Specialty & General Business

TISC works with small, medium and large business in a variety of industries.

We can determine the most appropriate coverage and risk management strategy for businesses whether they are: a single location grocery store or dry cleaner; a florist with multiple locations; a large internet sales volume with a fleet of vehicles; or a horse farm that boards and breeds race horses. Specialty lines of coverage include, but are not limited to: Horse & Farm, Bed and Breakfast, Camps and Conference Centers, Child Care, Dance and Martial Arts Schools, Gymnastics Schools, Health/Swim/Racquet Clubs, Dude Ranches, Gun/Fishing/Hunt Clubs and Lodges, Performing Arts Schools and Community Theatres, Schools and Universities, Museums and Historic Homes and Libraries. Because how a business is owned, organized and operated will vary, we work closely with every client to truly understand their business and how it is affected by the economy, regulations, respective industry matters and the environment. We work with each business owner or management team and our insurance carriers to identify and structure the appropriate coverage and risk management strategy for your specific business and risk characteristics. Once your policy is in place, we are there to provide educational and risk management information and seminars, claims advocacy, endorsements or changes to policies, as well as, other services when appropriate to help eliminate or minimize losses. We understand your focus is on growing your business and at TISC we work diligently to protect all you have worked so hard to build. When it comes to managing your risks, we are with you every step of the way.

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