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The Kiawah Conservancy is pleased to announce Anderson Insurance Associates and PURE as the Presenting Sponsors of the ninth annual Bobcat Ball.  The Conservancy is most grateful for the continued support of Anderson Insurance Associates and their partner PURE. As purveyors of insurance too many homeowners on Kiawah Island, Anderson Insurance Associates regularly encounter many

Avoiding Road Rage

Wednesday, 18 April 2012 by

Do you think you’ll become enraged on the road? Emotions have a huge impact on driving. Long before starting your car, you’ve had to wake up, deal with morning stress, perhaps get your kids moving, and worry about work (including getting there on time). Now that you’re stressed out by the way your day may

Internet Insurance Information

Wednesday, 11 April 2012 by

The Internet, due to this medium’s connection to savvy, technologically astute consumers, has become an ideal method for promoting and selling insurance products. However, even as greater advantage is being taken of electronic insurance transactions, it is important to keep a bit of old, yet still excellent advice – “Let the buyer beware.” Possible Danger

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Professional Liability

Wednesday, 04 April 2012 by

Professionals, such as doctors, lawyers and accountants, along with a growing number of other occupations, work in fields that need special protection. Pharmacists, architects, engineers, opticians, beauticians, insurance agents, and various types of consultants are frequently sued due to the high standard of accountability under which they operate. In most instances, a type of coverage

Most insurance policies are designed to cover the following: single individuals traditional married couples traditional family – husband, wife, children relatives sharing the same household However, when two or more unrelated individuals live in the same residence and/or share the use of the same vehicle(s), the coverage situation becomes confused. It’s still common for either

Credit Based Insurance Scoring

Tuesday, 28 February 2012 by

Insurance companies use different sources of information about a person that supplements an application. For auto coverage, motor vehicle reports are ordered. For home coverage, physical inspections may be needed. Another tool that is widely used for underwriting is credit-based scoring. Use of this method was once controversial but, by and large, it has gained

While dogs make great companions, playmates, and protectors, they also continue to be a problem for insurers. Nearly two million people are bitten by dogs each year with around 800,000 persons requiring professional medical treatment for their wounds. Each of these incidents is a potential lawsuit. Have Teeth, Will Bite Tens of millions ofU.S.households own

Non-Owned Auto Coverage

Monday, 13 February 2012 by

Employees routinely use their own vehicles in their jobs or just to run errands for their employer. Does your company have protection in case of an accident and both your worker and your company are sued? If your company has a business auto policy, it should include coverage for ‘non-owned’ automobiles. These are vehicles owned

Hold Harmless Agreements

Friday, 10 February 2012 by

If you want to avoid the danger of something negative resulting from pursuing an activity, the safest action is…..don’t pursue the activity. Of course, choosing that option is impractical, unrealistic and boring. The quality of our lives is highly affected by how we choose to spend our time. Any activity involves a chance that a