Eco-Friendly Insurance Policies

Most things that we do or buy in our day-to-day lives now carry greater significance than ever before. No matter what it is we are doing, there is one question which is always on the tip of our tongue: “what impact is this having on the environment?”

‘Sustainability’ is a buzz word in almost every company and advertising campaign as more and more of us look for ways to protect our future and limit our impact upon the environment. There is no shortage of choice when it comes to ‘green’ alternatives – and the insurance market is no exception.

How can home insurance ‘go green’?

Most of the major insurance companies now offer policies that are aimed to attract the more eco-conscious amongst us – and this doesn’t only apply to the more obvious insurance policies, such as those for cars and other vehicles. It also applies to other everyday items covered by buildings and contents insurance policies.

The Basics of Professional Indemnity Insurance

Many people run their own businesses and as part of this business provide advice to clients.  Any business that provides these types of services will need to be protected by Professional Liability Insurance.  This type of insurance is designed to assist of business and provide protection in the event that they are forced to deal with a claim of negligence.

Sometimes when providing advice or similar services, things can go wrong.  Perhaps you made a mistake by providing services. Maybe the advice you offered had a negative effect on your client.  

Home Insurance is an Important Part of Keeping Your Home’s Value Intact

Many people scoff at home insurance, claiming it to be little more than an unnecessary expense that will probably never be needed. What these people don’t realize is that having insurance can benefit you for as long as you own your home, particularly where finances are concerned. It gives you a reliable safety net that can protect you and your family should something unfortunate occur. Though it is typically costly, you may find that the long term benefits of buying insurance far outweigh the risks.

Nature’s Fury

When homes are damaged, the most likely culprit is usually mother nature. Severe weather like hail, extreme winds, lightning and tornadoes can all lead to expensive repairs. Also, that that unassuming tree right next to your home might grow up to fall right on to the roof. Insurance makes sure that you are covered for these types of damages so that you won’t have to meet with financial hardship to fix the problem.

If your home is completely destroyed by natural forces, the rebuilding process can take a long time and insurance may cover temporary lodgings for you and your family.