Whether you’ve lived here your whole life, or are just moving to the Bay State, this seems to be a question on everyone’s minds. And we understand why! Nobody wants to pay more for Massachusetts auto insurance than they have to.
Hitch up your plows and pray to Mother Nature – it’s almost snow plowing season! Remember a few years ago when we had that freak snowstorm in October? If you’re a snow plow contractor in New England, I’m betting your fingers are crossed for a heavy winter snow season again this year.
Editor’s Note: This is one of a series of reviews about shopping with online insurance companies we will be putting out in the next several weeks. To ensure a dynamic perspective and full, balanced review, both Kaitlyn Pintarich, President of Berry Insurance with 17 years of insurance experience, and Corin Cook, Content Marketing Specialist of Berry Insurance who is brand new to the insurance industry, separately reviewed Swyfft, making notes of their thoughts and impressions of the quoting process and results.
There are many things business owners worry about each day, and employee injuries are at the top of that list. Even in the safest of workplaces, an employee can get injured very easily. You can make yourself crazy trying to create the best environment for your employees, but unfortunately, you can’t prevent every claim (i.e. slips and falls or car accidents).
With the new school year quickly approaching, many parents and families are finding themselves at a loss for how to handle the potential of online or remote learning this fall. I think we’d all agree that right now, we just feel utterly unprepared.
COVID-19 aka Coronavirus is affecting us all in different ways. Some of us are continuing to work our regular jobs (either at the office or at home), having been deemed essential employees. Others, however, have been furloughed or even worse, laid off! These are certainly trying times for us all.