All About Ransomware

Jim Tice – August 24, 2020

If you ever access the internet in the course of your business, you are vulnerable to ransomware. For the few of you who may not be aware of what ransomware is, here is an example. One day, while working on your computer, a message pops up telling you that all the files on your computer […] Read More

New Bill on Phone Use in the Car

Adam Murray – August 17, 2020

In a 43-4 decision, the United States Senate voted to pass House Bill 1070. Effective 7/1/20, the legislation replaces the existing ban on texting and driving, which to this point has been deemed unenforceable.” Are you now allowed to text and drive? Quite the contrary. In the past, the ban on texting and driving was […] Read More

What to Consider Before Buying a Pool

Jessica Dillon – August 10, 2020

With many public pools remaining closed this summer due to COVID-19, more homeowners are considering building or purchasing a pool. If this is you, check with Capitol to ensure your coverage B, other structures coverage, is enough to repair or replace your pool if it is damaged by a covered loss. (e.g. falling tree that […] Read More

Does My College Student Need Renters Insurance?

Daniel Crichlow – August 4, 2020

Seeing your child go off to college can be a hard experience, especially if this is your oldest child. Seeing them drive off or walk up to their freshman dorm brings back a flood of memories. This should be a time to enjoy good memories and look forward to future memories, not to be worried […] Read More