Tuesday, May 6, 2014

We Offer a Full Line of Business Insurance for Michigan Companies

Behind the success of every small business are the hardworking employees who put in all the time and effort, and sometimes, even their lives on the line – and business owners know that for a fact. According to a recent survey sponsored by EMPLOYERS®, the safety of employees emerged as the top priority among small businesses in the country. In line with this, Allied Insurance Managers, Inc. offers a complete line of business insurance for Michigan small businesses, which includes our Workers’ Compensation Insurance.

Based on the survey, 35% of the respondents picked “workplace safety risks” as the type of risk that has the most potential to impact their respective businesses. Moreover, the same number of respondents also chose the same risk as the one they would spend more time addressing this year. As an employer, it is your duty to provide coverage for your employees and provide a safe working environment.


Monday, May 5, 2014

Good Michigan Home Insurance Protects Homes from Mother Nature’s Fury

The home is easily one of the biggest investments a family will ever make. However, there are all kinds of things that can put that investment in great jeopardy. For one, the weather can turn extreme and wreak all kinds of havoc on many homes, as pointed out by an April 13, 2014 MLive.com article.

The onslaught of erratic weather on parts of the Great Lakes State is bound to be a cause of worry for many people. The possibility of severe damage alone is reason enough for homeowners to get comprehensive Michigan home insurance in order to secure their homes against any type of damage, natural or unnatural.

There are different natural catastrophes that can cause damage and/or loss of property in Michigan homes. Earthquakes can topple the house from its very foundation while floods can inundate the interior, often causing irreplaceable property losses. Hail, on the other hand, can put dents in (and even punch holes through), your roof.