Being properly insured can help safeguard your investment not just for today, but for years to come.
While things like clothing, shoes, and toiletries once topped the packing list, the go-to essentials for today’s travelers are very different, thanks to the global pandemic. In addition to hand sanitizer, face masks and COVID-19 test kits have become must-haves in a traveler’s suitcase.
When you start investigating your life insurance options, you run into a big question: whole or term? Choosing between these two main types of insurance can be confusing for first-time buyers. What follows, is a side-by-side comparison so you can decide which insurance is right for you.
This past holiday season, Partners Insurance Group, an affiliate of BayCoast Bank, made an important donation to First Step Inn in Fall River, as part of the Arbella Insurance Foundation’s Let’s Drive Out Hunger campaign.
In the past 18 months, there have been thousands of COVID-related lawsuits against employers in the United States; averaging to over five lawsuits filed, per day.
Protecting loved ones is a primary reason why our customers purchase life insurance. They want to financially protect those left behind after a death to help cover expenses such as funeral costs, outstanding bills, and mortgage payments, as well as replace the income lost.
Ridesharing insurance is a special policy that covers drivers who share their personal vehicle with other riders and are paid for the service.
The type of insurance needed by delivery drivers is dependent on what their personal auto policy covers. Depending on how often you drive your car for deliveries, your personal auto insurance won’t be enough.