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Small Business


Small Business Call us for a free consultation to identify and recommend policies specific to your business. Small Business Insurance is designed to protect you, your family and your business from a broad range of potential hazards you face in your day-to-day operation. We recognize that each industry, corporate structure and culture carries its own set of challenges, which is why we believe in one-on-one consultations. We will ask a broad range of questions about your business to better understand the risks you face as well as the assets you are looking to protect and offer clear advice in selecting a policy from a reputable and service oriented insurer. Our approach is very different from what you may experience from a direct underwriter , especially one which provides quick quotes online. We build close relationships with our clients to allow us to foresee their ever changing needs. Please give us a call for a free consultation

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Mid-Sized Business


Mid-Sized Business Call us for a free consultation to identify and recommend policies specific to your business. Mid-size Insurance provides risk funding arrangements to groups and program business clients dedicated to the long term proposition of shared risk and shared rewards. Capabilities include but are not limited to: Insurance Programs, Risk Retention Groups, Purchasing Groups, Captives & Rent-A-Captives, and Pools & Trusts. The lines of commercial insurance are: General Liability, Workers' Compensation, Business Auto, Property, Business Income, and Umbrella, with policies for: Equipment Breakdown, International Exposures, Directors & Officers, Employment Practices, Fiduciary and Miscellaneous Professional Liability, Inland and Ocean Marine Exposures, Specialty Crime Coverage including Identity Fraud Expense Reimbursement and Kidnap & Ransom, and more. Mid-size Insurance is designed to protect you, your family and your business from a broad range of potential hazards you face in your day-to-day operation. We recognize that each industry, corporate structure and culture carries its own set of challenges, which is why we believe in one-on-one consultations. We will ask a broad range of questions about your business to better understand the risks you face as well as the assets you are looking to protect and offer clear advice in selecting a policy from a reputable and service oriented insurer. Our approach is very different from what you may experience from a direct underwriter , especially one which provides quick quotes online. We build close relationships with our clients to allow us to foresee their ever changing needs. Please give us a call for a free consultation.

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Large Business


Large Business Call us for a free consultation to identify and recommend policies specific to your business. Risk management identifies, monitors and limits risks. In some cases the acceptable risk may be near zero. Risks can come from accidents, natural causes and disasters as well as deliberate attacks from an adversary. In businesses, risk management entails organized activity to manage uncertainty and threats and involves following procedures and using tools to ensure conformance with risk-management policies. Risk management is also used in the public sector to identify and mitigate risk to critical infrastructure. Some traditional risk management programs (e.g., health risk assessment) are focused on risks stemming from physical or legal causes (e.g. natural disasters or fires, accidents, ergonomics, death and lawsuits). Financial risk management, on the other hand, focuses on risks that can be managed using traded financial instruments. Risk Management is designed to protect you, your family, and your business from a broad range of potential hazards you face in your day-to-day operations. We recognize that each structure of the many aspects of marine businesses carries it own set of challenges, which is why we believe in one-on-one consultations. We will ask a broad range of questions about your business to better understand the risks you face as well as the assets you are looking to protect, and offer clear advice in selecting a policy from a reputable service-oriented provider. Our approach is very different from what you may experience from a direct underwriter, especially one who provides quick quotes online. We build close relationships with our clients to allow us to foresee their ever-changing needs. Please give us a call for a free consultation.

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Specialized Industries


Specialized Industries The Oil and Gas industries face unique challenges. Several coverages exist for all aspects of the production and delivery including: exploration, production; facility, Site Closure & Decommissioning, project development and project construction. Oil and Gas Insurance is designed to protect you, your family, and your business from a broad range of potential hazards you face in your day to day operations. We recognize that each phase of the industry, and each structure and culture carries its own set of challenges, which is why we believe in on-on-one consultations. We will ask a broad range of questions about your particular aspect in the oil and gas industry to better understand the risks you face as well as the assets you are looking to protect, and offer clear advice in selecting a policy from a reputable and service-oriented provider. Our approach is very different from what you may experience from a direct underwriter, especially one who provides quick quotes online. We build close relationships with our clients to allow us to foresee their ever-changing needs. Please give us a call for a free consultation.

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Bond and Surety


Bond and Surety the surety agrees to uphold—for the benefit of the obligee—the contractual promises (obligations) made by the principal if the principal fails to uphold its promises to the obligee. The contract is formed so as to induce the obligee to contract with the principal, i.e., to demonstrate the credibility of the principal and guarantee performance and completion per the terms of the agreement. Contract bonds guarantee a specific contract. Examples include performance, bid, supply, maintenance and subdivision bonds. Commercial bonds guarantee per the terms of the bond form. Examples include license & permit, union bonds, etc.Surety bonds are frequently used in the construction industry: in order to obtain a contract to build the project, the general contractor (and often the sub-contractors as well) must provide the owner a bond for its performance of the terms of the contract. Conversely, owners and contractors may also provide payment bonds to ensure that subcontractors and suppliers are paid for work done. Under the Miller Act, payment and performance bonds are required for general contractors on all U.S. federal government construction projects where the contract price exceeds $100,000.00. The scope of surety bond insurance includes performance, bid, supply, maintenance, and subdivision bonds. We recognize that choosing the right bond specific to your needs carries its own set of unique challenges, which is why we believe in one-on-one consultations. We will ask a broad range of questions about your bond requirements to better understand the risks you face, as well as the assets you are looking to protect, and we will offer clear advice in selecting a bond from a reputable and service oriented provider. Our approach is very different from what you may experience from a direct underwriter, especially from one whom provides quick quotes online. We build close relationships with our clients to allow us to foresee their ever-changing needs. Please give us a call for a free consultation.

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