"Commercial Insurance" Archives

  1. Is Insurance A Noble Profession?

    We believe without question that insurance is a noble profession. Our reason for this is that the purpose of insurance is to protect society, businesses, and individuals from financial loss and to help them recover when loss or damage occurs. Google defines “noble” as having, or showing, fine personal qualities or high moral principles and […]

  2. Every Texas Business Needs Property Insurance

    A Business Insurance Update Every business owns business property, and you may also own the building in which you run your operations. Property insurance protects the physical assets your nonprofit owns – such as computers, office equipment, buildings, furniture, fixtures, and other property. Every business should have a property insurance coverage to respond to the […]

  3. Property Insurance For Your Texas Business

    by Bob Lilly

    A Texas Business Insurance Update Every business owns business property, and you may also own the building in which you run your operations. Property insurance protects the physical assets your nonprofit owns – such as computers, office equipment, buildings, furniture, fixtures, and other property. Every business should have a property insurance coverage to respond to […]

  4. Risk Mangers Offer Sound Advice

    Some of the nation’s top risk managers often share their secrets with the world through published articles and on social media. We have been tracking these tips over the past year and thought we might share a few of them with you. Trip and fall injuries from Disney – With the millions of people and […]

  5. Contractors Insurance… A Must Read

    by Bob Lilly

    Contractors Insurance Update If you are a contractor you may have some coverage issues that you need to review. Many contractors’ insurance policies have limitations or exclusions that could cause un-insured losses. Contractors Insurance Concerns Contractual Liability The ISO Commercial General Liability Coverage form excludes damages or loss for which the contractor is obligated to […]

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