New Virginia Workers Compensation Policy Takes Effect

Posted on: June 29, 2015 by Goodrich & Watson

The issue over whether or not workers are constituted as employees or independent contractors has long been a topic of debate. The construction industry has been particularly targeted for these labor practices. This policy change will affect many protections granted to typical employees such as Virginia Contractors Workers Compensation in addition to the FMLA and […] Read More

What Should your VA Commercial Insurance Include?

Posted on: June 26, 2015 by Goodrich & Watson

Depending on your type of business and the risk exposures involved, certain coverages should be included in your commercial business policy. However, there are a few basic coverages that should be considered when crafting your policy to minimize financial loss and damages. To safeguard your assets, don’t hesitate to equip your business with a Commercial […] Read More

Autonomous Freight Vehicles: 4 Things You Should Know

Posted on: June 18, 2015 by Goodrich & Watson

Daimler Trucks has released the first autonomous semi-truck. The “Inspiration” has a full license to operate on all American public roads-weather and road conditions permitting. With more and more self-driving vehicles popping up on the market, our traditional standards of transportation are being challenged. Assuring your Newport News Business Auto Insurance is in effect can […] Read More

Top 3 Surety Bond Misconceptions

Posted on: June 4, 2015 by Goodrich & Watson

Earlier this year, we discussed the basics of Virginia Construction Surety Bonds, and how they are essential to the success of the project and peace of mind for project owners. Providing a solution that guarantees the project will be completed according to time frame and specifications while protecting the project owner from a potentially huge financial […] Read More

Ridesharing Insurance Coverage: To Be or Not To Be?

Posted on: June 2, 2015 by Goodrich & Watson

If you’ve used a cab service any time in the last few years, it’s quite possible you’ve heard of Uber or Lyft, the newest installment of taxis: Ridesharing. These controversial yet increasingly popular forms of transportation are stirring up the insurance industry due to coverage disputes and pricing. What’s covered? What’s not? Does the insurance […] Read More