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The Best Approach To Winter Roads For Non-Emergency Transportation Companies

Well, old man winter is upon us. While our non-emergency transportation companies in Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama and other southern states are experiencing less severe road conditions. –

Should My Restaurant Insurance Policy Include Equipment Breakdown Coverage?

Equipment Breakdown coverage is excluded from the standard commercial package insurance policy. The success of your restaurant business heavily depends on a variety of equipment, and if equipment breakdown were to occur your success and reputation could be jeopardized. This valuable coverage can be added as a stand alone policy or in some cases […]

Insurance Friday the 13th

Today is the ominous Friday the 13th.
Whether, you are superstitious or just a little-stitious, we all know accidents happen. This video “spins” a little out of control fast! Don’t let the unforeseen be a consequence that sets you back in life.
Foolishly, some people still choose to believe “it won’t happen to them,” and aren’t prepared […]

Home Insurance In Georgia Is Vulnerable To Fraudulent Contractors

The saying “as long as you’ve got a roof over your head,” may not be the whole truth, especially if your in the “peach state.”
Fraudulent claims involving roofing contractors are common across the Georgia area, because the lack of licensing requirements in the state. Georgia does not require roofing contractors to be licensed. Many […]

Hostess Files For Bankruptcy; Our GA Insurance Company Is In Denial

Twinkies may be able to survive a Nuclear bomb, but they can’t survive today’s economic times. Hostess is preparing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Hostess blames the increase in competition and difficult economic circumstances, pointing to the high labor cost they’ve endured. If this is something you can relate to, there is hope. We […]

Are You Prepared For Natural Disasters?

October 21, 2010 | by Jim

Trusted Choice and the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA) recently released the results of a survey polling people about how prepared they think they are for natural disasters. Less than 22% said they felt fully prepared for a disaster. Quite honestly, even as an […]

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5 Stages of Hurricane Preparedness

Table of Contents
1. Before A Hurricane
2. During A Hurricane Watch
3. A Hurricane Warning
4. During The Hurricane Storm
5. The Aftermath
What to Do If There is Damage to Your Home or Business
The Homeowners Insurance You Need

Hurricanes and tornadoes are powerful and frightening, but you don’t have to be completely at their mercy. There are ways for […]

Summertime is Pool Season – Keep it Safe!

Swimming is a favorite summertime activity all over the country. Unfortunately, tragedy can strike quickly and unexpectedly. Here are some things you might not know about pool safety.
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6 Tips For Grilling Safely

Americans enjoy more than three billion barbecues each year. But barbecuing can be dangerous, even deadly, if you are not careful. The following tips can make your grilling experience safer: