Slips, trips and falls accidents result in thousands of preventable injuries. Slips, trips and falls are also among the most frequent causes of loss. These accidents can result in claims and judgments in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, which ultimately can impact your insurance premium.
Is your residential building prepared for a fire? Preventing fires are extremely important, but what happens when a fire breaks out? Are you prepared? Do your tenants know what to do?
Crime Policies protect against white collar crimes and internal theft that can happen to any company even those with the most rigorous safety controls.
You can learn from a tumultuous year about being prepared for natural and financial disasters, and keeping politics out of investing.
As it gets colder and temperatures drop to freezing water pipes can crack and burst. Follow these tips to prevent pipes from freezing.
Cold temperatures and winter weather can create dangerous situations that need expensive and extensive repairs. 13 Ways to winterize your property.
Building owners and managers have an obligation to keep their building and rental properties safe for tenants and visitors.
Winter brings a lot of hazards to real estate owners and is fraught with many risks and liabilities for commercial building owners and managers. You have a responsibility to your tenant’s to keep them, and your property, safe and habitable during the winter months.
A property manager is responsible for the safety for both his tenants and the property. You must be prepared for unexpected dangers such as criminal activity, natural disaster and terrorist acts.
As a commercial and personal insurance broker we often have to justify more comprehensive insurance coverage while hoping that our clients remain safe and never need to submit a claim.