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Insurance News / 20.12.2018

Did you know that adding carbonated water or tonic to a drink will speed up the absorption of the alcohol? This is an example of what you learn at TIPS Training, a program that gives tools to servers for the responsible service, sale, and consumption of alcohol. Clark Insurance offers this training to customers and, since the holiday season is in full swing, we wanted to share a few key facts with you too. After all, you may be planning on relaxing by the fire...

Insurance News / 11.12.2018

You are in hospitality and you know that guests appreciate, and sometimes demand, alcohol service as part of their dining experience. Of course, viewing alcohol solely as a relaxing social lubricant is not the entire story – anyone in the industry can tell you that serving alcohol is a unique privilege that comes with a great deal of responsibility. Tim McCarty and Joan Hopkins explain how to reduce your risks by implementing an effective TIPS training program for your employees. ...

Insurance News / 19.10.2018

There is a limit for jewelry on a homeowner’s policy, ranging from $1,000 - $2,000. This limit is often not enough to cover the full value of the ring. So, in order to increase that limit, you can “schedule” the item. Scheduled property is an additional policy which extends the coverage beyond the standard protection provided by a homeowners’ policy....

Insurance News, Featured / 22.12.2017

Every year, Clark Insurance enters the Holiday Season with our end-of-year giving. We support many valued organizations, notably ones that cater to the causes of food insecurity, clothing, shelter, higher education and wellness. In addition to our philanthropic support we also feature one end of year giving recipient through conducting an interview, capturing their mission, accomplishments and goals – to share with our community. This year, James Brissenden, our Marketing and Communications Specialist, sat down with Good Shepherd Food Bank. See below for the story!...

Insurance News / 24.02.2017

As an LTC insurance professional, you spend a lot of time trying to explain to prospects why they need to plan for long term care. I gave up on the numbers and stats a long time ago, so I don’t bother regurgitating a bunch of statistics about how many people will need long term care services, how much nursing homes cost, blah, blah, blah. No. You already know this is real; you’ve seen it – perhaps in your own family, or at work, or in...

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