Do you own or manage a professional services business like a medical or law practice, or insurance agency? If so, West Bend could have the right insurance program for you!
Our business insurance solutions include property insurance, professional liability insurance, business auto insurance, workers’ compensation insurance, crime coverage, business umbrella, surety bonds, errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, and employment practices liability insurance (EPLI).
Every business we insure is carefully evaluated to find the commercial insurance coverage that best fits their unique needs.
Our comprehensive business insurance is designed to help protect your property and your employees. Our financial strength and our outstanding reputation for fair and prompt claim service offers you peace of mind should the need arise.
Contact one of our friendly insurance agents to learn more or to get a business insurance quote.
Once again, West Bend associates have stepped up to support the communities where they work and live. Taking the “Driven to Give” campaign theme to heart, West Bend associates generously raised more than $224,000 for United Way of Washington County and neighboring communities. This total impressively surpassed our $205,000 goal and set a new company record for donations.
Associates contributed through a variety of ways, including pledges, silent auction, truffle sales, and a “bags” tournament.
United Way of Washington County invests in nonprofit programs that empower people to improve their lives through education, financial stability, and health. West Bend is proud of our associates’ contributions to United Way of Washington County as they deliver on their mission “to improve lives and community conditions in measurable and lasting ways.”
As we approach the holiday season, life inevitably becomes busier. Schedules are packed with holiday preparations, parties, shopping, and volunteer activities. For many Americans this is accompanied by the additional responsibility and stress of caring for an elderly, disabled, or chronically ill family member or loved one.
Observed each November since President Clinton signed the first National Family Caregivers Month Presidential Proclamation in 1997, National Family Caregivers Month focuses on:
This year’s theme, “Supercharge Your Caregiving,” highlights the superhero nature of family caregivers, while reminding them they can’t do it alone. If you’re a caregiver to a family member, make sure to arm yourself with the resources you need to help your loved one and yourself.
The Care Action Network provides many tools for caregivers, including an extensive Family Caregiver Toolbox, with informative and helpful videos, checklists, these 10 Tips for Family Caregivers, and more. They also provide links to more than 150 agencies and organizations dedicated to specific disease and health related topics, as well as many topics relevant to caregivers.