Tag: Colorado Insurance

Have You Reviewed Your Insurance Coverage for 2020?

Have You Reviewed Your Insurance Coverage for 2020? As the new year approaches, we often look back at the year gone by, reflect on the coming year, and make resolutions for the future. Business owners should do the same. But this means more than setting revenue goals. An important part of this review process should involve insurance coverage. The flipping of the calendar page is...

Grinch Protection

Happy New Year! It's Time to Review Your Insurance Coverage As the new year approaches, many people review their lives and make new goals for the future, to maybe eat better or exercise more, for example. This turning of the calendar page is also a good time to review your insurance coverage. An annual review allows you to update information and policies to ensure you...

Top 10 Insurance Claims for Businesses

Top 10 Insurance Claims for Small Businesses Small-business owners hope they never have to file a claim, but research by financial services giant The Hartford reveals that 40 percent of small businesses file a claim within a ten-year period. Where is your business most at risk? What insurance coverage should you invest in to protect your company? The Hartford analyzed claims data and discovered the...

Terrible, No Good Holiday Disasters to Avoid

Terrible, No Good Holiday Disasters to Avoid It's a time for celebration and remembrance; a time to be surrounded by loved ones, eat well, and rejoice. But holidays are also frequently the days when disasters strike. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that Thanksgiving is a peak day for home cooking fires, and US fire departments respond to over 800 home fires per year...

Keeping Halloween Fun and Safe

Don't Let Halloween D├ęcor Haunt You Will your porch feel incomplete without a jack-o-lantern on your doorstep this Halloween? If you plan to carve up a pumpkin to greet your trick-or-treaters this year, use the following tips to make your sculpting simpler and safer. Bottoms up: Rather than cut a hole in the top of your pumpkin, remove the bottom. The hole will allow you...