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New Hampshire to Continue Stable Workers' Compensation Rates

This memo was copied from a press release from the NH Insurance Department concerning the continued lower rates for WC.  Good news for NH business! CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire workers’ compensation insurance market will continue to experience historically low rates in 2021. Today, the New Hampshire Insurance Department approved a rate proposal filed by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) that will...

COVID19 and Your Business

Coronavirus or Covid-19 Statement to our Commercial Clients   The news on all networks has been filled with information on the now declared pandemic of the Coronavirus.  Businesses all over the country are experiencing a dramatic slow-down or outright closure due to government mandate.   Many businesses are questioning if they have coverage for losses related to the closure or slow-down related to COVID-19.  For...

Renters Insurance: So Confusing?

Most of the insurance-related topics we post are inspired by real events. Unfortunately, the insurance-related posts we make are the ones with the lowest engagement. Such a bummer! We are confused that renters are confused about renters insurance. Folks that rent often believe they are covered under the landlord's property insurance and that is just not true. And of the people that do have renters...

D&O Insurance. Does Homeowners Insurance Cover me?

You may be asked at some point to serve on a board for an organization.  Most commonly, non-profit organizations have a purpose of fund-raising for their operations or some charitable cause.  Does your personal or even business insurance coverage protect you as a board member? Short answer is no.  Boards should have Directors and Officers (D&O) insurance and they can secure that on their own...

Do You Have Enough Insurance?

A lot of our post are inspired by real-life scenarios that we experience as agents and what happens here in NH. Most everyone has seen the video of this accident and yes, this is an extreme accident example. The point is this...the average new car price in 2019 according to Kelly Blue Book is $37,577. Are your limits enough to cover that? It's easy to...