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Insurance for Circus Schools Acrobatics, aerial arts, hand balance, physical theater — circus school is fast becoming a popular form of exercise, thanks to touring shows like Cirque du Soliel, Pippin and Cirkus Cirkör, and cabarets and cruise ships that pique our interest. In fact, as...

Insurance for Pumpkin Patch Owners It’s almost that time of year again when ghouls and goblins walk the streets in search of tricks and treats. Halloween is just around the corner, and so are some pumpkin patches. Here’s where you’ll find large amounts of pumpkins grown...

Insurance for Car Dealerships - Driven to Protect Car Dealers As a car dealer, you love putting customers into new or used cars at a great price. Let’s face it, there’s no greater satisfaction than closing a deal. But what about the risks of owning or...

Inflatables Insurance They’re colorful and fun — and potentially dangerous. Inflatable bounce houses are making the news all too often these days with stories of runaway houses with kids in tow. In 2016, a little girl was killed when a sudden strong wind blew away the...

Fake Insurance It’s running rampant, spotted in countless policies in homes and businesses across the country. It’s “fake insurance” — gaps or exclusions that expose themselves when you need them most. Say you’re a retired policeman still packing (legally!) and your firearm is stolen and used after...

Insurance for Skydiving and Parachuting Skydiving clubs and schools are springing up all around the world. It’s no wonder when you consider skydiving as a popular sport these days. In 2017 alone, there were close to 39,000 active members of the United States Parachute Association (USPA). According...

Insurance for Mud Races MudFest is down and dirty and one of the biggest events to hit the south. Here’s where you’ll find vehicles (typically four-wheel drives) driving through a pit of mud or a track. Drive the entire distance of the pit and you’re the...

Insurance for Tiki Boats It’s the latest phenomenon to hit the water — tiki boats! They’re all the rage in Key West, Lake George, Lake Winnipesaukee, Newport Beach and Pittsburgh’s three rivers. What’s a tiki boat? It’s a floating tiki bar with barstools and a captain...