Financial Coverage

financial-insuranceBeyond your personal property and business needs, you should also consider financial insurance to protect you, your business and the ones you love:

Universal Life

If something were to happen to you, you’d want your loved ones to be cared for. A life insurance policy provides financial protection for dependents such as your spouse and children, and can also be designed to ensure an orderly transition of your business interests as well.

Health/Medical Insurance

The cost of medical care has skyrocketed and it’s important to protect yourself from having to decide whether to eat or get medical treatment. Whether you’re buying health insurance coverage as an individual or as a business owner, it’s important to balance the cost of premiums with the high cost of healthcare. W.A. George of Chicago, Illinois can help you assess your medical insurance needs and arrive at an insurance solution that provides you, your family and, if you are a business owner, your employees, with high value coverage at the lowest possible cost.

Hint: If you’re trying to win government contracts, some states require businesses to provide health insurance coverage to employees in order to be considered. Find out before you apply for government contracts!

Disability Coverage

Don’t automatically dismiss disability insurance – nobody expects to be disabled. If you were to become unable to work because of illness or disability, this kind of insurance coverage provides you with an income while incapacitated

Risk Assessment

Not sure how much coverage you need to meet the minimum requirements and protect yourself, your business, your employees and your loved ones from risk?

CNA Surety Bonds

W.A. George writes Surety Bonds. 

Surety bonds work as a form of insurance to the obligee, as they are the beneficiary that can file a claim if the bond's obligation isn't met. It's a form of credit, the claim must be repaid by the principal to the surety. 

If you don't honor the terms of the bond, claims can be made. You are expected to pay the claim in full, plus any legal fees. The surety backs up the bond but the surety will require a general agreement of indemnity to be signed by your company and any owners.

Indemnity agreements pledge your corporate and personal assets to reimburse the surety for any claim(s) and legal costs associated with them. Read our guide to learn more about how indemnity agreements work.

The surety vouches for your ability to pay if any claims are raised. If they are wrong and cannot collect payment from you directly or through the courts, they are ultimately responsible. That is why they need to underwrite the likelihood of you causing a claim and your ability to re-pay them.



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  • Check Seller
  • Debt Collector/Collection Agency
  • Finance Lender
  • Insurance or Real Estate Broker
  • Lost Instrument
  • Money Transmitter
  • Mortgage Broker
  • Notary and Notary Errors and Omissions
  • Replevin/Attachment
  • Signing Agent Errors and Omissions
  • Small Loan License

Health Care 

Medical Facility Insurance

  • Medicare DMEPOS
  • Employee Dishonesty
  • Nursing Home Patient Trust
  • Pharmaceutical Wholesalers
  • Retirement Benefits (ERISA)
  • Skilled Nursing Facility

Non-Profit Organizations

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  • Employee Dishonesty
  • License  & Permit
  • Professional Solicitor/Fundraiser

Public Officials

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  • School Officials
  • Sheriffs
  • Tax Collector or Treasurer
  • Town Managers



  • Employee Dishonesty
  • Liquor
  • Lottery Retailer
  • Sales Tax Bond
  • Utility Deposit

Service Companies


  • Employee Dishonesty/Janitorial Service
  • License & Permit (Security Guards,Travel Agents, Garbage Haulers, Health Clubs, etc.)
  • Performance & Payment
  • Solicitor



  • Certificate of Title
  • Fuel Tax-Highway Use
  • Oversize/Overweight-Right of Way
  • Toll Charge

Financial Insurance