Commercial General Liability Insurance in Construction

As a subcontractor providing construction services to a contractor, you’re typically required by contract to provide evidence of commercial general liability insurance (CGL), automobile, worker’s compensation, employer’s liability, and umbrella or excess liability to protect your company from third-party lawsuits. When dealing with large contractors, they typically try to push off as much liability as possible to the subcontractors to …

ASI: Accident Scene Investigation

Adam Snow, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance Agency Have you ever watched those shows on TV where a team of investigators look through small clues and other random evidence to try and piece together what happened at a crime scene? It’s always amazing how they can connect something as random as a half-eaten potato chip to the bank robbery …

The Replacements

Brandon Marchant, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance Many of you might remember a few months back when the NFL took a blind-sided sack because they failed to renew their contract with the NFL Referees Association before the season started, thus having to hire replacement refs to officiate games. It was a disaster. Due to no fault of their own, …

Risks in Celebration

Tyson Perkes, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance It’s hard to believe the holiday season is already upon us. Something that undoubtedly comes along with the holiday season is the annual company party. The holiday party is a time to celebrate with friends and co-workers and to put the day-to-day worries aside, right? That’s true, but it does take some …

Sister Companies Donate to the Festival of Trees

The following story was provided to us by our sister companies W.W. Clyde & Co. and Sunroc Building Materials. SALT LAKE CITY, UT – At the yearly Festival of Trees event, you’ve likely seen the enormous and extravagant backyard playhouses being auctioned. Just like with the Christmas trees, quilts, and many other items donated to this event, the playhouses have …

What Do You “Self-Insure”?

Corey Ford, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance Last fall I was planning to replace two of the four tires on my SUV that were not quite adequate for winter driving. Since we started off with a relatively mild winter, I kept putting it off, thinking it made more sense to wait until winter really got started. You can probably …

Spots On The Couch

Brandon Marchant, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance For those of you who know me well enough I am considered somewhat of a “clean freak”. I have three wonderful kids (ages 13, 11, & 6) who at times tend to be a bit messy. I get it, kids will be kids right? In an effort to reduce some of the …

Second Nature Safety

Adam Snow, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance A few years ago, I was working as an intern at a construction company. The internship involved working on project bids, going to project meetings, visiting job sites, and even some asphalt laying fun. One thing I remember about this internship was the company’s focus on safety. Employees were constantly reminded about …

Million Dollar Fire

Aaron Griffith, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance Business was booming. I mean literally, BOOMING! My client was opening his third car audio store. They had recently purchased an additional building for $400,000 and stocked it with almost $600,000 in inventory. They had been fortunate enough to hire just the right type of friendly and skilled “techies” to sell and …

Making The Right Call

Tyson Perkes, Commercial Insurance Agent at Beehive Insurance Touchdown? Interception? Pass Interference! Everyone that is a football fan heard about the Monday Night Football game between the Packers and Seahawks a few weeks ago. The controversial last play of the game left all fans of the game stunned. Analysts and fans alike were calling for the NFL to bring back …