4 Types of Insurance To Keep Your Business Protected

If you own a business the chances are high that you will have many things to do each day. There are numerous responsibilities when it comes to being an owner of a company and you will want to ensure these get done in a timely manner. One thing you should do is work to avoid any type of financial losses. You can accomplish this goal by getting the right amount of business insurance  in place to protect you. Read More 

Newlyweds: 3 Reasons To Combine Auto Insurance Policies

If you have just married the love of your life, the last thing that you might be thinking about is your car insurance. However, if you haven't done so yet, you should know that this is an important step to take. If the two of you have insurance through different providers, you may want to compare your options to see which one will be cheaper as a combined policy. Regardless of which company you choose, however, consider these reasons why this is an important step to take when you return from the honeymoon. Read More 

Hurt At Work? Two Reasons Why You Should File For Worker’s Compensation

If you've been hurt while performing your job duties, you may quietly go see a doctor, or decide that you're able to handle the medical issue at home.  However, when you are injured at work, it's important for you to file a worker's compensation claim right away.  Depending on which state you reside in, many employers are required to have worker's compensation insurance, and it's there to provide restitution if you injure yourself at the workplace. Read More 

3 Tips To Help You Save The Most Materials When Doing Fire Damage Demolition

If you have the misfortune of dealing with a fire damage restoration, there are many things that you may have to do. One of the problems that you may be facing is doing the demolition before the rebuilding process can begin. If you are planning on doing some of the work yourself, to help reduce costs, you may want to reuse as many materials as possible. Here are some tips to help you salvage as much material as possible during your fire damage restoration:    Read More 

Pre-Vacation Tasks That Will Reduce Your Risk Of Filing A Home Insurance Claim

When preparing to take a vacation, the average homeowner should understand the importance of spending a bit of time of securing their home before leaving. Tasks such as canceling your mail delivery, having someone cut your lawn or shovel your snow, closing the blinds, and setting your security system are all important ways to reduce the risk of a break-in while you're away. It's also important, though, to think of the tasks that will reduce your risk of having to file a home insurance claim upon arriving back home. Read More