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Prestige Insurance Group, Inc. Blog: 11_2015

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Just like any other industry, landscaping companies face risks during the course of business. Many business owners understand the importance of business insurance, but you can protect your company even more with specialized landscaping insurance. Landscapers, arborists, tree trimmers and lawn irrigators can all benefit from this type of coverage. READ MORE >>

More than one in five American adults lives with a diagnosable, treatable mental health condition but can live full and productive lives. A properly structured benefit program can support the very real link between mental health and overall wellness. READ MORE >>

Most Americans insure their homes and their cars. Yet fewer have insurance on their most valuable asset — their ability to earn a living. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 49 percent of American workers have access to disability insurance through their employer. READ MORE >>

A vendor survey found that 39 percent of employees want to buy identity theft insurance through their employer. Are you providing this valuable benefit? Identity theft occurs when someone uses another person's personal identifying information without authorization to open charge accounts, order merchandise or borrow money. READ MORE >>

This past year, Uber's $1 million commercial insurance policy with James River Insurance of Richmond, VA seemed to meet Florida's requirements at least those imposed by the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. Despite this, Uber's coverage and its drivers' personal motorist insurance policies have yet to be determined to fulfill the Florida Financial Responsibility Law. READ MORE >>

Florida's Office of Insurance Regulation has ordered a 5.1% workers compensation rate cut, disapproving the National Council on Compensation Insurance Inc.'s proposed 1.9% overall rate level decrease. Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin M. McCarty ordered Boca Raton, Florida-based NCCI to submit a new rate filing that contains a 5. READ MORE >>

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