The Basics of Business Insurance

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

Many have said that businesses, both big and small, compromise the backbone of the American economy. Especially in the younger and smaller business in which people are applying innovation, ingenuity, and originality in order to help jump start and progress forward. As these growing industries represent hope for change and progression when a business fails it can have a devastating effect on many levels. Including the loss of jobs, income and business owner’s investments all take a turn when the business fails. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus will lay out the basics of business insurance and fully explain everything you need to know regarding policies for both large and small offices.

There are several variables that go into play when attempting to predict whether or not your business venture may fail.  It can even involve a product or service that the public isn’t interested at the time in which you put all your money into. Situations could become even worse, such as if a company is being sued for unfortunate accidents or incidents that happened in or even surrounding you place of operations. This will translate to great legal costs and expenses which could severely hurt or even bankrupt your business.

To read this post in it’s entirety, click here to visit the Gregg Marcus official website.

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Flood Insurance for Homeowners

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

When thinking about purchasing a homeowner’s insurance policy, depending upon your location, you may need to greatly consider purchasing a flood insurance policy. As most homeowner’s insurance policies do not include a flood insurance term, there must be a separate agreement purchased. If you are anywhere near the water or live in an area in which is a vulnerable to torrential downpour you should greatly consider purchasing a separate flood insurance policy to protect your home and yourself! In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus will explain why it is more than recommended to purchase an insurance policy to protect you from the harms of flooding.

With the hurricane season being quite devastating during the past few years, we should be quite concerned about weather related risks to life and property around the summer time. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, commonly known as FEMA reminds residents all around the country to protect themselves and their properties by being readily prepared for such instances, this includes the acquiring flood insurance.

To read this post in it’s entirety, click here to visit the Gregg Marcus official website.


5 Hidden Ways to Save on Auto Insurance

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

In regards to saving money on auto insurance, there are some things under your control and some things that aren’t. Most drivers are aware of the importance and relevance of maintaining an excellent driving record and owning a decent vehicle in order to get lower rates. Though there are many other special discounts around out there that are not usually advertised. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus will fully explain 5 hidden ways to save money on your auto insurance policy.

1.    Good Grades Discount

If you are a driver between the ages of sixteen and twenty-five, and are currently a student who has good grades, you may be eligible for a discount.  Whether or not your parents pay the bill is irrelevant, it is a good way to save a few bucks every month.

To read this post in it’s entirety, click here to visit the Gregg Marcus official website.


How to Purchase Renter’s Insurance

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

Most individuals who rent their homes cannot determine whether it is beneficial or not to hold a renter’s insurance policy.  How can you decide if renters insurance is for you? Do figure this out you will need to calculate the amount of liability coverage needed, assess the probability of property loss (including attaining the value of your possessions), estimate the deductible, and put everything together to determine what is right for you as a renter and what you should be looking for when purchasing renter’s insurance. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus will tell you everything you need to know about renter’s insurance, explain what is right for your specific needs and inform you on how to go about purchasing such a policy.

Analyze Your Liability

In regards to an apartment building, those living on the second floor or higher normally have a higher propensity to be liable for property damage to their neighbors, considering there are people living directly beneath them. If you have any form of water damage in your home you can be sure it will affect the others living below you. If you own a dog renter’s insurance will protect you in the event of the animal causing any harm. If you consider your home to be high risk you shouldn’t hesitate to purchase a policy.

To read this post in it’s entirety, click here to visit the Gregg Marcus official website.


Auto Insurance and your Credit Score

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

When one comes to think about the various factors that go into determining your auto insurance policy, you usually come to think of the various aspects of the car itself or the type of coverage you wish to purchase. The factors do of course play a large part in determining your insurance premium rates as well as your driving record, recent accidents, and tickets you may have attained. While all these issues help determine your payments to a large degree, there are a number of other factors that can make an outstanding difference as well. Depending on where you reside, your credit score may be one of the most vital factors an insurance company uses to determine your rates. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus will explain all you need to know about the parallels between your auto insurance policy and your credit score.

Almost every state in the country uses your credit score to determine an insurance premium. Today there are forty-six states where auto insurance companies are permitted to look up your credit score and consider it to factor your premium rates. The four states that prohibit this practice and appliance are California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, and Maryland; though everywhere else your information is open to the companies.

 

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Tips for Dealing with a Denied Claim

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

It goes without saying that in any event in which you submit a claim against your homeowner’s insurance policy, your insurer has the right to deny it.  When dealing with a denied claims you will at often times become frustrated, confused or even frightened, as this is, as with any insurance arrangement, incredibly stressful, though you by no means have to accept no for an answer and leave it at that, as a customer you possess the right to fight back. It should be known that most denied claims cases are simply errors or miscommunications, claims denials could also represent fraud. If you truly believe you are not getting what you paid for and feel your insurance company is not keeping up their end of your agreement you should not quit until justice prevails.  In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcuswill explain what steps you must take after having an insurance claim denied.

Initially, the first thing you should do is review the denial. An insurance company can’t simply deny your claim because they don’t feel like dealing with you, as a contracted customer you are entitled to be covered by the insurer with only a few exceptions. Once an insurance company denies your claim, they must provide a reason, be sure to go over this reason and make sure you understand their comprehension.

 

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Is Small Business Insurance Necessary?

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

As a small business owner there are a lot of things you are concerned with on a daily basis.  Without insurance, it is possible that you would have even more to worry about. Do not take that chance! It is necessary, even when owning a small business to possess business and liability insurance policy.  Beside from thinking of salaries, hiring employees, technological issues and attracting customers, business insurance should be on your list of responsibilities. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcuswill explain why even owners of small businesses should hold policies similar to those of large, corporate business executives.

You should definitely consider a business insurance policy if as an owner, you have a decent number of employees.  If there are more than just a few individuals working for you, you should definitely not skimp on an insurance policy as there is obviously more likely going to be a problem with the more people you have working.  Depending upon your type of business, some employees may be working miles or even states away.

 

To read this post in it’s entirety, click here to visit the Gregg Marcus official website.