What you need to know about Assigned Risk Workers’ Compensation Plans You own a legitimate business and need to know the ins and outs when it comes to the Assigned Risk Workers’ Compensation Insurance.. You have employees, maybe some vehicles, a location (or two) and you need to make sure that you’re insured properly. […]
I’m pretty confident that if you asked anyone who has ever owned a rental property, you would get an overwhelming response that it’s not as lucrative or easy as they thought it would be. In fact, owning a rental property can be a major pain, and end up costing you a ton of money! We […]
Do I really need Business Insurance? What are the Business Insurance Basics? Commercial business insurance can protect you from some unexpected costs of running a business. Accidents, natural disasters, and lawsuits could flip your company upside down or put you completely out of business if you’re not covered with the right insurance policies. In this […]
Flood Insurance is NOT included on all homeowners insurance policies, so you might be asking yourself “What do I need to know about Flood Insurance?” . At Graves Insurance Group we get this question from customers who are purchasing a home, “Why do I have to buy a separate insurance policy for flooding?”. With Flood […]
What are the 5 Insurance Policies I need? You need to protect your most important assets as a step toward having a solid financial plan. Having the right policies in place when you need them will aid you toward a long term plan of safeguarding your wealth accumulation and keeping yourself and your possessions whole […]
Will credit change my insurance rates I was recently asked a question by one of our Graves Insurance clients, and thought I would share the answer here for our readers. Our customer asked us “Will credit change my insurance rates?”.
Why do my auto insurance rates keep going up even though my car is getting older? At Graves Insurance, many of our clients ask “Why Do My Auto Insurance Rates Keep Going Up Even Though My Car Keeps Getting Older?”, I would like to address it from a couple of angles. First things first, even […]