Cookouts, Pool Openings, and the Indy 500

Cookouts, Pool Openings, and the Indy 500

Tony Grahn – May 28, 2018

(Memorial Day Weekend in Indy – a Time of Gratefulness!) What do cookouts, pool openings, and the Indianapolis 500 all have in common?  Two things:  Memorial Day Weekend. I am most grateful for Memorial Day Weekend because I often find myself reflecting on the values I hold most dear – values that guide my heart […] Read More

Does My Insurance Cover Me If I Drive for Uber or Lyft?

Does My Insurance Cover Me If I Drive for Uber or Lyft?

Jim Tice – May 21, 2018

Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) allow drivers to use their personal cars to transport passengers who contact them through an app. (like Lyft and Uber) These apps are gaining in popularity, both for drivers and passengers. We know of no reason someone should hesitate in booking a ride with one. However, if you are a driver, […] Read More

What Liability Coverage's Should a Church Have?

What Liability Coverages Should a Church Have?

Adam Murray – May 15, 2018

In some ways, insurance hasn’t changed much over the years. If your building burns down, insurance has always been there to replace it. If you crash your car, your friendly neighborhood insurance agent was there with a settlement check. For churches, however, there has been growing exposures that from time to time are often overlooked. […] Read More

How Do I Insure High Value Items?

How Do I Insure High Value Items?

Tony Grahn – May 9, 2018

Most of your personal property is not specifically listed on your homeowners or renter’s policy. However, there are instances when certain high value items should be listed. (the insurance companies call it scheduling) Reasons to insure your high value items: Theft limitation. Did you know that policies have a limit for loss by theft on […] Read More