Protecting Your Produce: The Benefits of Spoilage Coverage

By | Business, Central, Claims, Commercial, commercial insurance, equipment breakdown coverage, fresh food, Insurance, Liability, Loss Control, perishable food, Risk Management, spoilage coverage, utility interruption coverage

According to Statista, total retail and food services sales in the United States totaled 5.32 trillion dollars in 2015.[i]  This includes perishable foods, which is food that “will spoil the most quickly and require refrigeration.”[ii] A recent article…

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Forgetting to Maintain Your Air Conditioner – Not Cool!

By | air conditioner, air conditioner maintenance, air conditioner unit, Central, Home, home maintenance, Insurance, Loss Control, Personal, Safety Tips, U.S. Department of Energy, Weather

Most appliances require attention every now and then to continue running at peak efficiency, and air conditioning units are no exception. Neglecting maintenance will lead to poor performance and a shortened unit life. With the warmest weather of the ye…

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Extinguish the Chance of a House Fire

By | cooking fire, Education, electrical fires, fire extinguisher, fire prevention tips, Home, home fire, house fire, Insurance, Loss Control, National Fire Protection Association, Personal, Prevention, Risk Management

If you had the opportunity to take a few seconds out of your busy day to keep your home, your loved ones, and your most valuable possessions safe, would you do it? Why take the chance of something disastrous happening,…

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Break-in the Basics to Protect Your Valuables from Thieves

By | Auto, auto claim, Claims, crimes of opportunity, Education, Insurance, Loss Control, Personal, prevent vehicle break-in, Prevention, protecting your vehicle, Risk Management, valuables

Last year, there were a rash of car break-ins at my gym.  Fortunately, I was not affected.   The thieves gained entry with the smash-and-grab approach because the purses and wallets that were stolen were visible from the outside.  Apparently, this is a…

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