brandon: Who Will Policyholders Turn To in State Farm's Absence? - 02/25/09 12:03 PM
Re-posted from Becky Ann Toleman:
By now, everyone knows that corporate insurance giant State Farm will be leaving their Florida policyholders due to the massive amount of repairs due to hurricanes. The company claims it doesn't have the funds to service victims of hurricane damages. This news will affect some 1.2 million who own policies for houses, condos, and businesses.
Although everyone's heard the news by now, and State Farm has stated that they're not going anywhere until after this year's hurricane season, Floridians are now faced with the question: where to go now?
It's true that they have awhile to … (0 comments)

brandon: Inside EPLI: What’s Covered & Why You Need It - 12/18/08 08:18 AM
In these days of business lawsuits being hurled back and forth, companies - no matter how big or small, corporate or mom 'n pop - must take extra care to protect themselves from claims. Three out of five businesses will be sued by an employee, an no one is exempt. It doesn't matter how new or old the company is.  
More and more businesses are seeing how vulnerable they are. If they rub an employee the wrong way, it can mean financial disaster. From the pre-hiring process through the exit interview, it just takes one unpleasant situation to cause an … (0 comments)

brandon: After the Accident - 10/10/08 07:53 AM
Although car accidents tend to happen more often in the colder months, what you need to do after an accident never changes. Of course, most people can’t think clearly directly after getting into a bump-up; therefore it’s important to already know what to do before you get into an accident.
Find out who and what has been damaged or injured. Try to be calm. If you’re panicking, it will only make the situation worse. There needs to be a calm person to determine the extent of damage and to determine if there are any injuries that need immediate medical attention. If … (0 comments)

brandon: Up Your Home Security & Lower Your Home Insurance - 10/09/08 02:01 PM
If you’re fortunate enough to never been burglarized, consider yourself lucky; more than 2 million Americans are victims of burglary each year. Most people are content and feel safe with simply locking their front door and windows – until they get robbed. They then see how vulnerable their homes really are.
Here are some tips to help keep your home safe from uninvited strangers:
• Pay special care to corners that are not facing the main street or out of line of sight for other homes. If there are windows in these areas, make sure they’re well-secured. Also make sure that … (0 comments)

 
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