What Are the Most Common Winter Claims?

In most parts of the country, it’s cold outside, with snow and icy conditions already here or on their way. With Old Man Winter rearing his head again, it’s wise to take stock of some of the most common claims during this time and prepare your clients for risk. Slips and Falls While slip-and-fall claims…

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We’ve Made Cyber Insurance Easy to Quote, Bind, and Deliver

While huge data breaches and other types of cyberattacks against companies like Bellagio, Mandalay Bay, and 23andMe make headlines, small businesses are attractive prey for hackers. Cybercriminals assume that weaker security measures will make small businesses more accessible to crack than larger enterprises. Unfortunately, too often, small to midsize companies don’t have the staff and…

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The Not-So-Merry Side of Holiday Parties

It’s the season when companies get together to celebrate the holidays and the beginning of a new year. But amid the celebration, things can and do go wrong. Let’s take a look at a few holiday party claims of the past. Employment Practices Related Lawsuits Television station KTLA in Los Angeles reported that a former…

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Add Special Events Insurance to Your Client’s Holiday Party To-Do List

With the holidays right around the corner, talk to your clients about Special Events insurance to protect against potential liabilities, property damage, and unforeseen events. Typically, holiday parties engage large gatherings of people, especially if the event includes spouses and significant others. Accidents or injuries (like slips and falls) can easily occur, putting a company’s…

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Film Production Back on Track with Writer, Actor Strikes Over

The writers’ strike in Hollywood lasted 146 days and ended officially on October 9 when members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) ratified a new contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television (AMPTP). The actors ended their strike on November 8 after the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) reached a tentative agreement with…

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Common Construction Liability Claims

General Liability insurance is a must-have coverage for general contractors, subcontractors, and artisan contractors, protecting them against third-party bodily injury and property damage, personal and advertising injury, and products and completed operation risks. When meeting clients and prospective customers, it’s always a good idea to demonstrate what could happen without the right insurance. The best…

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ISC Partners with the Jessie Rees Foundation, Assembles 300 JoyJars!

As part of ISC’s Charitable Giving Program, last month we partnered with the Jessie Rees Foundation TeamNEGU: Never Ever Give Up! Trevor Sybert, our Sales Operations Manager, nominated the foundation in honor of his son who was a recipient of Joy Jars during his own battle with cancer. The Jessie Rees Foundation is a global…

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ISC Is Pleased to Announce the Launching of Our Marine Division

ISC is excited to announce the formation of our new Marine Division, which will be headed by Kevin Wolfe and include John Kiernan and Marquam (“Marq”) Wolfe. We will be providing the following coverages. General Cargo Coverage ISC will offer up to a $20,000,000 limit per any one conveyance or warehouse for General Cargo insurance.…

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Comparing Email Marketing Platforms for Insurance Agents

As all insurance agents know, email marketing is one of the best ways to reach new and existing clients. With the right drip campaigns, targeting, and email flows, you can increase your conversion rates and actually grow your business. And with the right platform, emails can be almost fully automated — which makes your workload…

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For Your Clients and Prospects: Why Buy General Liability Insurance

A new survey of 1,000 small businesses conducted by Hiscox found that 75% of these firms are underinsured, while 70% don’t understand what commercial insurance covers, including a General Liability (GL) policy. According to Hiscox, the majority of small business owners do not know what basic insurance policies cover, with 71% not understanding what a…

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