Cannabis Insurance

It’s legal. What coverages does the Cannabis industry need?

As of November 6, 2018, a midterm ballot proposal to make recreational marijuana legal in the state of Michigan passed. The Cannabis industry will be fueled for growth. According to Ballotpedia and Michigan State Law, ballot initiatives without specific start dates go into effect 10 days after the results are certified and that results are…

No-Fault, Collision, and Comprehensive Insurance: What’s the Difference?

What’s the best insurance coverage for your vehicle? Well, for starters, there’s one major insurance coverage you’ll need as it’s required by Michigan law: no-fault insurance. Just because no-fault insurance is legally required doesn’t mean that the other two insurance coverages aren’t equally important and necessary. When weighing in on what coverage is best for…

How to Prepare Your Employees for an Active Shooter Incident

According to the FBI, “An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area.” Data from the FBI shows that 42% of active shooter incidents between 2000 and 2017 occurred in businesses. This percentage is higher than any other industry such as education (20.8%) and government…

Does Your Business Need Blanket Insurance?

Are you a business owner who oversees more than one property at one or more location? If so, you may want to consider a Blanket Insurance Policy. Blanket Insurance is coverage for more than one type of property at one location or one type of property at more than one location. With this type of…

Saving for College

College can be a wonderful experience. It can open the door to many career opportunities. However, tuition is extremely expensive, and many college-age students need help paying the full cost. Here are a few ways to put money away for your child’s college education. Begin Saving Immediately A “full” college tuition is overwhelming to think…

Staying Safe in the Sun

July is a great time to be outside. However, when the sun is in full force on the warmest days of the year, you’re more susceptible to its harshest rays. While It’s good to enjoy the outdoors when the weather is good, it’s important to be safe and protect your skin. Apply Sunblock Before You…

Avoiding Tenant Lawsuits: How to Protect Yourself

Buying a small second home or apartment building to rent out to others can be a great way to generate extra income. With many tenants, issues usually don’t arise. The job of overseeing their concerns isn’t a typical 9 to 5 schedule, giving you flexibility. While you can have flexibility, renting out a property comes…
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Keeping Your Car Safe

Michigan’s crumbling roads cost an average of $865 per motorist, according to Crain’s Detroit Business. Beyond avoiding potholes, here are some tips to help your car avoid damage longer and keep it in good condition. Park Away from Other Cars Do you like squeezing into an open parking spot? Most of us don’t enjoy that…
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Make Sure Your “Dream Home” Is a Safe Home

If you’re looking to buy a new house, there can be a lot to think about. With factors such as where you work, where your kids go to school, and where you can shop for food and other basic needs, just finding a good location can be difficult. It can be a relief to find…
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Protecting Your Pool

Summer’s just getting started. Relaxing by your pool in the backyard or going for a swim can sound relaxing. If you own a private pool, there’s a lot of work that can go into it. Here’s a few easy tips on how to keep your pool safe and secure. Invest in a Pool Cover Water has…