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Six Insurance Coverages Small Retailers Need

Posted in General, Business

As an owner of a small retail business, it may be difficult to identify which types of insurance coverages are best for your business. Here are six coverages that are necessary to protect your business.

Umbrella Insurance

Why adding Umbrella insurance to your policy is a must

Posted in General, Auto, Home

When it comes to protecting the things that matter most, you may want to consider adding an extra layer of protection with Umbrella insurance.

Errors and Omissions Mechanics Contractors Manufacturers

Errors & Omissions Insurance for Mechanics, Contractors & Manufacturers

Posted in General, Business

Errors & Omissions (E&O) insurance can help mechanics, contractors and manufacturers manage the financial risks associated with faulty workmanship claims. It provides extra protection by covering damages that arise from a business’s negligent act, error or omission, or from defective parts or improper installation.

Home Water Damage

Water damage to your home – why it happens and how to prevent it

Posted in General, Home

14,000 people in the U.S. experience a water damage emergency at home or work each day. Water damage is typically messy, can be hazardous and depending on the root cause for the damage, a costly nightmare.

Holiday Decoration Safety

Holiday Decoration Safety Tips

Posted in General, Home

The holidays are a perfect time for getting together with family and friends. Rarely do we consider how our festive decorations could put us at risk for injury or fire. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that every year more than 15,000 injuries involving holiday decorations are seen in emergency departments nationwide during November and December. These reminders can go a long way to keeping your family safe during the holiday season.

online shopping security

7 tips to protect yourself while online shopping

Posted in General, Home

From clothes to appliances and even groceries, almost anything can be purchased online — and many of us are doing just that. In fact, 95% of Americans have reported to shopping online at least yearly1. As we continue to shift toward this trend, the amount of fraud and/or identity theft incidences are increasing. In 2016, cyber criminals stole from 15.4 million Americans, up 16 percent since 2015. In total, they stole $16 billion — more than $1,000 per victim2.


The next time you buy online, follow these tips to protect yourself from falling victim to fraud or theft.