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All-In-One We are excited to announce a new “All-in-One” policy. Instead of buying separate insurance policies for each type of coverage like Commercial/Business Liability, Liquor Liability, Assault & Battery, Active Shooter, etc., we are offering one policy for all liability coverages with one insurance company. All...

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 Mountain Guides Mountain guides take great pride in shepherding people in the mountains, guiding them to places they’ve always wanted to go with the skill set and knowledge of a guide behind them. But mountain guiding is rife with hazards, as mountains are an...

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 Hot Air Balloons Hot air ballooning is perhaps one of the most breathtaking experiences you could ever enjoy. Soaring above the treetops, or anywhere from 1,000 to 3,000 feet above the ground, the view is nothing short of spectacular. New Mexico is one of...

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...

Apples are wonderful, but it only takes one bad apple to spoil the bunch. The same can be said of employees. Most are wonderful, well-intentioned contributors to a culture of success. However, one employee acting irresponsibly can cause a great deal of harm to any organization. For example, take the recent case of Pennsylvania State University and their former assistant football coach, Jerry Sandusky. For the few people in the country unfamiliar with this tragedy, Jerry Sandusky was convicted in June of sexually abusing several boys. Most were abused inside of campus buildings, which is not only horribly tragic, but put the university itself under legal fire. According to Chad Hemenway of Property Casualty 360, Penn State finds itself now sorting through multiple settlements for Sandusky’s victims.