|Business Service Bond:||Provides coverage to a company for losses caused from the theft of a customer's property by one of the company's employees. This is also commonly referred to as a Janitorial bond.|
|Concealed Carry Criminal Defense Reimbursement Bond:||As a permit holder of legally possessed weapon, the bond provides for reasonable legal fees, expenses, and costs defense up to maximum limit $50,000 or $100,000, whichever is chosen.|
|E.R.I.S.A. Bond:||Employee Retirement Income Security Act, passed in 1974 requiring among other things that every fiduciary of an employee benefit plan who handles funds or other property of the plan to be bonded by a surety on the US Treasury List of Acceptable Sureties on Federal Bonds. - Circular 57|
|Notary Bond:||Guarantees to the state and the public, compliance with law and possible damages for improper acts.|
|Sheriff's Indemnity Bond:||A sheriff or marshal, in the execution of the process of the courts, may incur liability for damage to a third party through an act or acts which turn out to be wrongful. Either official when requested to take some particular action may require a bond of the party making the request. The bond covers the liability of the sheriff or marshal in that connection.|
Wendy Elmlund has provided us with outstanding service over the last 3 years. She is an agent I can trust to be honest with us not only in price but also in products. We don't feel like we are being "sold", but rather guided as a partner with her and her agency, Gnade Insurance Group. Our phone calls/emails are returned promptly, and with personal service. Wendy's knowledge of the insurance industry as well as her professionalism are just a few of the qualities that are greatly appreciated. It continues to be a please to work with her and her staff.
Area Material, Inc.
- Karen Fritz, June 7th 2013