Tag: insurance

In Memory of Our Founder Paul W. Davis

“Our offices are a bit somber this morning,” said Rich Wilson, President and CEO of Jacksonville-based Paul Davis Restoration Inc on Friday, June 14th. “We learned today of the passing of our founder Paul Woodall Davis at the age of 92. I am so pleased that I got to visit him… Read more »

As cyber thieves get smarter, so should we

As cyber thieves get smarter, so should we

Cyber thieves are constantly working to figure out new ways to infiltrate your network and steal your data. No one is too small or too large to be a target, so it is paramount that business owners and their staff be vigilant in their measures to prevent cyber crimes from… Read more »

Trust Your Instincts When Selecting A Restoration Company

Trust Your Instincts When Selecting A Restoration Company

Denial, shock, anger, anxiety, sadness, fear – a range of strong emotions surge through people as they survey ruined property following a disaster. They all share one particular need: to repair the damage now and return their lives to normal as fast as possible. But how to fix it and… Read more »

Why Form a Working Relationship with A Disaster Recovery Firm?

Why Form a Working Relationship with A Disaster Recovery Firm?

Natural and man-made disasters are truly a matter of “when.” Luckily, good business continuity plans keep your company up and running despite unexpected interruptions. Whether your place of business experiences damage due to severe storms or flooding, a fire, or even mold, the best strategy is to have an existing… Read more »

Maintaining Adequate Insurance Coverage

Maintaining Adequate Insurance Coverage

The great Henry Ford said, “The best we can do is size up the chances, calculate the risks involved, estimate our ability to deal with them, and then make our plans with confidence.” He might have been describing insurance, which protects us and our interests, because life and business are… Read more »

Know the Insurance Limitations on Vacant Properties

Know the Insurance Limitations on Vacant Properties

Homeowners who spend time away from properties they own need to be aware that their insurer may determine their primary and secondary vacation home(s) vacant or unoccupied if left for 60 days or more — this according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Insurers deem vacant or unoccupied houses… Read more »