Tag: Long Island Insurance

Why Choose LPL Risk Management as your Independent, Long Island Insurance Agency?

At LPL Risk Management we pride ourselves in offering the highest quality insurance products and personalized service to our customers. We are committed to maintaining the utmost level of customer service and insurance expertise. We treat each of our customers like a person, not a number. Being an Independent Insurance Agency on Long Island gives us the ability to market your insurance with multiple companies. This...

Don’t Let Your Income Slip When You Do

Chances are you started your small business with long days and longer nights. You are fully aware of the truth of the old saying: “When you are self-employed you work for the toughest boss in the world!” But if you are carrying your business on your shoulders, who is carrying you? More precisely, who will carry you if you are no longer able to carry...

Planning to Rent Out Your Home for Super Bowl Week? Make Sure You’re Properly Insured First

Homeowners looking to score a windfall by renting out their residence to Super Bowl ticket holders next February should first contact their insurer, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) “Before renting out all or part of your home, tell your insurer about your plans to make sure you’re covered if your property is damaged or if someone is injured,” said Jeanne M. Salvatore, senior vice...

Insuring Your Student’s Home Away from Home

When students go off to college they usually take their computers, TVs, stereo equipment, most of their wardrobe, and anything else that they can cram into the car. Whether they’re taking all their worldly possessions or just enough to get by, they’ll need insurance to cover the things in their dorm room or apartment. So before they take off for college, make sure they’re covered...

Dog Bite Liability

Most dogs are friendly, loving members of the family, but even normally docile dogs may bite when they are frightened or when protecting their puppies, owners or food. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs annually, resulting in an estimated 800,000 injuries that require medical attention. More than 50 percent of dog bites...