Are you working from home due to COVID-19? Right now, life may be feeling a little abnormal. After all, there are a lot of us who never thought about working from home — until now. While some jobs cannot easily be performed from home, a surprising number can be thanks to the ease of modern […]Read More
Black History Month
Celebrating Black History Month – Every February, Americans celebrate Black History Month. This year, we invite you to join us in remembering the accomplishments of black citizens, past and present, which are an integral part of American history. The 2021 Black History Month theme is “Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity.” Whether it’s the deeply-needed […]Read More
From Maryland Insurance Administration – Premium Payments Delays
The Maryland Insurance Administration is aware that mail delivery delays have resulted in the cancellation or non-renewal of insurance policies for non-payment of premium. Sometimes this is because bills are not being delivered on time and sometimes it is because payment is not being delivered on time. While insurers are often willing to work with […]Read More
Cold Weather Freeze is here!
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR HEAT ON! The freezing cold weather is here AGAIN! This week an Arctic blast is forecasted to bring cold temperatures to our area. Some areas are predicted to have their lowest temperature level in more than 20 years. https://www.infoplease.com/math-science/weather/record-lowest-temperatures-by-state The combination of cold temperature and wind chill along the east […]Read More
We Don’t Pay Celebrities to Tell our Story- OUR CUSTOMERS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Here is what our clients are saying about Connie Phillips Insurance: I wanted to let you know how helpful Jessica Gray was to me. It is wonderful to work with people like that. I really appreciate her timely help! – Margie F. – Frederick, MD – Condominium Insurance You rock! This business is going to […]Read More
WORKERS COMPENSATION AND CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
HOW TO PROTECT YOUR ASSOCIATION WITH WORKERS COMPENSATION, CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE, ADDITIONAL INSURED ENDORSEMENTS AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENTS Every association should carry a workers’ compensation policy – whether the association has employees or not. If your association issues 1099’s to contractors, then you can be held liable for injuries or liability from an uninsured contractor. […]Read More
Is your community association vulnerable to financial crimes?
What would happen to your association in the event of fraud, theft, or embezzlement? Your association leaders/board are volunteers and responsible for protecting the association assets from fraud, theft, or embezzlement. https://www.insurance-financial.net/crime-fidelity-bond/ Every association is looking to protect their funds from theft and other acts committed internally by board members and management companies and by outside […]Read More
FACE MASK HYGIENE – Proper Cleaning Tips
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended wearing face masks in public to slow the spread of Covid-19. It is important to know how to properly wash, disinfect, and handle reusable cloth masks. Pathogens like bacteria and viruses can live on cloth fabric for longer than we may think – 8 to 12 hours. […]Read More
Are you Providing the Proper Insurance for your Directors and Officers?
Some insurance carriers refer to Directors and Officers (D&O) Liability as miscellaneous liability. Take my word, it is not a coverage that should be considered miscellaneous. There is a world of difference between D&O coverage offered to you as an endorsement on your master policy and proper D&O coverage specifically written as a stand-alone policy. […]Read More
TOP 15 MOLD PREVENTION TIPS
Top 15 Mold Prevention Tips to help maintain the highest quality living environment for your home Circulate the Air – Open your windows – Proper ventilation is essential. When the outside air is drier than the inside, ventilation allows the dry air to enter, take up excess moisture, and then be carried outside. When natural […]Read More