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    Good day guys

    Im Anfernee norris, from Minnesota, I am shopping around for my business insurance and I'm hoping I can get opinions from everybody here about which ones to avoid and which ones you have had a good experience with. I have been surfing the net for good insurance, I came into has anyone tried online insurance? how effective is the online quote system? can i depend my money on this?

    thanks in advance.

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    I go threw Capitol Specialty Insurance Corporation


    I think one of there outlet stores is Fancis L Dean and associates. INC.

    800-745-2409

    info@fdean.com

    I believe you'll need to talk to carmon.
    1-800-375-0552

    that'll run ya around $450 bucks, unless you have more than 50 students.

    But when getting insurance, if you teach or plan on teaching more than one style of fighting, like boxing and kickboxing or MMA. Then you'll want to be looking for insurance for Combative Sports. I went through alot of insurance companies that would cover boxing then when I mention I also teach kickboxing, they would back out. And they would do the same thing when I said I teach kickboxing, then they would back out when I said I also teach boxing.

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    • #3
      This thread was spam the IP goes back to Asia, So I deleted the link in the first post.

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      • #4
        Well, "property preservation" is a neat catch phrase. It will have to be interpreted to mean something. Is that, "antique dealer" or "contractor"?
        You'll likely need general liability coverage. You *might* need/want property coverage. If you have employees, you'll need workers comp.
        You really need to sit down with a local, independent agent to discuss what you'll be doing, and have them assess your needs and get quotes for you.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jannifer View Post
          Well, "property preservation" is a neat catch phrase. It will have to be interpreted to mean something. Is that, "antique dealer" or "contractor"?
          You'll likely need general liability coverage. You *might* need/want property coverage. If you have employees, you'll need workers comp.
          You really need to sit down with a local, independent agent to discuss what you'll be doing, and have them assess your needs and get quotes for you.
          property preserveration goes kind along with field inspections. Interior and exteriour inspections for resedential and commercial. The property preservation part would be to secure a property, winterize, debris removal, window boarding and make bids for any other damages. It can be a good secondary income.

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