Professional Liability Insurance vs General Liability Insurance | PJO Insurance Brokerage

The one question we get a lot from our Orange County, California clients and prospects is, Do I Professional Liability or will General Liability Insurance be enough? Each type of insurance is different and depending on your particular business both options should be explored. Having a knowledgeable insurance agency navigate you through all the ins […]

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What is a General Contractors Insurance Liability? (Part 1)

Hello I’m Razelle with Farmer Brown insurance agency we’ve put together this informative video for you I hope you enjoy. Welcome to our tutorial on general liability insurance. So let’s begin. What is liability insurance? General liability is a type of insurance policy that covers your business for a variety of third party claims including […]

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Scottsdale Professional Liability Insurance by Smart Move

Professional Liability Insurance is an essential coverage that your business may need in order to protect your assets from potential losses Errors and Omissions insurance is not only needed for a professional service business but may also be necessary if you are regularly giving advice or recommendations to customers, clients or another party. Law suits […]

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Debt Ceiling, Fiscal Issues, Paying the Bills of Congress, AIG Bailout Lawsuit (2013)

MR. CARNEY: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for being here. Before I start, it is amazing, in today’s era of lightning communications, how this already seems to be a moment that’s passing, but it is worth pausing to remember, perhaps in my mind, the greatest political journalist ever, and that’s Richard Ben Cramer. […]

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Accounting Firm and Consulting Firm News – Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC

The latest edition of the annual Deloitte Solvency II survey of insurers shows that they are preparing for the introduction of Solvency II by changing their approach to calculating capital adequacy requirements. “Solvency II forces insurers to analyse the risks they run across their business and determine the level of capital they need to hold. […]

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