Hired and non-owned auto (HNOA) insurance covers commercial auto liability expenses brought about by accidents involving rented, hired or borrowed vehicles for business purposes. Hired autos are those vehicles leased, hired rented or borrowed by your business in the ordinary course of doing business. Non-owned autos are those motor vehicles owned by company employees and used for official business errands. Read more and discuss with a Moore Resources agent for information on the whether Hired & Non-Owned auto insurance is right for your business,.
Contents coverage refers to all the personal property in the home that is not affixed or attached to the building structure, therefore there is a wide variety of items covered by this insurance limit. For details on contents coverage and tips on the type of coverage you need, visit our blog.
Business demands do not usually halt at state borders which prompts many CEO’s and business owners to ponder the question of insurance protection for their employees when venturing across state lines. Our lastest blog discusses the complexity surrounding workers compensation insurance for out-of-state employees.
Buying a home can be the greatest financial acquisitions of a lifetime, so it is important to be selective with the process and be aware of market conditions. Exploring the best time of year to buy a home is an important aspect of the purchasing processing and often becomes an afterthought when polishing up the credit report and stashing away the down payment. This blog explores the best months of the year for home buying.