Three Common Locations Of Auto Collisions

While the chances of seeing a fender bender when you are driving down the interstate are pretty high, the majority of collisions do not actually occur on the interstate. Believe it or not, it is more common for collisions to occur on smaller roads. Because of this, it is important that you remain focused and cautious regardless of where you are driving. While it is true that you (hopefully) have auto insurance coverage in place in the event that you are in an accident, it is always helpful to know wrecks are most likely to occur and what you can do to prevent them when you find yourself in these areas. [Read More]

How Public Adjusters Help Small Business Owners

For any business, a flood, fire, or other major event has a direct impact on their bottom line. However, for a small business, with limited assets and capital — these events are especially troubling. If you are a small business owner who needs to file a claim for this type of damage, you can benefit immensely from having a public adjuster on your side. 1. Claim Value Accuracy Often, there is a lot of conversation about insurance companies underpaying claims. [Read More]

What To Do And Expect After You Cause An Accident

A car accident takes just seconds to happen but working through the steps needed afterwards can take months. If you just caused an accident to happen and are not sure what to do or expect, here are some important things you should know. Call for help If you are able to make a phone call after an accident, you should immediately call for help. You can dial 911 or the local police if you have the number, and you should do this right away. [Read More]

3 Things You Should Understand About Malpractice Insurance For Your First Medical Practice

Malpractice insurance is necessary for a medical professional, and it is expensive. There are, however, a few things that you can do to reduce the cost of a policy for your medical practice. The following are just a few helpful ideas. 1. You should work to reduce the chance of a claim Like any form of liability insurance, a claim against your medical malpractice insurance will drive up your premiums. However, by being proactive, you can reduce the chances of this happening. [Read More]