Monday, May 25, 2020
Your Contractor is Licensed, But Does He Have General Liability Insurance?
Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011
No matter what the size of your project, when it comes to remodeling your home, you must be prepared for everything. For the most part, before hiring a contractor, everyone knows the importance of confirming if your contractor is licensed. But, what most people don’t confirm: is that their contractor has Florida General Liability Insurance.
Florida Commercial Insurance Basics
Tuesday, Sep 13, 2011
Planning to open a business? You’re in for a busy time. There’s a lot to get your head around, and the chances are you have a massive “to do” list close at hand. Perhaps you’re here because you’ve just worked your way down to “insurance” on your list! We know you’re busy, so here are the different types of Florida commercial insurance. You may need some or all of them:
Stay Safe on the Water with Florida Boat Insurance & Safety Equipment
Thursday, Jul 28, 2011
Think about this. You are out on your boat enjoying time with family and friends, participating in different water sports such as tubing and waterskiing. You glance away for a second at the beautiful sunset in the distance, only to look back in time to see a huge rock approaching in your path. You do not have time to avert the watercraft out of the way of the oncoming rock. Your boat smashes into the rock and comes to a halt.
Yes, Even Disney World Needs Florida General Liability Insurance
Tuesday, Jul 19, 2011
The most magical place on earth—filled with happy families, screaming children, rides, characters and exhilarating roller coasters. Walt Disney World has a little something for everyone, making it truly a dream come true. Don’t let all that magic fool your sense of reality though.
Don’t Be Left Behind Without Florida Commercial Insurance
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Being a business owner you understand the risks—as well as the rewards—of running your own business. Business is unpredictable, and you never know what type of obstacles and misfortunes you’ll run into. Your goals are normally to maximize profits while continuing to minimize overall costs.