Beyond life insurance: Helpful tips when a loved one dies

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After the loss of a loved one, you may be faced with the overwhelming responsibility of making funeral arrangements, notifying friends and family and handling the estate. During that time, it is often very hard to think of all the things that need to be done and what questions to ask. Having a clear picture in advance can help alleviate additional stress.


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Special events may need special insurance attention

Every weekend the calendar seems to offer a menu of festivals, 5K races and concerts. No matter what the weather, there is something special to do. Some folks plan their leisure time around any number of school, church or community events.

If your business or organization is planning a special event, you may be experiencing some of the common worries.


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Health club staff must be ready for emergencies

The June edition of ClubSolutions Magazine, a publication for health club operators, features an article by Brian Rawlings, national program director for Cincinnati’s fitness, sports and recreation program. He explains why it’s important for health clubs to train employees on emergency response, and suggests a quick way to remember what to do in an emergency.


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Protect your service business from errors and omissions

Services errors and omissions coverage is an important part of your insurance portfolio if you’re in the hospitality business. From small conferences and banquets to elaborate weddings, event hosting is big business. Most hotels, golf and country clubs, banquet centers and restaurants with meeting spaces and ballrooms host events on a weekly, and often daily, basis. Events can be significant revenue drivers for your business.


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