Insuring From Womb to Tomb

Whoever thought that when a business is born, its life expectancy is immediately in jeopardy due to the company owners failure to mitigate and limit their liabilities?

I am always delighted to see a new business born with an exuberant group of owners, new capital and an outward desire to be the best. Unfortunately, some ideas which are thought to be “the best” are the executing factors to the demise of the entity. Starting up a company with no budgeting, no understanding of liabilities, and legal consequences from certain actions and the like, is a perfect path to a short lived existence.   

We at Bone Robertson & McBride, Inc. have a wonderful elixir, that when dispensed, may help to eradicate these type of cancers, with potential remission to the company. We can help you with advice to mitigate your liabilities. This includes having you consult with your legal counsel for revision of your standard customer & vendor contracts, whereby your acceptance of liability is limited with said parties agreeing to defend, indemnify and name you as Additional Insured on their various policies, in addition to having signed your Sub-Contractor Agreement.

Because so many companies relapse over time or develop new business diseases, we at Bone Robertson & McBride, Inc., modify our elixirs to beat the death out of you and put you into a possible remission. Hopefully allowing you a profitable and joyous business, serving the needs of your customers. 

That’s how we do it at Bone Robertson & McBride Inc.

With good health to you,

Don Bone

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