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Written by Adam Miller
Insurance Changes Needed When Your Business Switches to Brick and Mortar

Some of most successful businesses started off small, whether in home offices, garages, through online shops, food trucks, or farmer's markets. Over time a humble startup can grow and expand to brick-and-mortar locations, and with that growth comes important financial changes and decisions. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the insurance changes that arise when your business expands into a brick-and-mortar location, and how Aegis can help navigate those changes.

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Written by Adam Miller
How to Protect Your Business This Hurricane Season

Businesses are already looking ahead towards the summer as a time of growth and increased foot traffic, but it's also important to remember that we're also nearing the start of hurricane season. With tens of thousands of businesses across Texas and the Gulf Coast, it's essential to make preparations now to ensure your business faces minimal impact from any possible hurricanes, tropical storms, or heavy flooding in our region. Today's Aegis blog post focuses on some ways companies can better protect themselves before the start of hurricane season.

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Written by Adam Miller
Determining If Now Is the Time to Buy a New Home

This past year has seen a large number of changes in our global and local economies, but few have been more surprising than the explosion of the housing market. The number of available homes currently on the real estate market has plummeted to record lows as people are snatching up new construction homes, preexisting homes, and fixer-uppers in record numbers across Texas. However, a purchase as important as a new home requires significant research and time to evaluate risk factors.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Homeowners and Renters Can Be Better Prepared for Weather Disasters

Residents in Texas are used to dealing with common weather events in their region. For those close to the Gulf Coast, hurricanes and flooding are big concerns, while in north Texas, snow and tornadoes are a greater concern. However, in recent years Texans have begun to experience a wider variety and intensity of severe weather storms and disasters, making the entire state more vulnerable to damages and losses.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Reasons to Always Have Flood Insurance for Your Home

As Texans know, Mother Nature never lets up, so our state sees a wide range of weather-related disasters and catastrophic events such as tornadoes, severe lightning storms, hurricanes, and especially flash floods. While we can't protect our homes and property from all of these natural disasters, we can have the financial protection in place to minimize our losses and help speed up our recovery when they do strike. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three reasons to always have Flood Insurance for your home and property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Are You Ready For The Start of Hurricane Season?

For businesses along the Gulf Coast, June 1 marked the start of another important time period – the start of hurricane season. From June 1 through November 30, companies across the region must stay aware of weather conditions in the tropics in the event serious weather threatens the coast. In today's Aegis blog, we discuss how you can best prepare your commercial property for the start of hurricane season.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Protect Your Business Before Bad Weather Hits

Severe storms and weather disasters can strike at any time, as Nashville area businesses learned this week when tornados stuck several major commercial areas. For restaurants, retailers, gas stations, and other businesses, there might not be much time to prepare as bad weather approaches, so it's important to develop safety plans to implement when severe weather arrives for the protection of employees and customers. Our Aegis blog post today offers some suggestions of how to make your business safer during inclement weather.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Commercial Insurance Helps More Than Loans When Disaster Strikes

Thriving businesses can be slowed down or even shut down temporarily when a catastrophic event impacts their business property or daily operations. While some companies wisely have commercial insurance coverage to protect against such losses or damages, other companies take the risk of relying far more on commercial or emergency loans to help cover repairs or replacement costs.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Family Prepared For Emergencies?

September is National Preparedness Month, which is recognized each year to encourage disaster and emergency planning for individuals and families. Too often people are left unprepared when disaster strikes, and a lack of early preparation typically results in a longer and more difficult recovery period. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three areas of preparation everyone should evaluate and discuss.

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Written by Adam Miller
Could My Business Survive A Flood?

For businesses along the Gulf Coast, flooding is always a possible threat, particularly during hurricane season when there is a greater risk for devastating storms and torrential rainfall. However, many businesses skip Flood Insurance and other critical policies simply because they've avoided flooding before.

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