It might be intimidating to look at your home insurance policy. That thing looks, well, extremely boring and tedious. What if you just want a bird’s-eye view of what your policy does? Of course, it’s important to read your entire home insurance policy, but there has to be an easier way to get the basics. Well, insurance companies had the same thought. Enter the declaration page! Here’s an explanation of what the declaration page is.
If you have a dump truck business, you’ve got lots on your plate. Running a business isn’t easy, and one thing that you need to consider is your insurance. It’s crucial that you protect your business financially, after all. Maybe you’re wondering how to get dump truck insurance. Not to worry – we’ll explain! And good news – we can make the insurance process easy.
Whenever the words “school bus” and “wreck” are in the same sentence, it’s scary. A school bus is supposed to be a safe place, a secure way to transport children to and from school. But unfortunately, that doesn’t mean they’re immune to crashes, much as we wish they were. Thankfully, in the wreck we’re going to take a look at in this article, no children were on the bus at the time of the crash and the adults involved experienced only minor injuries. We’re glad to hear that there were no severe injuries as a result of the dump truck and school bus crash. Let’s take a look at how insurance could come into play with this accident.
If you’re planning a big event and/or shindig, you’ve got a lot on your plate. There are a lot of moving pieces and a lot of things to juggle, from getting a venue to booking a caterer to sending out invitations. You might be worried that something could go horribly wrong to derail the event, or that an accident at the event could lead to a lawsuit. At any rate, you’re considering special event insurance. But what kind of events can you get insurance for? We’ll go over some of the events that you can consider event insurance for.
You might have a second home that you’re renting out on an annual basis. If you own a second house, why not? You can make some money by getting tenants to live in the home. But that brings up an interesting insurance quandary – how do you insure a second home that you don’t live in, but that you rent out on an annual basis? It’s not like you’re insuring your primary residence because, well, you’re not living there. A tenant is. We’ll explain how to insure a second home that you’re renting out on an annual basis.
Okay, so for all of the hardcore Game of Thrones fans out there – we’re with you. A lot of us around the office have followed the emotional roller coaster that is Game of Thrones, so we get the mix of excitement and devastation that comes along with anticipating the series finale this Sunday. On the one hand – we’ll know who wins the Iron Throne. On the other hand – we’ll know who wins the Iron Throne. Meaning the show’s over.
Auto body shops aren’t without their risks, and that includes risks that directly involve your employees. They’re the ones who are working with the cars and spending a lot of time in the shop itself. And that’s why workers’ comp is one of the insurance coverages that auto body shops need to consider. But why is workers’ comp really necessary? Why do you as the owner if the auto shop need to go on the hunt for workers’ comp? We’ll explain four reasons that auto body shops and workers’ comp go hand in hand.
So, you know that you need to get auto insurance before you hit the road. You know you can’t drive without it, but the thing is that it’s pricey. Why do you even have to get car insurance? What’s the point of the lengthy list of coverages you can choose from? Why is it important to put some serious thought into insuring your car as opposed to just choosing the cheapest, bare-bones coverage you can find? These are all valid questions, and we’re going to answer them. Knowing why you need car insurance might make it easier to cough up the money for your bill.
So, you’re moving and you’re trying to sell your house. In fact, you have a new place that you’ve already bought, and you’re going to pack up and move. But what about your current house? You’ll have to leave it vacant while you’re still trying to sell it. But…how does your home insurance work in this situation? You’re not living in the house and all of your stuff is going to be gone. Of course, that house is still valuable, and it’s still an investment. You still need it to be protected from loss. But will your home insurance still cover the house that you’ve moved out of? We’ll explain.
For truck drivers, whose job it is to, well, drive, the road can turn into an extremely dangerous place. Wrecks and crashes happen, and there are a lot of hazards out there – from bad weather and slick roads to other drivers to traffic. Today we’ll take a look at a tank truck wreck that occurred in Arlington, Texas by giving an overview of what happened, presenting some questions we have from an insurance perspective, and going through some of the coverages that could help this trucking business recover.