Injury to a Church Volunteer, Who Pays?

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Steve, a hypothetical church volunteer in this example, is a longtime, trusted, and active church member. Steve helps the church in all manner of tasks, from participating in counting the weekly collection on Sunday morning to knocking off icicles on the church gutters. Recently Steve was injured on church property when he fell about six […]

Host with a Toast … To Responsible High School Grad Parties

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Learn insurance coverage although not excluded is at risk for hosts who permit underage drinking in Ohio.   Read suggestions for hosting a responsible high school graduation party. School is out, and high school graduation parties are in. For many parents, hosting a party is de rigueur, the required social custom for celebrating their child’s […]

Would You Invest $100 to Save a Life?

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As the owner of rental properties, if you could reduce your economic loss by reducing the size of a cooking fire for approximately $50.00 per unit would you do it? You can do this with a simple item called StoveTop FireStop .   According to the National fire Prevention Association (NFPA) a kitchen fire starts […]

Apartment Owner’s Insurance 102

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Basic insurance topics for a Landlord were addressed a few weeks ago in my blog “Crafting a Solid Insurance Program for Owners of Apartment Buildings.” A new semester is starting (read more) The previous blog addressed property insurance including business income, general liability insurance, equipment breakdown, crime insurance and auto insurance. However, the owner of […]

When Is a Window More Than Just a Window?

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Stained glass windows do so much more than keep the weather out and let light in. The soothing colored light that reflects through your stained glass windows provides your Church, Temple or Mosque with a calming and reverent atmosphere that has a very real emotional impact on your church members, friends and visitors alike.  Your […]

Memorial Day Reflection

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What does Memorial Day mean to you? To me, Memorial Day means the beginning of summer. It also means getting a chance to spend time with family and friends. This may not be the case for all people, however. For most people, Memorial Day is spent outdoors, enjoying some delicious barbecue with the people they […]

Do You Believe in Life After Death? Part Two

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Learn how members of struggling mainline Protestant churches may find closure. Read practical suggestions for members of declining mainline Protestant churches. Part One of this blog appeared last month. I introduced the subject of mainline Protestant churches in the United States struggling to survive. Part Two acknowledges that while many of these churches continue in […]

Your Church Steeple is More Than a Landmark

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Churches and non-profit organizations like yours have some very unique insurance needs. Important protection is required for your organization that others don’t have to worry about. Your mission often times is to help people who have been affected by disaster. How can you help others if you cannot recover from a disaster yourself? Take your […]

Don’t Get Blown Away by a Cyberattack

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Read why your business should proactively address the real threat of a cyberattack. Learn the role cyber security and cyber insurance play in risk management. Cyberattacks are the fastest growing crime in the country. Every entity, organization, business, or individual that is connected to the Internet is a potential target. For those reading this, that […]