Snow Bell Insurancehttp://www.snowbellins.com
352-796-3594 ext 24
Contact JIM Pace
Phone: (717) 761-4712 Fax: (717) 761-5810 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
800-645-5820 • email@example.com
636) 537-5015 * Fax: (636) 537-5009 Wildlife Control Program ATTN: Cary Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope I am able to answer most of your questions. The very first one explains what you are buying and how to buy and know what your buying regarding liability insurance.
Why NWCO’s Need Insurance
This podcast, is part of an ongoing series targeted as an informative conference call on Building Your NWCO Business For the Long Haul. Not only having insurance but the right insurance can save your business , your family and all of your customers a lot of unneeded grief and has a dramatic effect on how the public will do business with you the business owner. Ron Jones , Owner of ACP in Southern New Jersey and a nearly 25 year veteran in our industry will host on topics related to NWCO Insurance and liabilities all wildlife professionals incur doing business for the public at large. Ron Jones is a member of NWCOA, NJWDCA, an d a well known speaker giving seminars nationally. He can reached at 856 863 4168 and his email is animalcontrolpro@comcast .net Ron will be joined by Gene Bell, of Snow & Bell Insurance in Brooksville, Florida, Gene writes NWCO and Pest Control company policies in the following states: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin.
NWCOA Insurance Program With Jim Pace
The topic of insurance for our industry is still a hot topic. My guest will be Jim Pace, with Best Buy Insurance and who exclusively offers wildlife control liability insurance for NWCOA members. His website ishttp://www.buybestins.comand his phone # is 717-761-4712. Jim will be discussing his program and insurance for the wildlife control industry in general. Join us.
Dealing With Insurance Claims- Getting paid for doing attic cleanups
Craig Coon, Saratoga Springs New York lead the discussion uncovering much of the mystery involved between your customer and insurance companies. Craig was joined by Thomas Herrman(WRSINC of New York City), Jordan Bordanski (New Ulm MN (Bud’s ADC LLC), Bob Evans, CWCP Madison NY (Live Trapping By Matt), Reginald Murray, Oklahoma Widlife Control and Nicholas McVey of Hamilton, Ohio. David Vinke who missed the show did add in a message lagter a term that should of been discussed: The term that needed to be expressed when making aclaim to a insurance company is “Relatively Resent Occurrence” . Many times a customer may not get something paid if neglect is shown such as years of bats .
Mr and Mrs Consumer Caveat Emptor . This is a page for local professional to get Nuisance Wildlife Control Liability Insurance Where, why and how they can buy it to protect you and your assets. Please avoid legal problems later and don’t do business with uninsured wildlife control companies.