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

Slideshow: Eight of America’s Most Demanding Jobs

1. Physician and Surgeon According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, physicians and surgeons have the highest percentage of workers who report working 60 hours or more a week. And, it’s intense since they hold life in their hands. We sure hope they’re not daydreaming. 2. Firefighter This one ranks as both as one of the most stressful jobs and one of the most dangerous... Read Article

Commercial Property Insurance – How Much Do You Really Need?

Your commercial property insurance is a critical piece of protection that will safeguard your business against huge financial losses. No matter what industry you are in, you have a multitude of possessions that are of great value. When a break-in, theft, fire, wind event, flood or water damage happens to your business, and you are dealing with equipment that has been stolen, damaged or broken,... Read Article

Commercial Auto Insurance: What is the Best Coverage?

Your company has specific needs for commercial auto insurance coverage. How much coverage should you have in place for liability, comprehensive coverage, collision coverage and medical payments?  You need to protect yourself against both uninsured and underinsured drivers, a problem for company drivers in Louisburg. Your company may rent certain vehicles from time to time, or have employees that use their personal cars or trucks... Read Article

Seven Important Business Insurance Options to Consider Before the Next “Sandy”

Building and Business Personal Property Commonly covers the structure in which a business is housed; equipment used to service or maintain the premises such as forklifts and appliances; exterior signage; glass; and personal property stored on the premises (such as customers’ clothing housed at a dry cleaner). Mechanical and Electrical Breakdown Also referred to as equipment breakdown insurance, this covers the cost to repair or... Read Article