Ice, Ice Baby!

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SPOT to be Discontinued, Eff 2/01/21

Over the years, we have prided ourselves in using technology to provide the best service to our agency partners.  One item in particular is our online rating tool known as SPOT (Specialty Premium Online Tool).  SPOT was originally launched with mono-line general liability coverage with a goal to incorporate additional product lines such as property…

Spreading Christmas Cheer to Those in Need!

Well, our 2020 Toys for Tots and Food Shelf campaigns were a success once again! In spite having to collect virtually and relying on socially distanced giving, our E&L team rocked it! We collected over 50 toys AND $1,880 in CASH for Toys for Tots. In addition to that, we donated 3 grocery bags of…

Don’t Let Them Steal Your Clients’ Peace of Mind!

Some carriers require a central burglar alarm system in order to provide Theft Coverage, and may warrant it on their policies. When an alarm is activated, it sends a silent alert to a monitoring service that notifies the local police or sheriff’s department who responds immediately. Their quick arrival to the business may even prevent a theft…

Let It Snow…Let It Snow…Let It Snow…

Ready or not – Winter is on the way!  Make sure your snow removal contractors are protected. Every year, people are injured when they slip & fall on icy or snowy parking lots and sidewalks.  Below are a few steps your insured can take to reduce the chance of being held negligent or legally liable…

When the Bark is Not Worse Than the Bite!

Sometimes dogs and children don’t mix well together. One of those instances is in-home day cares. Dogs may feel threatened when children they aren’t familiar with enter their living space. Dogs can be eye-level with small children, and the temptation may be too great for dogs to lash out at them. A child can get excited seeing a dog…