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Insurance Industry Continues to See Rate Increases in 2013

Insurance analysts predict modest rate increases for property and casualty risks will extend into 2013, as the overall economic environment is not expected to change dramatically in the coming year.

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Attention Contractors: Upgrade Your License During Grandfathering Period

Starting October 1, 2012, registered contractors may request that their registered contractor’s license be “grandfathered” in as a statewide certified contractor’s license. While registered licenses (also called “local licenses”) only allow you to work in the county that issued the … Continue reading

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Preparing a Business for a Hurricane

Hurricane damage can’t always be prevented or eliminated, but with some careful forethought, it can be mitigated long before a storm arrives. There are some obvious preventative measures that can be conducted that require out of pocket expense like inspecting, … Continue reading

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4 Things You Won’t Find On Most Hurricane Prep Lists That Could Save Your Business

After you’ve created a Business Continuity Plan and reviewed your insurance policies with your agent, the rest is common sense…or is it? We share four tips that you may not have considered to help prepare your business in the event … Continue reading

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