William Blount & Associates Blog: 8_2016
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Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Do you have a go-to guy or girl in your company—you know, the one who everyone counts on to hold things together and get the job done? Most businesses do, and their contributions are immeasurable. But did you ever stop to think about what would happen if that person suddenly passed away? READ MORE >>
Wednesday, August 24, 2016 Comparing the Two Policies Coverage: While the two policy types offer identical coverage for dwellings, the HO-5 policy is clearly superior in terms of personal property coverage. Availability: Most homeowners will choose the HO-3 policy as it is available everywhere. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, August 24, 2016 If you’re a business owner, you are used to wearing a lot of hats. Still, you can’t be an expert at everything, which is why it’s important to build a network of trusted professionals that you can turn to for help whenever the need arises. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, August 17, 2016 Workers’ compensation is a system of no-fault insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees for work-related injuries and diseases. The Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Law (TWCL) determines the process for handling workers’ compensation claims. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, August 10, 2016 As if learning that an employee was involved in an accident on company time isn’t alarming enough, what happens when you find out the at-fault driver doesn’t have coverage or is underinsured? While most states require drivers to maintain auto insurance, according to recent study by the Insurance Research Council (IRC), one in eight motorists remain uninsured. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, August 3, 2016 Employees who are called or summoned to jury duty are often entitled to job-protected leave. A federal law, the Jury Systems Improvement Act, provides broad protections for employees who report for federal jury service. In most instances, however, employees are summoned to serve on juries in state or local courts. READ MORE >>