The top 5 insurance policies we write here at The Point Insurance protect our clients’ home, vehicle, family (through life insurance), business, and employees—a combination of these five policies protects your most important assets.
Each policy takes care of unexpectedly difficult situations. If and when something does happen, you shouldn’t have to worry about paying thousands (or even hundreds of thousands) of dollars.
Here are more details about each type of policy:
Home or Renters Insurance protects not only the physical structure of your home but also all of your cataloged belongings. If a guest were somehow injured on your property (maybe they slip on a tiny pile of leaves), your policy covers their medical expenses.
Auto Insurance is very similar. The best policy covers you, your car, people in your car, people outside of your car, and any other cars or property damaged in an accident.
Life Insurance is often understood as the amount of money your chosen person (beneficiary) will receive in the case of your death. It can also be a high-yield savings account that is returned to you after a certain period of time; the kind of account you can borrow from in case of an emergency.
For Business Owners…
Commercial Insurance can protect your business from everything you might worry about. Was an employee hurt? Workers comp covers it. Did an important piece of machinery or a computer break down? Covered. Did an employee post a copywritten photo that you now have to pay for? Intellectual property insurance takes care of that, too!
Employee Benefits are key to keeping your staff happy, healthy, and committed to your company. Group health insurance and life insurance policies ensure the health and financial future of each of your staff members. Showing employees that they are valued goes a long way in this competitive market.
If you see a policy that you want to learn more about or get a quote on, get in touch with us. We’re here to support you in protecting all the things you care about the most. 🙂
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