Eight Reasons Why You Need to Review Your Business Insurance Coverage

You’ve invested a lot of time and money into your business and you want to help keep it safe. Business insurance helps to ensure that all you’ve invested in your business is protected in case of a covered accident, disaster, disruption or emergency. The Risks Unfortunately, not having the appropriate amount of insurance (underinsurance) can be an issue for many business owners. Another common pitfall... Read Article

Restaurant and Bar Insurance to Serve You

Whether you own a restaurant, bar, tavern, pub, sports bar, catering company or banquet facility, ensuring you have the correct insurance in place is an important matter. As an owner of these facilities in Louisburg, you’re open to great risks without the right types of coverage. Issues could arise involving being accused of over-serving an intoxicated customer as well as employees claiming an on the... Read Article

Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Get help from a local agency that will really work for you. At Hodges Insurance, we know the workers’ compensation insurance needs of North Carolina. This type of insurance is one of the largest expenses your business must pay, and there are various insurance markets for your specific industry. You need an agency that will do the legwork to find the policy that will be... Read Article

Business/Commercial Insurance: Protection Against Lawsuits

If an unexpected accident takes place at your North Carolina facility or office, or a lawsuit is filed against your business that is related to a product or service, the general liability insurance you have in place should cover your losses, including the legal costs involved in defending against it. A general business insurance policy should cover you against injury lawsuits, false or misleading advertising... Read Article

Video: Why Life Insurance for Business Owners Matters

Amanda Moses’ story highlights why life insurance for business owners matters. In 2001, Amanda was straightening up her home when the news came across the television: A small plane had crashed at the nearby Talladega, Ala., airport. There were no survivors. Amanda’s husband, Jeff, and four coworkers were aboard, on their way home from a trip to see clients in Ohio. In an instant, Amanda... Read Article