Overmyer Hall Associates would like to extend a big thank you to all the attendees of this year’s Commercial Developers Power Breakfast! We hope the event was as enjoyable and productive for all of you as it was for us, and we hope you get a chance to check out Dan Overmyer’s editorial piece in this Friday’s Columbus Business First Magazine. Here’s a preview of the information you can look forward to:
As a landlord, you take precautions every day to protect and maintain your properties. But, once you’ve taken care of the obvious, your priority should be making sure your tenants have renters’ insurance. Here’s why.
–It lowers your exposure to lawsuits.
–It helps you transfer liability when the tenant is at fault.
–It makes cleanup easier and more likely.
When an accident occurs, the focus should be indemnifying all parties through the risk transfer of insurance. Landlords spend considerable time and expense making their properties comfortable and safe for their tenants. By requiring tenants to purchase renters’ insurance coverage, both tenant and landlords can reduce financial risk, avoid frustrating legal headaches, and benefit from the peace of mind that insurance provides.
We encourage you to read full article in Business First, and thank all of you again for making this year’s Commercial Developers Power Breakfast such a success.
About Overmyer Hall Associates
Overmyer Hall Associates is one of the fastest growing agencies in the country, quickly becoming one of the largest property and casualty insurance agencies in Central Ohio. Overmyer Hall Associates provides clients with insurance and risk management, specializing in Business Insurance, Surety Bonding, and Home & Auto Insurance. Since its founding in 2011, the firm has been awarded Columbus Business First’s "Fast 50" and "Best Places to Work" awards, the IIABA’s “Best Practices Agency” recognition, Columbus CEO Magazine’s “Best Insurance Broker” and the Columbus Young Professionals Club’s “Wonderful Workplace for Young Professionals” award. www.oh-ins.com