Tag: Liability

Keeping up with Real Estate Risks

Here are a few risks that you have to take into account when talking about real estate:   Contractual Liability Properly written contracts provide crucial protection, particularly when it comes to liability stemming from an accident or security lapse on a site. For instance, New York City’s “Sidewalk Law”  olds property owners responsible for maintaining the sidewalk in front of their buildings in good repair. The... Read Article

Why You Need Umbrella Insurance

Umbrella Insurance Life is good. You are a successful doctor in your mid-thirties. You earn a high-six-figure income, have no student debt, only have a few years left on your mortgage, and enjoy a high balance in your retirement account. Your kids are great and you love your wife. What could go wrong? Murphy’s Law Mr. Murphy must have been the most unfortunate persons on... Read Article

Dimmitt Insurance at Festivals of Speed St Petersburg

Dimmitt Insurance was proud to participate in this year's Festivals of Speed St Pete. The Festivals of Speed Car Show was held in Vinoy Park in Downtown St Pete on Sunday. Hundreds of cars were on display from dealerships and owners. Dimmitt Insurance raffled off an iWatch and met hundreds of guests. Dimmitt Insurance also had a special VIP tent with food and drinks for Dimmitt Insurance clients... Read Article

Dimmitt Insurance Sponsors Charity Works Golf Tournament

On the weekend of November 12th, The Morton Plant Hospital celebrated 100 years of service to the community. Guests participated in a Friday night kickoff party, Saturday Gala and Sunday brunch. All proceeds from the weekend benefited the Morton Plant Hospital. Dimmitt Insurance is proud to support the Morton Plant Hospital. The Morton Plant Hospital was first opened in 1916 with 20 hospital beds. Today they have... Read Article

Hurricane & Tropical Storm Preparation Tips

Tropical cyclones can develop in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. They are born in moist tropical air. About every four to five days, a tropical wave of low pressure moves along with westerly winds. Some of these waves develop into tropical depressions, tropical storms, and hurricanes. In developing tropical cyclones, strong thunderstorms occur. Air pressure drops at the... Read Article