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Owning a vacant building can pose serious liabilities because vacant buildings are more susceptible to vandalism, undetected repairs, fire and other losses. http://ow.ly/E5M030jz1BD
Does Your Vacant Property Need Insurance?
Does Your Vacant Property Need Insurance?
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According to a recent study, more than half of all claims filed for employment-related liabilities are against employers with fewer than 50 employees. http://ow.ly/4qnF30jz14k
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With ransomware attacks on the rise, the role of insurance is becoming more robust. And, although ransomware coverage has been traditionally sublimited within cyber policies, stand-alone cyber policies that cover ransomware are becoming more necessary. http://ow.ly/okZF30jz0wG
Ransomware Insurance
Ransomware Insurance
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For most contractors, a single pollution incident or loss can seriously damage their operations, balance sheet and even reputation. http://ow.ly/xcf530jtIMB
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Peake & McInnis is closing to allow our staff to get home before driving conditions get any worse, sorry for any inconvenience and stay safe!
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4 Myths About Renters Insurance... Renters insurance is a form of property coverage that protects a policyholder's personal belongings within a rental property. When renting an apartment, many tenants wrongly assume that their landlord’s insurance coverage protects them from damages. This is one of the many myths associated with renters insurance—myths that may cause some tenants to avoid coverage altogether.
This can be costly, and it’s important to understand some of basics of a renters insurance policy before making a decision. The following are just a few of the other misunderstandings associated with renter’s insurance:

1. Renters insurance only covers your possessions. Renters insurance typically includes liability protection in addition to standard property coverage. This is important in the event that you are responsible for injury or property damage to others. For instance, if someone slips and sprains his or her ankle at your apartment, you are likely to be protected under a renters insurance policy.

2. It’s unaffordable. In actuality, renters insurance is very affordable for the average tenant. While policy prices will vary, most tenants can receive up to $25,000 of property coverage and $100,000 of liability coverage for about $16 per month. For more savings, some policies offer discounts to those who add renters insurance onto existing coverage.

3. You only need renters insurance if you own a lot of expensive items. Personal property values can add up quickly. To demonstrate this, tenants should take an inventory of their belongings. When you start adding up things like furniture, laptops and televisions, the importance of renters insurance can become a bit more apparent. When considering renters insurance, it’s important to keep in mind that items like collectibles and antiques may be out of the scope of traditional policies and that special coverage may be required.
4. You don’t need renters insurance if your roommate has it. Renters insurance only protects the policyholder’s personal belongings. In the event of a fire of theft, you will have to recoup any losses if you are without some sort of coverage.
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Be sure you have coverage when heading off to University or College.. http://ow.ly/MKvv30eQtru
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Get your Camper or RV ready for Summer travel.. http://ow.ly/bIrK30bSuJT
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