Archive | June, 2013

Five Auto Insurance Insider Secrets To Help You Save Money

Auto insurance: you’d love to live without it, but if you want to own a car, it’s the law. While most people typically look for the most inexpensive auto insurance available, that usually means sacrificing critical coverage that you may need down the road. So before you start trading protection for price, it’s important to […]

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State Minimum Auto Liability: Is It Enough?

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 State minimum insurance requirements are minimal. Most states demand less than $100,000 for bodily injuries and $50,000 for property damage. Some states require only $10,000 for property damage coverage. How many cars valued at greater than $10,000 travel the highways? How many trucks carrying cargo are […]

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Choosing The Best Commercial Insurance Agency For Your Business

Should your customers, employees or property suffer damage or injury, commercial insurance coverage is what protects you and your company from excessive losses and lawsuits. An uncovered accident or injury could mean disaster for your company, potentially with damages that hit your business hard for the long run. So how do you guarantee you’re getting the […]

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Please join me for: Data Breaches and Advanced Persistent Threats: Planning for Them, Getting Them Resolved, and Getting Insurance to Cover Them

Hosted by Data Breaches and Advanced Persistent Threats: Planning for Them, Getting Them Resolved, and Getting Insurance to Cover Them Dickstein Shapiro LLP and General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions invite you to participate in a webcast, “Data Breaches and Advanced Persistent Threats: Planning for Them, Getting Them Resolved, and Getting Insurance to Cover Them” on […]

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