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Providing business owners and families with the innovative advice, guidance and solutions since 1959. McVey Insurance – located in California’s Central Valley, is one of the leaders in Personal, Commercial and Life Insurance products. Your business and your personal assets are priceless. That knowledge is at the forefront of our hearts and minds while we assist every client to make the most important protection decisions of their lives. The lowest price isn’t always the right price, but we make sure you find the most competitive solution the insurance marketplace has to offer – always. You’ll be able to move forward with trust and confidence that the insurance solution we recommend for your family or business, will be the one that’s right for your needs. Are You A Business Owner looking for Competitive Insurance? Whether you’re looking for workers compensation insurance, commercial auto coverage, general liability or professional liability for your business, McVey Insurance is committed to finding you affordable and comprehensive insurance coverage, never compromising on protection or quality. You’re never just a number to us – and when you need your insurance coverage to respond, it’s like having family in the business. Looking For Personal Insurance? We have strong relationships with the most competitive carriers you’ll find anywhere. These strong relationships help us get you the valuable protection you need, and the fast – responsive claims handling service you expect when you need us most. Whether it be life insurance, a personal automobile policy, or health insurance in Central California, our experienced agents will take care of you – like we have for thousands of others since 1959. McVey Insurance – We’re Always At Our Best.
CLEAR EXPECTATIONS HELP AVOID COMPLICATIONS
McVey Insurance Agency, CA, Construction InsuranceA review of many lawsuits and claims against firms in the construction industry reveals that one of the key causes of disputes, and thus litigation, can be summarized as "unmet expectations." Whether it's a clear case of the contractor failing to deliver what was promised (such as work that doesn't meet project specs), or an evolving standard on the part of clients (workmanship issues), an unhappy client/contractor relationship creates a fertile breeding ground for allegations of liability. Although we review your Liability coverage program and needs regularly, good risk management also requires other measures to help minimize or prevent such actions. For example, when negotiating agreements, it's crucial to define project parameters clearly. Never begin work until the agreements are completed fully. According to one industry study, companies experienced far more claims when they provided services before a completed agreement. It also helps to be selective in choosing clients. A potential client's history of past litigation, complaints against you or other contractors, and their reputation for fairness and financial stability all indicate what you can expect in future dealings. If there are one or more red flags, proceed with caution. Beyond the specifics of any agreement, it's also critical to manage the client's expectations. Although it might be tempting to brag about how great the final product will be and list numerous examples of superior work during the negotiation (and pricing) process, the fact is that the higher the client's expectations, the greater their dissatisfaction when you don't meet those expectations. Be clear about what you can accomplish within a given budget and the effects of making changes once the job is underway. The more the client is prepared to accept what happens during a project, the less likely that they'll immediately go to the mattresses once a problem arises. It's always better to negotiate expectations with your clients now, than to have their attorneys negotiating settlements later. Content provided by Transformer Marketing.
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