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Extreme Sport Insurance

The summer is the best time for people to go outside and enjoy the weather. A lot of businesses open their doors once again for fun activities including water sports, ATVs, amusement parks, and more. We want to stress the importance of having liability insurance...

Hiking, boating, ATV tours, and, of course, fireworks—summer is all about enjoying the beautiful weather with friends and family. If you own a business offering tours, equipment rentals, and other services related to summer fun, you need to make sure you have liability insurance for...

Goodbye winter, hello spring! That’s right, spring has sprung and everyone is itching to be outdoors once again. That also means that it’s time for the sun to shed some light on your business operations. No matter what kind of business you’re running, make sure...

Protecting Guided Tour Companies on Land, Sea or Air New York City has always been a center of attraction — last year was no exception. In 2017, the City welcomed a record 62.8 million visitors in 2017, an increase of 2.3 million tourists over 2016. Of those, 49.7 million were...

Did you know small business owners have a 40% chance of having an incident that results in an insurance claim? What’s even more troubling is that 40% of small businesses have no insurance at all. Additionally, 60% of small business owners who operate from home...

Insurance for Water Sports Companies Over the last five years, Miami Beach Ocean Watersports has been helping thrill-seekers fly like a bird 500 feet above the water. Parasailing is big business in the U.S. with nearly 238 commercial parasailing operations across the country. Although a whole...

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...

No one wants to get into trouble. Nobody wakes up and thinks, “Boy. Today, I think I’d like to test the limits of my legal and insurance coverage. Honey? Get the 4-wheelers out! We’re going to test them out on that golf course.” Trouble is a thing that pops up when least expected. The trick to taking care of trouble is making sure that as many of these little gaps as possible are not problem areas. Without being alarmists, it can be surprising the things that American adults can be found personally liable for. A large lawsuit can boil down to something simple like: