Archives: 2011

Party Host Liability Tips

In the midst of the festive and hectic holiday atmosphere, it is easy to forget the serious responsibility involved with hosting a party at your home or business. In many states, individuals and employers hosting holiday parties can be held liable in cases where a guest or third party is injured in an accident related to alcohol consumption at your event. Hosts have been held...

An Insurance Umbrella is For Every Day of the Year

What are the odds that someone who trips and falls down your front steps will sue for anything less than several hundred thousand dollars? Does “slim to none” come to mind?...

A No-Keys New Years Eve

This weekend, millions of people will ring in the New Year with friends, family, and loved ones. However, amidst all the festivities, toasts, and celebrating, safety can quickly take a backseat to a good time – especially when alcohol is added to the mix....

Preventing Holiday Theft

1. Break down all boxes into small pieces and discard them in non-clear trash bags. 2. Keep gifts hidden from view at outside windows....

Rental Car Insurance: To Buy or Not to Buy?

As the holiday season approaches, millions of Americans will take to the roads to visit family and friends. Since many will make the trip in a rented car, it’s an appropriate time to discuss one of the most frequently asked questions of agents and brokers all over the country: “Should I buy the insurance from the rental car company?”...