What has completed operations coverage?
Our advisor, John C., details what completed operations coverage means for your business.
Newly released data from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reflected a 6.6% increase in car theft across the United States as almost 800,000 vehicles were taken from their owners in 2016.
When it’s time to buy a new car, we all have our own ideas about what makes it the right fit. Some of us want more legroom, while others want more cargo space. Then there are those who merely want a killer sound system and great rims.
Cyber threats are real. Below we have listed out four major reasons that small business need to incorporate cyber protection into their commercial insurance plan. Four reasons why cyber coverage is essential.
It's every landlord's greatest fear: The problem tenant. The one who swears he'll have the two months' rent he owes next week. The one who makes unauthorized changes to the property, then tries to credit the cost against the rent. The one who causes significant damage. At some point, their landlords decide to evict them.
With recent advances in both technology and the internet, even more people are running home-based businesses, full-time or part-time. But will your homeowner's policy cover the risks of a home-based business? In nearly every case, the answer is no.
College students used to show up to their dorms with not much more than the clothes on their backs, a couple of suitcases full of odds and ends, and maybe a small stereo. Laptops were unheard of, gadgets didn't exist, and the only phone they'd have access to was a community phone in the hall. Now that technology has evolved, students are heading to college with many more valuables.
When a data breach occurs, quick action is important to help restore the public’s confidence if your a business victimized by a cyber attack.
There were over 77 million domestic dogs residing in homes across the United States between 2015 and 2016. This was a finding in a survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association. According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are over 4.5 million dog bites reported each year. Of that amount, almost 900,000 require medical care, and about 50 percent of those cases involve children. While some insurers will cover most dogs, some will not insure a long list of specific breeds. Dobermans and pit bulls are on many of the exclusion lists. Some insurers do not discriminate by breed and instead determine a dog's status by individual evaluation.
Most people know the importance of insurance protection. You don't want to be without it when problems strike. What many don't realize, however, is that protecting themselves with insurance isn't a once and done event. You don't wear the same pants you did when you were five years old because, besides no longer being in style, they simply don't fit. A homeowner's policy purchased when your house was furnished with bean bag chairs and bar stools is no longer going to "fit" once you're lounging on Italian leather sofas while watching television on your wall mounted plasma screen. Life is constantly changing, and your insurance policies should reflect that.