Spring has officially sprung, which means we are in the middle of wedding season!
A lot goes into planning a wedding. There are deposits on venues, dresses and tuxedos to rent/buy, vendors to put on retainer, and all the other details that make your day so special. You want everything to be perfect.
With all of the planning that goes into the Big Day, it’s normal to look for ways to prevent disaster. After all, storms, damaged dresses, lost rings, and venues that go belly-up right before your wedding day are not unheard of in the industry. But how do you avoid one of these disasters derailing your day? Read more →
Wedding insurance is a great way to make sure the Big Day goes off without a hitch. But what about protecting your investments after your wedding? Have you thought about engagement ring insurance for that gorgeous rock?
Or perhaps you’re not married, but you have other valuable items of jewelry to protect. Maybe an antique brooch from your grandmother or a pocket watch from your great-great-grandfather. Jewelry is expensive and—in the case of heirlooms—often irreplaceable. But having jewelry coverage on your gems, gold, and other precious metals can help if your engagement ring is lost.
In this article, we’ll go over some of the more common questions that you may have about getting jewelry insured. Read more →
You’ve registered with SunBiz.org, signed a lease, and maybe even hired your first employee. But then a friend asks about your insurance. What does small business insurance cost, anyway? What should you expect?
Your business insurance premiums depends a lot on your unique business, but it doesn’t help you to just say, “It all depends; contact your agent” without also giving you a little bit of insight into how several different factors affect your small business insurance cost. Read more →
Carrying the right insurance for contractors is just as important as having the right drill bit: it can keep you in business for years to come.
Construction projects are, by their very nature, filled with risk: heavy tools, sharp objects, demolition…need we say more? So when your customers trust you with their homes or businesses, it’s vital to earn and keep their trust; you can do this best by providing top-notch work and protecting them (and yourself) from that risk.
How can you do that? It’s all about having the right insurance policy.
In this article we’ll talk about the different types of insurance for contractors and how to use your coverage to increase your clients’ trust.
Owning a restaurant is a dream you’ve held for years and now it’s coming true! You’ve thought about your menu, seating options, even your logo, but have you thought about restaurant insurance?
Between your inventory, customers, and the business itself, restaurants carry a large amount of risk. But your pizza parlor, bakery, or cafe is also your livelihood. Is that a risk you’re willing to take? Having the right restaurant insurance policy can prevent you from having to kiss your dream goodbye.
So let’s take a look at 9 essential types of restaurant insurance that will keep you in business for years to come.
Put down the phone! You can save hours, stress, and money by getting an insurance rate comparison from an independent insurance agent.
Maybe you’re starting a new business. Or perhaps you’re just curious about whether you’re overspending on your premiums. Getting an insurance rate comparison is a great way to research your options and get a policy that’s right for you.
But you have a choice: use up next week’s lunch breaks calling every insurance company you can or getting an insurance rate comparison from an independent insurance agent.
Aside from the fact that they’re completely free (yep!), here are five reasons why you should work with an independent insurance agent rather than buying your policies directly from the corporate office.
You haven’t even made it all the way inside from your mailbox, and you’re already frustrated!
It seems like every year when that homeowner insurance renewal comes, it’s asking for more money. You haven’t had a claim since you bought the home 15 years ago; it just doesn’t seem fair.
Well, when it comes to one of the biggest causes for home insurance premium increases, you’re right. It’s not fair.
When Homeowners Become Victims
The State of Florida is currently faced with a major insurance crisis.
It comes in the form of widespread fraud…specifically fraud perpetrated by crooked contractors and public adjusters responding to claims caused by alleged water damage and hail storms. Homeowners become victims when they fall for a too-good-to-be-true offer from the scammer.
Let’s take a look at some examples of how this fraud is committed. Read more →