Tag: Insurance

Coverage for Restaurants

While Nashville is known first and foremost as Music City, it is quickly gaining the secondary designation as a foodie destination.  According to a recent survey by U.S. News & World Report, Nashville ranked eleventh in the nation for food-themed vacation locales. Statistics also show that Nashville is a haven not just for those who love to eat food but those who love to cook...

Insuring Your Church

Nashville and Middle Tennessee have the nicknames “Buckle of the Bible Belt” and “Protestant Vatican.”  According to Wikipedia, Music City is home to around 700 churches.  Charisma News reported that in five years ago, 4000 new churches were planted in America. Churches are as American as apple pie and here to stay.  For the enthusiastic pastor and church planter full of evangelistic fervor, however, it...

Whose Fault Is It, Anyway?

An odd car accident of sorts made national news two years ago.  According to The Consumerist, the information and news arm of Consumer Reports, a pickup truck in the parking lot a New Jersey Target store hit one of the store’s iconic two-ton, red ball-shaped bollards, which sent it rolling and crashing into another vehicle.  The incident caused over three thousand dollars in damage to the vehicle....

Anatomy Of An Insurance Policy

For any layperson who has tried to read through a typical insurance policy, whether it be automobile, health, or life, the verbage and vast amount of information can seem off-putting.  However, it is important for every policyholder to have a basic knowledge of insurance terminology in order to be informed should the need to file a claim arise. There are six basic components to every...

Sharing The Road

In late May, Nashville CBS-affiliate News Channel 5 reported the death of a young man who was riding a scooter downtown when he was fatally struck by a sport utility vehicle.  Talk of a 30-day ban on the scooters was rejected by the Metro Council, though an alternate plan for greater control over the scooters will be up for a vote on July 16. While local lawmakers work out the kinks...