What Does Bonded and Insured Mean?

    Posted by Warner Phelps on Fri, Aug 11, 2017

    Pay close attention as you drive the busy freeways and you'll likely find that many service trucks advertise the promise of "bonded and insured" on their doors. But what does that really mean? If you hire a roofer that is bonded and insured, what does that really get for you? 

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    Tags: Business, Car Insurance, Business Interruption Insurance, Liability Risks

    4 Ways to Keep Business Going After a Natural Disaster

    Posted by Soules Insurance on Fri, Jan 27, 2017

    Hurricane Matthew — which wreaked havoc in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina and flooded large portions of North Carolina in 2016 — is a grim lesson on why companies need business interruption insurance. The hurricane damaged or destroyed more than one million structures and cost $10 billion in damage.

    By the time meteorologists identify a hurricane nearing the country and give it a name, it’s too late. Insurance coverages are already set, and businesses are forced to wait out the storm to see what damage it does.

    Recent hurricanes, floods and earthquakes are a good reminder for businesses to review insurance policies to make sure they’re covered in the event of a natural disaster. 

    Here are 4 things to consider:

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    Tags: Natural Disasters, Business Interruption Insurance