Today's Insurance Professionals

By Sue Quimby According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), arson is the leading cause of fire property damage in the United States. There are over 500,000 fires set intentionally each year, resulting in over $2 billion in property damage. Insurance is intended for fortuitous events, not intentional acts.  Knowing the causes and signs

By Robert H. Wilson Workers’ Compensation, as an industry, has a marketing problem. It is probably better described as a messaging problem. It has long been true that the industry has been broadly defined by the negative stories that find their way into local and national press publications and media outlets. We have been generally

by Jonel Thames Leake, CPCU, ASLI, AAI, CPIW, DAE, CLP The trust paperwork is signed, and all your assets have been transferred into your trust. Estate planning has commenced. If you haven’t set up a trust or if you don’t plan on setting one up, your estate planning may consist of making sure your beneficiaries

by Sue C. Quimby, CPCU, AU, CIC, CPIW, DAE Having a roof over your head is one of life’s basic necessities. While essential, a roof can also be the cause of claims and problems. The roof is often the first defense against the elements, and a key to the structural integrity of the entire building.

By: Jonel Thames Leake, CPCU, ASLI, AAI, CPIW, DAE, CLP Let’s gather information by crowdsourcing.Join a mastermind group.We should brainstorm.Make sure you avoid group think. I bet you have heard one or more of those statements in the past several months. These terms have become buzzwords in today’s business world. Have you ever wondered what