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Spotlight on Insurance for a Bar

Generally speaking, a bar is the spot where folks meet, drink alcoholic beverages and enjoy the camaraderie and any offered entertainment. Due to related perils, loss history, and client base, property and...

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Why Your Travel Insurance Might Not Cover Related Claims

The weather beckons. Your vacation plans are ready. You purchase travel insurance. You are set to go. RELATED: Will your airline reimburse you for a delayed flight? Many travelers think once a related insurance...

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Why Used Car Dealers Need Specialized Insurance

If you are a used car dealership, of course you need insurance. RELATED: how to buy a used car Like any business, insurance is an essential part of protecting your company from accidents or mishaps that can...

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Specialty Commercial Insurance: What about Dive Shops?

It’s easy to understand why the property and liability coverage for dive shops is so hard to place. The most vital parts related to underwater survival are equipment and proper training. Mistakes or failures related...

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What Insurance for the Emergency Medical Industry?

Emergency care centers, emergency medical technicians and emergency service organizations all respond to urgent medical situations. Liability is a big concern and one that specialty commercial insurance should...

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Insurance Facts for the Personal Watercraft Owner

The sunnier seasons of the year beckon boat lovers towards the glistening coastlines. Personal watercraft owners use their vessels to relax and enjoy themselves alone or together with family and friends. The last...

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Fun Facts about Keeping Cool during a Heat Wave

Extremely hot temperatures are forecast for the coming days in many US states, including NJ, NY, PA and MD. Thankfully, we find ourselves in an era where we can enjoy the comfort of indoor air conditioning. Back in the...

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Accident Insurance Protection for Your Students

Insurance Coverage Designed for Schools and Youth Groups - We all know that accidents can happen anywhere, but for schools and youth groups, the possibility is especially worrisome. That is why the ability to offer...

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Interesting Facts about Homeowners’ Water Damage

The insurance industry knows all too well about water damage in homes across the nation. If the cause is a covered peril, the homeowner’s policy can kick in to help pay for damage to the structure and personal...

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What to Look for in Insurance for the Painting Contractor

Painting contractors can be hired for outdoor or indoor work. This summary outlines the basic coverage needs of both types of painter. RELATED: why insurance for lead paint risks in the 21st Century? Exterior...

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Why it Costs so Much to have Auto Insurance

In an era where many find it difficult to make ends meet, the cost of auto insurance seems to exacerbate the situation for drivers. Bad enough that gasoline prices and car maintenance and repair costs are so high,...

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Insurance facts about Tesla and Other Electric/Hybrid Cars

Of late, Tesla and other electric type cars have gotten a great deal of publicity. These cars differ from traditional vehicles by running mostly on electricity, and by being a far cheaper fuel option than others that...

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Do You Have Proper Insurance for Your Vacant Home?

An unoccupied home has a much higher damage incident rate than an occupied one for the obvious reason –lack of a human presence that monitors risks, such as vandalism, theft and safety issues. The sobering national...

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Chemical Manufacturer and Distributor: What Type of Insurance?

Given the poisonous nature of chemicals, those companies dealing with the matter – whether liquid, solid or gas – need a special form of insurance protection. RELATED: insurance for asbestos abatement Chemical...

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Does Workers Comp Insurance Cover Tick Bites?

An Insurance Coverage Overview for the Construction Contractor - Unlike other industries where indoor work conditions limit exposure to pest risks, the construction business faces the potentially dangerous hazard....

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Why Your Business Needs Equipment Breakdown Insurance

If you are a business owner, medical center manager, or non-profit, you rely on different energy-powered equipment to help you keep your operation running. These may include: Computers Machinery Boilers Air...

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Four Reasons to Use an Independent Insurance Agent

When it comes down to it, we all want the same thing when we need insurance: Precise coverage tailored to our needs The lowest rate possible Accordingly, you will want to use an insurance agent that can locate...

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Info about Insurance for Fireworks Stands

Fourth of July preparations are underway and the excitement is mounting for all the celebrations. Of course, the colorful bursts of light that proclaim the American Independence in the sky year after year play a big...

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Will You Marry Me: 9 Fun Facts about Weddings

Once the marriage proposal is popped, there’s a whirlwind of activity – and lots and lots of money spent in preparation for the Big Day. PRIME Insurance brings you some of the more interesting things about the grand...

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Is Auto Insurance More Costly for Seniors?

As we age, our eyesight wanes, our reflexes slow down and health just is not the same as in younger years, prompting the use of medications. All this can affect the way we drive. It also makes us more prone to being...

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National Click It or Ticket Campaign Begins in NJ

Your car’s safety belt is one of the best ways to keep safe while driving. In fact, a 2016 study revealed that roughly 14,668 people involved in auto accidents owed their lives to a buckled seatbelt. Police...

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How to Keep Bears Away from Your Home

- A PRIME Insurance Spring/Summer Bulletin - Among other states, NY, NJ and PA boast forests, lakes and countryside that are the envy of the urban dweller. Nonetheless, folks living in rural areas where bears...

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The Basics on Motor Home Insurance Coverage

Motor Homes and Insurance - Motor homes are designed with cooking and sleeping areas to provide the traveling motorist with a home on wheels. As for insurance, the related physical damage coverage expands to include...

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The Basics of Insurance Coverage for the E-Cigarette Store

E-cigarettes are also called e-cigs, electronic nicotine delivery systems, vaporizer cigarettes and vape pens and are used to replicate the feel of smoking. Stores that sell these types of battery-operated smoking...

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Does Home or Auto Insurance Cover Volcano Damages?

What has been called active volcanic fountaining on Hawaii’s Big Island has left residents in devastation, with homes, vehicles and other property incurring extensive damage. For these Hawaiians and others that live...

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Beyond Workers Comp Insurance: Earned Sick Leave Now in NJ!

Workers Comp is an insurance that employers are lawfully compelled to acquire so that in the event of an accident at the workplace, an injured employee will get medical attention and compensation for loss of income...

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How Excellent Insurance Service Leads to More

- The PRIME Insurance Gold Standard - At Prime Insurance, we’re accustomed to getting new customers as a result of client referrals. It all ties up with the excellence associated with PRIME. Take the following...

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Someone Damaged my Mailbox, Will Insurance Compensate?

Newly built homeowners join millions of other Americans who collect their mail from curbside boxes. For the US Postal Service that instituted the change, it translates into a multi-billion cost-saving effort....

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Is there Special Insurance for the Historic Homeowner?

Most insurance companies do not write insurance for historic homes. That is why homeowners residing in houses with substantial architectural design and historical value in relation to the area of location need the...

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Animal Rescue Non-Profit: What’s the Insurance Angle?

Kindness extended to animals at risk is personified through animal rescue organizations that attempt to save dogs, cats and other animals from being euthanized. Like any other non-profit society, related commercial...

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What about Insurance for Self-Driving Cars?

As the concept of self-driving cars develops to near-completion, the insurance industry delves into the aspects pertaining to the likely possibility of a brand new form of auto coverage. Though still in the making,...

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The Spy: What Insurance for a Private Investigator?

Insurance companies, lawyers, public agencies as well as private people hire the services of a private eye. But the very nature of a private investigator’s activities is risky, necessitating related insurance...

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Is it Always Good Policy to File an Auto Accident Claim?

While driving down the street, a woman was hit by a teenage driver. Though no one was hurt and the scratch the boy made to her car did not really amount to much, it was an eyesore. The boy’s parents immediately came...

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Is Your Laundry Business Covered for Related Risks?

- Insurance for Coin Operated Laundromats and Dry Cleaners - If you run a coin-operated dry cleaning or laundry service, you already know about the distinct exposures you face – both in regard to property and...

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Are You 1 of the 80% of Drivers Driving Aggressively?

According to an AAA survey, close to eighty percent of US motorists said they have exhibited angry and aggressive behavior while driving. Even more astonishing is the fact that about 8 million drivers were involved...

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The Boat Industry and Related Specialty Insurance

Whether you are a boat manufacturer, boat dealer, boat renter or boatyards/boat repair and servicer, the underlying exposures you face places related insurance as a highlighted commercial necessity. RELATED: what...

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Ten Facts about Distracted Driving Risks

Did you know? Almost half of commuters questioned said they had requested a driver to discontinue texting while driving. Most states consider texting or talking on a cell phone while driving enforcement violations,...

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Do You Really Save with Advertised Cheap Auto Insurance?

The auto insurance companies that broadly advertise lower rates would like you to believe the myth. “Switch to us,” they say, “and we will save you $500 on your car insurance.” “Give us 10 minutes and we’ll get you...

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The Insurance Facts about General Aviation Coverage

- - Aircraft Hull and Liability Insurance - Question: Who provides aviation insurance? Answer: Carrier pools or individual insurance companies generally write this type of specialized insurance policies. RELATED: ...

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Insurance for the Auto Recycler and Auto Salvage Yard

Recycling auto parts has become a big industry both for the dismantler/recycler and salvage/junk yard. Below are summaries of the associated business insurance coverage. Auto Dismantler or Auto Recycler Insurance -...

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Why Posting Exaggerated Business might Adversely Affect Insurance

A True Story about Insurance for a Contractor - Here’s an interesting narration that may make a business owner think twice before bragging about ‘fake’ activity. Joseph from Prime Insurance recently wrote a policy for...

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Curious Facts about Auto Accidents from Insurance Files

Car accidents are no joke and nobody like the insurance industry knows it as well. Below, you will find intriguing details about the matter that you may never have realized. Nine Car Accident Realities that Will Get...

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Social Services, Workers – How Important is Tailored Insurance?

Social services agencies and the individual social worker so often are under scrutiny for professional liability. This is the very reason why a tailored insurance plan is essential. RELATED: Church counseling...

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Why the Valet Parking Service Needs Insurance

There are many reasons for valet parking service insurance. After all, when you are temporarily dealing with other people’s vehicles, a variety of exposures can crop up. The following related FL insurance claim,...

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Small Business: How to detect Workers Comp Fraud

A former NY Port Authority officer pleads guilty to workers comp fraud after getting caught singing in a band while collecting disability from the police department for an injured arm... An actor dances energetically...

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How the Government Shutdown Affects National Flood Insurance

In midst of a federal government maelstrom where a shutdown brings a cutoff of services, the National Flood Insurance Program is not exempt from the pinch. When the government’s spending authority is put on hold, home...

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How to Prevent a Fire or Burn from Microwave Cooking

Whether you are using your microwave for a quick popcorn snack or for heating up a meal, today’s cooking certainly has become easier due to modern-day’s rapid cooking device. While the convenience associated with...

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Will My Auto Insurance Go Up if I Get a Ticket?

You may have heard that getting a traffic violation summons will make your auto insurance rates climb. This is true. The insurance company studies your driving history when determining your premium. If the company...

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How to Keep Safe during a Nuclear Threat

A nuclear emergency is a potential reality that we need to come to terms with. This includes being prepared with a ready emergency kit consisting of: at least 14 days of non-perishable food and sealed water...

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Have You Checked Your NJ Home for Radon?

Attention NJ home owners and renters: The NJ Department of Health in conjunction with the NJ Department of Environmental Protection is advising about the risks of radon in property located within the state. In a...

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