Central Insurance

Category: Risk Management


Managing Your Product Liability Exposure

If you are a manufacturer, retailer, or wholesaler, managing your product liability exposure is a critical part of your overall risk management plan.  Let’s take a look at some of the questions a liability underwriter will ask when deciding whether or not…

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Hunt Up the Right Liability Coverage for Hunting Season!

Ah, Fall. My favorite time of year! For many people, this season is marked by pumpkins and costumes, but for a select group of the population there’s another reason… hunting season begins in many states!

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To File Or Not To File…That’s The Financial Question

There are many types of coverage offered on a typical homeowner’s policy, but the question of whether or not to file a claim versus footing the bill yourself for any damage often arises.

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9 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Security

Several of my neighbors were robbed recently. They live less than a mile from my house.  With these robberies and everything else that is going on in the world today, all that’s on my mind is how do I protect my home, my family,…

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Does Mom Know Best? Insurance Advice for Gen Y

Do you stream your videos instead of rent them?  Can you text, download an app, and update your status all at the same time? Is an Apple something you buy, not something you eat? Then chances are you’re a Gen…

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Wildfires: Be Prepared and Be Protected

With the unofficial beginning of summer last weekend, many of us are making vacation plans and heading outdoors to enjoy the weather.  But for those living in the western part of the United States, this time of year marks the…

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Don’t Let Lead Ruin Your Renovation: Follow The Rule!

We’ve all heard of the dangers of lead-based paint.  If you are a general or renovation contractor, painter, plumber, carpenter, or electrician, this is an issue you have likely dealt with when working on structures built before 1978.  Renovation activies…

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The Costly Consequences of Cybercrime

While sitting in my doctor’s office, I started thinking, “What if?” What if the doctor’s computer network were hacked tonight? Does he have knowledgeable I.T. staff protecting the sensitive personal information in all those patient files, including mine? I could end…

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Winter Weather Brings Workplace Worries

Fall has arrived! The kids have returned to school. The days are getting shorter and football has returned (Go Bucks!). However, it won’t be long before the snow, ice, and cold temperatures return and bring with them an entire set…

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Are You Prepared For A Disaster?

September is National Preparedness Month, which is sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the US Department of Homeland Security. The goal is to promote disaster preparedness for people, businesses, and communities. An integral part of disaster preparedness…

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