Insurance & Risk Management Insights
The following articles breakdown complex and confusing business and personal insurance concepts into plain language terms you can use to make better decisions about your own insurance program. If you have questions or need help, click here.
This post is going to explain why you are overpaying for your workers’ compensation insurance.
Considering Liberty Mutual business insurance, this review has everything you need to know before your buy.
If you’re considering Progressive business insurance, this is the review for you.
When providing a Certificate of Insurance to a client, vendor, or general contractor, you may be asked to include primary and non-contributory language.
When it comes to business insurance, there is one policy we see taken for granted more than any other: workers’ compensation insurance. This is NOT business owners fault. You’ve been trained by your insurance agent to think of worker’s comp as a “Set-it-and-forget-it” policy where rates are set by the state and there is nothing
We’re workers compensation specialists and can help you navigate the market and workforce changes to make sure you have the coverage you without being overcharged.
Here is the story of a contracting business that recently called us after receiving a $13,000 worker’s comp audit bill in the mail. This story should serve as a warning for what can happen when businesses try to DIY (Do-It-Yourself) their worker’s compensation insurance. Watch below or keep reading… The Wrong Way to Purchase Worker’s
Builder’s risk insurance, or as it is also known as, “Construction insurance,” covers a builder or contractor’s property, material, and equipment as it relates to a residential or commercial building or project under construction.