1. You save big on annual eye exams.
Having a vision plan usually includes an annual eye examination. The exam may be free or cost a small fee and is focused on glasses, contact, or general eye health. Many don’t know, but you can save $100 or more on your eye exam each year with your vision insurance policy.
2. There are two main types of vision insurance.
Having a group plan gets you a group discounts, simplifies the application process, and can be attained through your job, association, and other groups. Even if your employer doesn’t offer group vision insurance, you may be able to qualify.
4. There are many ways to save through a good vision plan.
Receiving an annual eye exams isn’t the only way to save money with your vision insurance. By looking into your vision plan, you can find many different discounts. These discounts can be applied to, but are not limited to: glasses, contacts, LASIK, and optical lab work.
5. Insurers typically provide quality assurance services to members.
The good news about vision coverage is that insurers usually have a quality assurance service to facilitate resolutions of the questions, worries, or complaints.
For more information about how vision insurance works or are interested in a plan, please contact a Trout Insurance agent today!
For many, the term insurance is thrown around very often but not many people understand what exactly it is. The origins of insurance date back all the way to the Code of Hammurabi, a collection of Babylonian laws of 1700 BC, which provided the first credit insurance. But modern-day insurance dates back to 1666 with the Great fire of London which destroyed 13200 homes, which formed the birth of Nicolas Barbon’s office to insure buildings.
Insurance is providing protection against financial loss in a number of situations. These situations include loss against one's property, life or health.
Life insurance policies provide a certain amount of money when the insured person dies. Health Insurance pays all or covers most of one's medical care, whether it is hospitalization, surgery or a doctor's visit. Property Insurance is bought to protect individuals against financial loss on assets and has two major forms which are Home and Auto insurance.
For more about any type of insurance, go to https://www.troutinsurance.com/ and get in touch with a Trout Insurance Agent today.
Running a business is never as smooth sailing as everyone thinks, just ask Bob who was caught up in a series of unlucky events that forced him to close his construction company. The first incident that Bob experienced was after he had locked up the offices after a long day at work on a Wednesday, only to realize on the Thursday morning that some of his personal and business electronics had been stolen. After searching the premises for anything else that had been stolen, he found out that some tools that his workers used in construction had been stolen too. In days following that incident as Bob was trying to find enough money to replace all that was stolen, a fire at the company broke out. Nobody was injured, but the fire destroyed valuable papers and business documents as well as a lot of furniture. As Bob was trying to get his company out of this financial ruin, a middle-aged lady came in to enquire about potential construction that she needed to occur on her home. While she was leaving the premises, she tripped and landed awkwardly causing her to fracture her left arm. This incident required legal action on behalf of Bobs company and cost the company a lot of money that they did not have at the time.
Although Bobs incidents do seem like a string of bad luck, they are all very possible. If Bob had Business insurance maybe he would not have needed to close down his company since most of the costs would have been covered.
To find out more about Business Insurance call a Trout Insurance Agent today and help your business stay safe.
Angela had always dreamed of one day running a Graphic design company, and just 2 years ago at the age of 31 this dream turned into a reality. Angela had graduated from North Carolina State with an undergrad in Graphics design and after college worked in a Graphic Design company in Raleigh. All this experience set her up to open her own company, where she employed 30 graphic designers who had just graduated from college and some who were young. Angela knew that starting a business was not guaranteed success and due to this she bought business insurance.
Business insurance helps companies protect their financial assets, intellectual and physical property, from risk such as property damage, lawsuits, theft, vandalism, financial loss and employee illnesses and injuries. Business insurance gives Angela a layer of financial protection from losses that are likely to occur.
Be like Angela, if you are thinking of starting a business or already have one, call a Trout Insurance agent today and get extra protection for your business.
You’ve worked hard to create a successful business, now learn how to protect it! In this workshop, we will discuss various risks to your small business and how to safeguard your business, your customers and yourself. Topics discussed will include best business practices involving cyber security, staff, finance, insurance, and planning.
Tuesday, September 25 2018
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Trout Insurance Services
29 North Main Street
Weaverville, NC 28787
While most people think about preparation and what to do during an emergency, few people consider what needs to be done after a disaster occurs. The fact is, once an emergency has passed, the danger is not necessarily over. First, you need to survey your property for hazards and secure it right away to help prevent injuries or further property damage. This can help to expedite the rebuilding process. The following tips can help with your recovery following an emergency event.
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Jessica Cody and Jan Trout at the Western Women's Business Conference 2018 - We were proud and delighted to be a part of this great event! A big thank you to everyone who attended!
Save the date! We invite you to join us on June 21st at the 4th Annual Western Women's Business Center Conference: Planting Seeds, Inspiring Growth, in partnership with A-B Tech Small Business Center.
Registration for the event is now open! Click Here to register and for more information from the Carolina Small Business Fund on this motivating event. Small business owners, entrepreneurs, and community organizations are all invited to attend the conference. Look for our agent Jessica Cody who will be presenting!
Mark your calendar: June 21, 2018 at the A-B Tech Conference Center from 8:30am to 3:30pm
Dave Trout will be hosting a seminar "Insuring Your Home Business" at ABTech Small Business Center Feb 12th at 1pm. Come join us for a lively & informative discussion!
Asheville and Western NC is an Entrepreneur Mecca with creative and innovative folks working to build their dreams. Many of them start in their garage, basement or kitchen table. We'll review insurance options for your home-based business and what kind of protections are available. These include liability, products, and inventory at your home and professional coverages.
Fee: No Cost
Location: A-B Tech, Small Business Center, Enka Site, Room 1040
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