up. To maintain your commercial insurance up to date, you must be able to change and update your insurance program on a regular basis. Your organization may require a number of cutting-edge insurance products developed by the insurance industry. The type of business insurance you need is decided by...

Georgia Contractors Professional Liability Insurance (CPLI)

Trends in the insurance and legal industry are creating new exposures for contractors. Contractors are now being held liable for damages and loss arising out of professional advice. A contractor not adequately protected, can expose their company to financial loss. Yet, less than half of all contractors in need of the coverage are buying it. Why is that? It might be that contractors don’t fully...