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    We Identify Risk
    What can we do to avoid costly Workers' Comp claims?
    How is our benefits plan helping to retain top performing employees?
    Our key piece of equipment will take six months to replace if destroyed. How can we prepare for this?
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    Are my liability limits adequate for when our daughter gets her license?
    How will we pay for college if something happens to my husband?
    If our son gets sick, is specialized treatment in our health provider network?
    Do I have enough money set aside to retire?
    We Identify Risk
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    We Identify Risk
    Who will buy our business when we retire?
    How are we going to replace our lost income if the building is damaged?
    Are we responsible if someone injures herself while walking through our parking lot?
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    Am I covered if I have a manure, liquid nitrogen or pesticide/herbicide spill?
    Do I have coverage when I run my equipment on the road?
    How is my crop covered during harvest season?
    We have a gas well on our property, do I need coverage for underground pollution?
    Do I have coverage for hired workers?
    We Identify Risk

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Our proprietary risk assessment process helps clients identify their unique personal, financial, business, and strategic risks.

​Home projects should end in positive results, but things can go very wrong if you hire a fraudulent or unqualified contractor.  Use the following advice to help avoid a nightmare.

Where to start Get names of reputable contractors from your agent, insurance company, neighbors, homeowners association, the Better Business Bureau, the Attorney General's office and/or a specialized consumer organization. Contact multiple contractors for comparison purposes. All about estimates Tell contractors you are getting several estimates and ask if they can complete the work by a certain date.  This...