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Interstate is licensed for commercial property and casualty. We specialize in automobile, general liability, garage liability, and property. Our team of dedicated underwriters strive to provide the highest quality of service to our agents. We have a very knowledgeable staff that can help you with your account, whether it is regarding underwriting, claims, accounting, or financing. 

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2014's Most Dangerous Toys

Monday, December 08, 2014

There’s almost nothing more thrilling than watching a child excitedly unwrap his or her gifts on Christmas morning. Giddy with the magic of the holiday season, they race downstairs early in the morning to find that Santa Claus has paid them a visit, and hopefully, those items at the top of their Christmas list will be under the tree.

And while parents may strive to find their children the perfect gift for the holidays, some toys present potential hazards. Although federal regulations and recalls are in place, toys still make it to store shelves across the country that are unsafe for children.  Read More...

What Ebola means for P&C Industry

Monday, October 20, 2014

WASHINGTON—The primary impact of the Ebola epidemic “crisis” on U.S. property and casualty insurers will be on companies writing workers compensation insurance, according to a new study by the Insurance Information Institute.

In a paper written by Dr. Dr. Steven Weisbart, senior vice president & chief economist, the III said the WC category will likely be most affected because health-care workers could be most directly exposed (as happened in Texas and in several African countries).

Other possible effects might be on various liability insurance lines, such as general liability, directors & officers (D&O) liability and medical malpractice (Med Mal) liability, Weisbart said in his paper.

Weisbart said that WC would be primarily impacted because it pays for the cost of medical care and lost income for people who become ill in the course of their work, and pays death benefits if they die from a work-related cause.


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