Tailored Business Insurance Solutions

The firm’s safety is critical. We work with our client’s best interests in mind to provide the most comprehensive insurance program to protect the firm from the unexpected

Insurance Solutions

Risk is not created equal and neither are our clients. That is why we look at each individually and provide tailored solutions to meet the specific needs.  Our process always includes negotiating on your behalf the broadest breadth of coverage at the most economical premium available in the market and providing you with a comprehensive insurance program protecting the firm from the unplanned. The types of coverage we consult on and broker include (but not limited) are:

  • Professional Liability
  • Property
  • General Liability
  • Commercial Automobile
  • Workers Compensation
    • International/Foreign Package Liability 
  • Excess/Umbrella
    • Business Travel Accident 
  • Management Liability
    • Employment Practice Liability
    • Directors and Officers
    • Fiduciary
    • Crime
    • Kidnap and Ransom
  • Cyber Liability
  • Drone
  • Project Insurance
  • Captive/Risk Retention

Helpful Resources

Why Warranties Are Not Covered by Professional Liability Policies

Why Warranties Are Not Covered by Professional Liability Policies

Contractors warrant their work in every contract. This is appropriate because they are doing work and have agreed to do it correctly or fix it if it is incorrect. Likewise, equipment is warranted. It works or doesn’t, and if it doesn’t, it should be made to work. When providing work or equipment, warranties and guarantees are appropriate. The expectation is that you will provide what you’ve promised to deliver. Read More

HR Insight: Inflation’s Impact on 2023 Open Enrollment

HR Insight: Inflation’s Impact on 2023 Open Enrollment

Many employees are currently feeling financially strained because of inflation. With open enrollment fast approaching, inflation could impact the choices employees make when it comes to their benefits. Employees are likely to consider which benefits matter the most and how to optimize the money they spend on those offerings. As a result, this year’s open enrollment may be more challenging than usual for employers and benefits providers. This article explores how inflation is impacting employees’ benefits selections and approaches to open enrollment and outlines what employers can do to help. Read More

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