Insurance costs are up for limousine operators in New Jersey and other states. The Limousine Associations of New Jersey gave its seal of approval to Livery-sure, an insurance product created by LANJ members Tony Mahon of AJM Insurance Management, Inc. and Brad Post of PA Post. Mahon was originally asked by the association to find an insurance program that could meet the needs of all members. “One of the problems at that point is that we were dealing with a hard market in the insurance industry,” Mahon says. “What was out there was expensive and we wanted to find an insurance program that could somewhat stabilize costs.” The program covers everything: auto liability, physical damage, general liability, property, workers compensation, EPLI, bonding, umbrella, and health and life.
Click here to visit the Livery-sure website. LANJ wants to get the word out to all other state associations and encourages them to set up something similar to help their members get more control over insurance.
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