We represent several of the best insurance firms in the country; from huge national stock firms to local regional carriers. Whether you need Personal Insurance, Commercial Insurance, Bonds, International Cargo, Life, Health, or Disability, we currently have many alternatives available for you. We have a staff of specialists ready to serve you.
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Every one of our advisors has experienced the professional treadmill and chosen a path that actually leads to a destination. We know how to disrupt the status quo and want to help you do the same. Our insurance pros believe that being prepared leads to independence. Together, we'll leverage your goals with smart insurance advice so you can focus on what matters most. Keeping your employees safe at work is important to most business owners. But when a worker does suffer an injury, workers compensation coverage provides your employees with protection they need, and also, provides you with peace of mind.
Our reasons for becoming insurance professionals are deeply personal. We repeatedly saw friends and family struggling to find the coverage they needed. We are confident that with our understanding of the insurance space, we can help people better prepare for the future. After years in the business, we have developed a reputation for educating individuals in an easy-to-understand manner, so they can easily grasp personal insurance concepts. Above all else, we feel a commitment to our community. Over the years, we have found that a team approach can be an effective method of helping clients with a wide variety of needs, as they navigate the complex world of insurance.
The simplest clerical error or proofreading mistake (even one made by a trainee) can cost you, especially if it results in financial loss or damage to the reputation of one of your customers. That's why it's important to understand the extent of your business liability insurance since it only protects your operation against bodily injury, property damage, or advertising injury. But what happens when you, one of your employees, or a vendor fails to catch something that your customer doesn't miss, and they hold you responsible?
You never know when it might rain. So, just like the name implies, this type of policy acts like an umbrella, providing protection against a wide range of potential financial dangers and unforeseeable mishaps. However, what exactly is covered by your umbrella policy depends on how you decide to set it up. Yes, your existing insurance may protect you to an extent, but an umbrella policy goes much further for less cost than upping the limits on your existing policy because it covers for different types of risks.
Owning a motorcycle can be one of the most exhilarating things in life, but according to the National Safety Council, a motorcycle accident that result in serious bodily harm happens every 6 minutes in the United States. If you think motorcycle insurance is a "wasted" expense, think again. Insurance is more about managing your risks than anything else. Without insurance, all it takes is one accident to drain your savings or your ability to pay medical expenses. We are here to make sure you have the right coverage for your needs, and that means we will do our best to get you the best coverage for the most reasonable cost.
You've carefully restored your ride, now it's time to customize an insurance policy that will cover your antique or collector car just as carefully. In fact, proper coverage is the most important thing for your classic investment. Because the marketplace values classic and collectible cars differently, you will need a policy that provides different coverage than "regular use" drivers. Since classic and collectible cars often register as older vehicles, they aren't evaluated at their true market value, according to standard insurance practices.
As a renter, you've got it pretty good: No property taxes, no lawn cutting, and no snow removal. But what would you do if you returned from work or a vacation and all your possessions in your apartment had been destroyed by a fire? Or if there were a break-in and some of your most expensive stuff was stolen? You may think that the building owner's insurance would take care of all the damage caused by a fire. Your building owner is only required to carry insurance for the structure. Usually, covering everything outside "your walls" is their responsibility, while everything inside is yours to cover.
Because every business is different, commercial insurance solutions for contractors can range from a basic policy to a thorough mix of coverages. Also, the type of contracting business you own, size, number of employees, and type of work all have an impact on the types of protection you may need. We understand you need to stay focused on work, and not the risks you face every day. That's why we work with multiple carriers to find you the best coverage at the most affordable price. Even when the job is finished, there is plenty more work to be done.