William Blount & Associates Blog: 6_2018
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Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Automobile insurance serves as a safeguard against financial hardship in the event of an auto accident and assists in paying for damages if your company vehicle(s) is damaged, starts on fire or is stolen. Every state, with the exception of New Hampshire, requires all drivers to carry liability insurance. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Ensure that your homeowners policy limits correspond to the cost to rebuild in case of a natural disaster, whether it is a wildfire, hurricane or flood. Unlike a home’s resale value (which includes the cost of the land), the cost to rebuild is based on the amount needed to hire a contractor plus building materials and other additional costs. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 Most commercial properties use a form of insurance referred to as “specific coverage,” in which a specific property is insured for a named risk, such as fires, floods, thefts and more. However, specific coverage is also somewhat limited; oftentimes one policy will only cover one named risk at one location. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 The following are general guidelines for when you and your family should receive eye exams: If you have been diagnosed with a vision or eye condition problem, visit the eye doctor annually. Children age five and younger should have their vision checked every time they visit their pediatrician. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 It’s a good news, bad news situation. The bad news: Lawsuits, once a measure of last resort, are now commonplace in settling disputes. The good news? You can protect yourself, and your business and reputation, by investing in professional liability coverage, also known as Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Every year, storms are responsible for falling countless trees and limbs. Unfortunately, some of those fallen trees damage homes and other property. Cleaning up the damage from a storm can be a difficult task, both physically and emotionally, and things can become especially tense when you discover that it’s your neighbor’s tree that damaged your house. READ MORE >>