Sports insurance (also known as event insurance) is a special type of coverage that may be purchased by a sports league or sports agencies if they need the protection that this type of coverage offers. Sports insurance provides the policy owner financial protection from accidents, lawsuits, and damages caused by or during a sporting event […]Read More
What Is Special Event Insurance?
If you own a small business, work at a non-profit, or are a member of a professional organization, then you likely host events, parties, conferences, and other special events. When you’re planning a special event, there’s a lot of details to figure out. There’s the venue, the guest list, food and drink, entertainment, photography, and […]Read More
Do I Need Renters Insurance?
If you’ve recently leased a new apartment, then there are a million little details to take care of as you settle in. At some point you may find yourself wondering: Do I need renters insurance? And if you’re not asking yourself that question, you should be. What Is Renters Insurance? Renter’s insurance protects your personal […]Read More
What Does Motorcycle Insurance Cover?
Motorcycles have long been symbols of freedom and adventure, but few things ruin those free-spirited travels more quickly than an accident on the road. While accidents are never a good experience, whether or not you have motorcycle insurance can completely change the aftermath of an accident and either make it a little bit easier to […]Read More
Homeowners Insurance Coverage
Homeowners insurance helps you pay for the repair and replacement of parts of your home, including your belongings after they’re damaged by fire, theft, and other accidents. It can also help you pay for damage done to another person’s property or to visitors if they’re injured at your home. Most brokers provide the option to […]Read More
What Does Renters Insurance Cover?
More people than ever before are renting apartments rather than buying houses. As the cost of buying a home has progressively increased, people are staying in apartments and condos for longer. What they’re not doing, though, is buying renters insurance. Many people believe that their property isn’t worth enough to insure, or that their landlords […]Read More