Author: Mills & Mills Insurance

Rising health-care costs have driven the demand for, and the price of, medical insurance sky-high. The availability of group coverage through employment has helped many Americans face such costs. However, people who are not currently covered by their employers have few affordable sources for group...

Because homeowner policies have set limits for replacing personal property, especially those items prone to theft, you may want to purchase additional coverage for some of your more valuable possessions. For example, the standard limit on most policies is between $1,000 to $2,000 for the theft...

Four main types of auto insurance are available: liability, uninsured or underinsured motorist, collision and comprehensive, and personal injury. Most states require drivers to carry certain types of auto insurance. Liability Insurance Liability insurance is usually considered a necessity, and many states have a minimum legal requirement...

A home can require a tremendous investment of money, time, and energy. Homeowner's insurance is designed to protect that investment by insuring the actual structure or structures and the personal possessions in and around them, and providing liability protection for the residents. Through homeowner's insurance,...

American companies face billions of dollars in tort costs each year, but small businesses bear a majority of the costs resulting from lawsuits.1 Accidents can happen no matter how well a business is run. The expenses involved in defending a lawsuit can prove to be...

Product liability insurance is important for anyone involved in bringing a product to the market, from the design process to the retail outlet that displays the finished product. When something goes wrong, as perceived by the consumer, companies at each stage in the lifecycle can...

When an employee suffers a work-related injury or illness, it can have a significant affect on your company. Workers' compensation insurance provides benefits to employees who are hurt on the job, and most states require employers to carry some form of coverage as a cost...