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Midwest Insurance Group named to 2017 Inc. 5000 List

For the 2nd time in as many years, Midwest Insurance Group was named to Inc. magazine’s list of America’s fastest growing privately held business.

Midwest Insurance Group was one of only 54 Wisconsin businesses that made this list.  In addition, Midwest Insurance Group was the only insurance industry business to make the list from Wisconsin.

To read more about the Inc. 5000 list, click here to be redirected to the August 16th Milwaukee BizTimes article.


Renters Insurance

What Protection Does it Offer?

The insurance policy your landlord has covers only structural damage to the building itself. If the structure were to catch on fire, your landlord’s coverage would likely only include repairs to the building but would not reimburse you for your possessions.

A renters insurance policy provides protection against both property loss and liability in the event that you cause injury or property damage. To learn more give us a call at 262-646-5777

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Insuring A Second Home

What Coverage Options Are There?

When purchasing a home your lender may require that you have hazard insurance to protect your property against damage from fires, tornadoes, or other severe storms. You also need to have liability insurance, which will cover you and members of your household for accidental injuries to your visitors. Property and liability coverage are the two main components of a standard homeowners policy. For added protection, a personal umbrella liability policy extends your liability coverage to properties on the umbrella policy.


Restaurant Safety Tips for Restaurant Profitability

Playing It Safe: Restaurant Safety Hazards

Restaurant floors in the kitchen and dining areas pose slip, trip and fall hazards for employees and patrons. Many workers compensation and general liability insurance claims against restaurants and taverns come from slip & falls.

While these hazards are significant, many can be prevented by adhering to these safety tips.  A safe working and customer environment leads to a more profitable business.


In the kitchen:

  • Wear non-slip footwear
  • If you spill, clean it up immediately
  • Remove clutter from the kitchen that could be obstructing walkways
  • Never run in the kitchen
  • Avoid storing cooking oil on the floor as it may spill and become slippery
  • In areas near the kitchen sink, provide non slip floor mats