Auto and Classic Car Insurance

Looking for Auto Insurance in the Concord, China Grove North Carolina area?

The Jason Bentley Agency has got you covered. We can help you with standard auto insurance, as well as car insurance for collector cars.

Whether you live in Concord, China Grove, or any other part of North Carolina, when most people think about car insurance, they think about damage to their car. The truth is, car insurance covers much more than just your car.

Given the sheer amount of cars on the road and the distractions drivers deal with every day, the chances of being involved in a car accident are plentiful.

You’re at risk every single time you get into your car.

It’s important to understand what your coverage options are — not just for your car, but for you, and people who may be injured as a result of your negligence.

Are you  also looking for specialty coverage on a classic or unique vehicle.  Click here for a Hagerty Classic Car Insurance quote.

Having adequate Car Insurance limits is serious business

If you were ever involved in an accident, and found to be at-fault for someone else’s bodily injuries, you could literally lose everything if you’re not properly insured.

What a lot of people don’t realize is, having great coverage doesn’t necessarily mean having higher insurance premiums.

Because the Jason Bentley Agency has many insurance companies , we can take your current coverages and compare them with a wide range of insurance providers to see who offers you the best deal possible.

The best part? It doesn’t cost you a penny more to use us. We are compensated by the insurance carriers directly, and work on your behalf to properly cover your needs and exposures, and make sure that there are no hidden gaps in your policy.

No two auto insurance contracts are the same, and while two policies side-by-side might look the same, the fine print behind the cover page can vary drastically from company to company.

This means you need someone who truly understands policy contracts, like us, to sort through the exclusions and conditions for you, so you can rest easy knowing that you have the best possible coverage at the best price without having to learn legal jargon.

Important Auto Insurance Coverages

When you browse through your policy, you may see certain coverage’s and wonder exactly what they are, and why they’re on your policy.

Let us clarify a few of the more important ones for you:

Collision Coverage

This is the part of your policy that covers your car in the event you damage the car itself somehow, as a result of an accident with a fixed or moving object like another car, a curb, a house, a guard rail, etc..

Comprehensive Coverage

This coverage also protects your car, but in the event that something else damages your car, that is not a fixed, or moving object. For example, theft, a rock that cracks your windshield while you’re driving on the highway, an animal you might hit, and so on.

Property Damage

Suppose you damage someones car in an accident, or a guard rail, house, or some other property that belongs to someone else. This is the part of your policy that compensates the other person for that damage

Bodily Injury Liability

This coverage protects your financial interest in the event you injure another party in an accident. This is the part of your policy that pays that other party for their medical bills and related expenses. Due to the high cost of medical care, it’s dangerous to carry liability limits that are too low. This is something we can help you decide on.

Un-insured & Under-insured Liability

This coverage pays you, in the event that you are injured by another party, and that other party was either unidentified, or they weren’t carrying a high enough limit of Bodily Injury Liability to cover your expenses. This is also a very important part of your auto policy because you have zero control over how much insurance other people are driving around with.

Common Auto Insurance Rating Variables

Age — insurance companies use your age in their overall rating algorithms. Drivers who are under 25, and over 65 typically don’t get preferred rates because statistics show that those two age demographics have the most loss frequency and are therefore more at risk for financial loss due to an auto accident

Credit — credit is a metric that has been used in insurance scoring for many years. The better your credit, the more favorable your rates will usually be

Car — the type of car, engine size, safety features, etc.. are all part of determining the rate

Driving History — your driving record and loss history plays a substantial role in the price. If you have a spotty driving history, or multiple moving violations or accidents, chances are, you won’t get a preferred rate until those things are at least 3 years old

Household — insurance companies underwrite at the household level, meaning they try to judge based on the entire household, what the probability of loss will be. If there are multiple drivers in the house who are under the age of 25, that will impact everyone’s pricing in the household

How to get started with your car insurance quotes

If you live in the Concord, China Grove North Carolina area and are looking for a car insurance comparison, Jason Bentley Agency makes the process of finding the best company and price easy.

We do all the heavy lifting for you!

Also if you have a classic car and want to get a quote for that just give us a call or click on this link for Hagerty Car Insurance.

To get started, call our office directly, or complete the fields below to send us some basic information about your needs so we can get started on your policy review and comparison!

Group Insurance Benefits

We’re the Group Benefits Insurance expert in North Carolina

Are you a business owner looking for a more cost effective, or benefit rich group insurance plan? We can help.

We have access to a wide range of group insurance companies, and can help pair you and your business with the best possible combination of price and coverage.

If you know anything about group insurance coverage, you know that over the past few years plans have been changed dramatically with more high deductible, HSA compatible plans replacing the traditional, HMO/PPO plans.

If you’re not familiar with the differences, you can easily make a mistake that cannot be undone for up to a year. This outcome is problematic for many reasons, but even more so if you have multiple employees relying on you to offer them the best possible coverage.

Here’s how our agency can help you:

  • Group Health Insurance
  • Group Dental
  • Group Disability

If you need assistance in any of these areas and would like us to help, please call our office or head over to our contact page to get started. We would be happy to help!

 

Restaurant Insurance

Looking for Restaurant Insurance in the Concord, China Grove area?

We’ve got you covered!

Owning your own business is hard enough as it is right? Between the schedule managing, staff coming down with the mysterious sickness of the quarter, and especially unhappy customers.

We sadly can’t resolve the issues listed above but we can resolve an issue you might not even have thought of yet.

Liability Coverage for your Restaurant

Picture this, you have a customer who specifically lets you know of a food allergy that must be avoided. Your kitchen staff not paying attention accidentally contaminates their meal with said food allergy.

Not only does your customer suffer from the extreme allergic reaction but you are now wide open to a potential lawsuit.

See, things like this happen every day in our world. Although they might not happen every day in yours, our job is to make sure you are protected for the “what if”

Restaurant Liability Policy Components

There are multiple “components” that make up a solid Restaurant Insurance policy. Different companies may offer these as a “bundle” while with others they are a’ la carte.

General Liability Insurance

This coverage is going to protect you from a variety of potential claims. Some of these examples can be bodily injury, property damage, personal injury and others that can potentially come up if you are found negligent.

Workers Compensation Coverage

In most states if you have employees then this isn’t even a question of do I want this? This is a must to be able to employee staff. Workers Compensation (otherwise known as workers comp) is strictly designed to ensure payment by employers for some part of cost of injuries to an employee. Some examples of this can be things like:

  • Injury at Work
  • Disease caused by work environment

In most cases an incident would need to take place while the employee is at the place of employment, however it would be best to discuss with your local insurance agent for more of a case by case basis.

Loss of Income Insurance

What happens in the event you are unable to open your restaurant due to a claim? This in most cases would cause a major hardship for you as a business owner. You wouldn’t be able to serve your customers which in turn means no income coming in.

This is where Loss of Income Insurance is imperative. This coverage would allow you to have a “back up” plan in the event you were unable to generate an income due to a covered loss.

Property Damage

This would allow you coverage for damage to your building, inventory, or equipment. Most policies would offer you a replacement cost coverage to these items so you would be able to repair or replace these items for today’s cost.

To make sure you have replacement cost coverage on property it is important to check with your insurance agent.

Crime and Vandalism Coverage

This would cover you in the event you had a claim due to a burglary, robbery, employee theft, or any vandalism to the property.

Here are a few examples of clients we work with and make sure their business are protected:

  • Local Restaurants
  • Food Trucks
  • Catering Companies
  • Food Delivery Restaurants
  • Ice Cream Trucks
  • Bars
  • Cafeterias
  • Local Diners

The list can go on and on.

So how do you know if a restaurant liability policy is a good fit for your business?

We always would recommend you calling a local insurance agent like us, and discussing your coverage options. Our agency can work with you in finding the perfect fit for your restaurant insurance needs.

 

General Liability Insurance

Looking for General Liability Insurance in the Concord, China Grove NC area?

Are you a business owner in China Grove or Concord, Kannapolis looking for General Liability Insurance? Our agency has you covered. It only takes one claim to financially cripple your business, so it’s important that you have adequate coverage from a highly rated carrier.

At it’s core, General Liability Insurance (a.k.a. CGL for Commercial General Liability) is the most basic form of commercial liability coverage. If you own a business, having General Liability coverage is not optional — it’s mandatory.

At Jason Bentley Agency, we represent a wide range of General Liability Insurance companies in North Carolina and can help pair your business type with the best possible provider and pricing.

What does General Liability Insurance Cover?

Business is inherently risky, but General Liability insurance protects against many known and unknown risks.

Simply put, CGL guards you, your business and your employees from claims involving bodily injury or property damage born out of your business operations. These policies cover the expense of out-of-court settlements, litigation and judgments awarded by courts. Often times CGL is paired with BPP (Business Personal Property) coverage in a BOP (Business Owners Policy).

Here are a few things you can expect General Liability Insurance to cover:

  • Lawsuits, investigations, and settlements
  • Injury damages
  • Advertising/Copyright claims

What’s involved with getting CGL Insurance?

With any type of insurance there are certain underwriting and eligibility questions that must be answered in order for the insurance company to determine what the final rating will be.

Our agency will guide you through the process and make it easy. Many times companies will require you to show them a certificate of insurance before you can do work for them.

This proves to them that you have active insurance coverage, which is typically a requirement if you’re running a business in most states.

If you’re confused by any of this don’t worry, we’ll make the process easy. Give us a call and we can help you get the process started when you’re ready.

 

Commercial Umbrella

Commercial Umbrella coverage is critical to your business

It’s in the news. You hear more and more about massive jury awards that result in a business’ financial ruin.

Most business owners never expect to encounter a loss that exceeds the limits of the coverage they have to manage accidents, mistakes and injuries—also known as liability insurance—but unfortunately in today’s business environment, it happens too often.

A large loss could impact the business success you’ve worked so hard to achieve and destroy your hopes for a bright future. 

Jason Bentley Agency can help you protect the assets you have today by providing added coverage where you need it most. We can help you build a tailored insurance solution that meets the specific needs of your business.

All businesses are vulnerable

No matter the size of your company or how well it’s run, your business faces the potential of a devastating claim arising from an unforeseen event. For example, let’s say you own a retail store or apartment building, and a customer trips on the carpet and hits his head, sustaining serious brain injury.

You could be potentially liable for millions of dollars in medical and other payments.

Would that entire sum be covered by your existing business liability insurance? Could your business savings and/or revenue make up for the difference in what’s not covered?

If your answer is no, that’s where Commercial Umbrella Coverage comes in. Umbrella Coverage goes above and beyond basic business liability insurance limits, offering up to $10 million of additional funds to manage situations just like this.

If you are a small business owner, you might think they can’t take what you don’t have. Think again—a court can seize the business assets you currently have and even allocate future earnings to satisfy a judgment against you.

It’s never too soon to invest in umbrella coverage.

Get the ultimate in asset protection

It’s your decision how to best spend each one of your hard-earned dollars. But if an unexpected major loss occurs that key decision may no longer be yours.

You’ll find that Commercial Umbrella Coverage offers you a way to help ensure your business assets remain yours for less than you might expect.

Do you know if your current coverage offers you the protection that you want for your business against major catastrophic events?

Builders Risk Insurance

Looking for Builders Risk Insurance in the China Grove, Concord NC area?

Builder’s Risk Insurance, which some refer to as Course of Construction Insurance, is a form of commercial property insurance which covers a building where the building or insured area is presently being constructed or heavily remodeled.

It can cover just the structure, or also the materials on site waiting to be installed or transported to the job site.

The builder’s risk insurance policy will pay for damages up to the coverage limit in the policy. The limit must accurately reflect the total completed value of the structure (all materials and labor costs, but not including land value).

The construction budget is the best source for determining the appropriate limit of insurance.

Builder’s Risk insurance policies can often be purchased in terms of three-months, six-months, or 12-months. If the project is not completed by the end of the initial policy term, it can often be extended, but usually only one time.

How much does a Builder’s Risk Insurance cost?

The builders risk policy will provide coverage for damage done to the insured structure from a wide variety of events.

Damage from the following events will be covered by most policies:

  • Fire
  • Wind (may be limited in coastal areas)
  • Theft
  • Lightning
  • Hail
  • Explosion
  • Vandalism
  • Vehicles/Aircraft

You should read your course of builder’s risk insurance policy to be familiar with its limitations and exclusions. Limited coverage is provided for collapse.

Standard exclusions include:

  • Earthquake
  • Employee theft
  • Water damage
  • Weather damage to property in the open
  • War
  • Government action
  • Contract penalty
  • Voluntary parting
  • Mechanical breakdown

An important exclusion which should be read in its entirety excludes coverage for damage resulting from faulty: design, planning, workmanship and materials. Earthquake and flood coverage may be purchased in some areas.

Cyber Liability

What is cyber insurance?

Cyber insurance covers your business’ liability for a data breach that includes sensitive customer information. This could include things like Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, account numbers, driver’s license numbers and even medical records.

Why doesn’t my general liability insurance cover cyber liability?

GLI covers bodily injuries and damage to property which is a result of your products, services or operations. Be sure to check your policy because cyyber insurance is usually not included in your general liability policy.

What does cyber insurance cover?

  • Legal fees and expenses as well as:
  • Restoring personal identities of affected customers
  • Notifying customers about a data breach
  • Repairing damaged computer systems
  • Recovering compromised data
  • What to look for as a cyber insurance buyer

Many well-known insurance companies offer cyber insurance policies. We work with the top carriers in the country to be sure your needs are met.

Like any business insurance, cyber insurance coverage varies by insurer and policy.

When shopping around and comparing policies among insurers, here are some things to look for and ask about:

  • What are the deductibles? Be sure to compare deductibles closely among insurers, just like you do with health, vehicle and facility policies.
  • Does the insurance company offer one or more types of cyber insurance policies or is the coverage simply an extension to an existing policy? In most cases, a stand-alone policy is best and more comprehensive. Also find out if the policy is customizable to an organization.
  • How does coverage and limits apply to both first and third parties? For example, does the policy cover third-party service providers? On that note, find out if your service providers have cyber insurance and how it affects your agreement.
  • Does the policy cover any attack to which an organization falls victim or only targeted attacks against that organization in particular?
  • Does the policy cover non-malicious actions taken by an employee? This is part of the E&O coverage that applies to cyber insurance as well.
  • Does the policy cover social engineering as well as network attacks? Social engineering plays a role in all kinds of attacks, including phishing, spear phishing and advanced persistent threats (APTs).
  • Because APTs take place over time, which can be months to years, does the policy include time frames within which coverage applies?

Commercial Auto

We’re the Commercial Auto Insurance specialists in the Concord, China Grove NC area

As a business owner, you may have one or more vehicles, such as delivery vehicles, taxis, limos or buses. The right commercial auto insurance covers you for accidents, injuries and other incidents that can put those investments at risk.

What commercial auto coverage do you need, and how much?

What are the risks to you, your drivers, and your business that commercial auto insurance can cover?

Driver Distraction and Commercial Automobile Operation
The Department of Transportation investigated the impact of distraction in commercial motor vehicle (CMV) crashes and safety-critical events in 2009. They found the following:

  • Drivers were involved in non-driving tasks in 71% of CMV crashes
  • Distracted driving caused 46% of near-crashes and 50% of safety-critical events

Types of Vehicles Commercial Auto Insurance Covers

Commercial automobile insurance is a broad term that refers to most commercial business automobiles, including but not limited to:

  • Company cars
  • Cargo Vans
  • Limos
  • Taxis
  • Buses
  • SUVs
  • Pickup trucks

Commercial auto policies cover personal cars that are used for business, as well as SUVs, light duty trucks, buses, limousines, taxicabs, vans and other delivery vehicles used solely for business purposes.

Use of these automobiles is associated with a range of risk factors, including how you use them, how often, and how many miles they travel each year, among other factors. Insurance companies review these risk factors along with any efforts your company may make to improve driver safety, when they assess the amount of coverage your business needs.

If you are looking for coverage information on large trucks and heavy equipment used for business purposes, refer to the commercial truck insurance section.

What Does Commercial Auto Insurance Cover?

Commercial auto insurance is similar to personal auto insurance in basic coverage, such as liability, comprehensive, collision and other types of coverage that are specific to business vehicle use. A commercial auto policy is designed to protect your business from significant losses that could affect your company’s financial well being.

Commercial auto insurance policies combine several different types of coverage – some are required and some are optional. A typical policy includes some combination of the following:

Bodily injury liability: This portion of the commercial auto policy covers harm to others in an accident caused by you or your employee. Bodily injury coverage will provide compensation for medical costs, funeral costs if necessary, and the costs associated with a lawsuit. The amount of compensation your company receives depends upon the limit set on your bodily injury liability coverage, as well as your deductible.

Property damage liability: This coverage will pay the costs to repair property damage caused by you or your employee. The amount of coverage you receive is based on the limits you set and your deductibles. It is a good idea to work closely with an agent to assess your risks as well as the potential costs of injury, property damage and legal fees. For the best protection, consider buying a commercial umbrella liability policy.

Collision: As with your personal auto policy, a good commercial auto policy should include adequate collision coverage to pay for the damage to your vehicles in the event you or your employees cause an accident.

Comprehensive: Known also as “other than collision,” your comprehensive coverage is an important protection for damage to your vehicle or loss due to causes other than collision. These causes can include weather, theft and vandalism.

Uninsured and underinsured motorists: If one of your drivers is in an accident caused by another motorist who does not have adequate insurance, this coverage will help to pay for damages and injuries to your vehicle and your driver, up to the limits set on your policy.

Medical payments: This coverage pays for medical and/or funeral expenses for you, your drivers and passengers after an accident.

Additional optional coverage: A wide range of additional coverage types may be available, depending on the insurance company you work with and the state your business is in. For example, you may be able to buy coverage for your employees when they drive a car or truck your company does not own.

You might also buy coverage for a rental replacement auto if your company car is in the shop. You could opt to get towing and roadside assistance. Some insurance companies even provide very specific coverage for companies who load and unload cargo, due to the increased liability risk involved.

The right commercial insurance can protect you, your business, and all of the drivers in your commercial cars, vans, pickup trucks or limos in an accident. One of the most critical ways to protect your company is by having adequate liability coverage in case you or one of your employees causes an accident that injures another person or damages their property.

Does Commercial Auto Insurance Cover Personal Use?

Small business owners and entrepreneurs often use their own cars while on the job without a second thought. However, it is important to know that your personal insurance may not cover commercial use of your auto.

It’s very common for a small business owner to send an employee out on an errand, whether to get supplies from the local store or to give a business consultant a ride from the airport.

If the staff member gets behind the wheel of his own car, and the business owner does not have a commercial auto insurance policy in place that covers that worker and his car, any injuries or damage that result from an accident may not be covered.

Regardless of how much or how little you and your employees use personal vehicles in the course of doing business, getting adequate coverage in place can prevent a financially damaging event from putting your business at risk.

An agent like Jason Bentley Agency, can provide all of your commercial coverage through one office. We can sit down with you, get to know your business, and learn how you and your employees use your business automobiles.

We’ll ask a variety of questions designed to not only get you an accurate quote, but also find discounts that may be available to you.

You may be asked questions such as:

  • How many commercial automobiles do you have?
  • How are those vehicles used? For example, do they transport people, goods, hazardous materials, or food?
  • How many miles does each vehicle typically travel in a year?
  • How many drivers do you have?
  • What are their ages and level of experience?
  • Have your drivers taken a safe driving course?

If you’re in the market for commercial auto insurance in China Grove, or if you have coverage already but aren’t sure it’s comprehensive or competitively priced, we’ll give you an open and honest assessment of your coverage to determine whether or not you can do better.

Contractors Insurance

Looking for Contractors Insurance in the Concord, China Grove, NC area?

Jason Bentley Agency is your local Contractors Insurance expert! We insure many different types of contractors from Landscapers, Electricians, Carpenters, and many more!

Who Needs Contractors Insurance?

There are many types of contractors who all need contractors liability insurance and other coverage to match their specific risks. Some of the professionals that need contractors insurance include:

  • construction contractors
  • Plumbers, carpenters, electricians and painters
  • Repair people
  • House and carpet cleaners
  • Freelance writers, editors and graphic designers
  • hair stylists, and salon professionals
  • Horse or dog trainers

Don’t underestimate your risk

Getting the right contractors liability insurance in place can  protect you from lawsuits, mishaps and third party property damage that can devastate your business.

Normally, you will need a few different categories of coverage for complete liability protection:

  • General liability: The foundation of all contractor insurance coverage is a general liability policy. This coverage will provide two types of protection:
    • Bodily injury: Provides coverage if you or someone you employ causes injury or death to a third party during the course of work. It provides for medical care for the injured person and covers your legal defense if you are sued for damages.
    • Property damage: Provides coverage if you or one of your employees causes damage to property belonging to others. This includes the building or property you are working on or any third-party property.
  • Completed operations/product: Provides coverage in case a project you finished has an issue or causes damage. It can also extend to any products you sell or distribute.
  • Advertising personal injury: Covers the risk of damaging another’s reputation or causing a loss through slander, libel or false advertising claims.
  • Contract liability: This covers you in a contract dispute. It is not always included in general liability coverage so verify that you carry this coverage with your insurer.

The specific contractors liability insurance coverage you need will be unique to your business. By working with a knowledgeable agent, you can ensure that you don’t have critical gaps in coverage that could leave you exposed to expensive legal claims.

Do you need a Business Owners policy?

The contractors general liability coverages can often be bundled with a few other coverages to create a business owners policy, or BOP.

This serves two purposes. It expands the policy to cover risks that small business owners face, and also typically results in a discount on the cost of your insurance.

Normally, this coverage will make sense for you if you have employees. A small business is basically defined as a business that has up to 100 employees and generates about $5 million or less in annual revenues.

Some of the additional coverages that can typically be bundled with a BOP include:

  • Property damage: This insurance covers your owned or rented property if it is damaged. This includes office buildings, storage facilities, warehouses, workshops, or garages. It does not cover commercial vehicles.
  • Business income: This protects you from loss of income if your business is interrupted due to a covered loss. It usually covers income and operating expenses for up to 12 months.
  • Commercial auto: Insures your cars, trucks, vans, specialized trucks or any vehicles used for business purposes.

Do You Need Workers Compensation Insurance?

As an contractor, you may or may not need to have workers compensation insurance. Workers Compensation regulations are mandated state by state. If you are in business for yourself, and you do not have employees, you are most likely not required to buy workers comp. However, in some states you need to purchase workers comp even if you don’t employ others.

If you are a contractor who employs other workers, your state will most likely require you to carry this insurance. This policy protects workers from job-related illness, injury or death. It will also reimburse workers for lost wages if they cannot go back to work. The benefit to you, as the employer, is that this coverage can help to prevent losses from employee lawsuits.

Should You Consider Professional Liability Coverage?

When you are looking for the right contractors insurance for your business, you will have many choices, including whether to buy professional liability insurance, also known as “errors and omission” insurance or “E & O.”

E & O is a liability policy that protects you if you make a mistake that causes a financial loss to a client. Similar to general liability, it will provide legal defense and claims settlements, if necessary.

You may want or need this coverage under the following circumstances:

  • You provide professional advice in your line of work. This can include everything from recommending a particular type of plumbing or wiring to providing interior design services.
  • You hire employees or subcontractors who provide any sort of advice or consulting services.
  • Your state requires you to have E & O insurance due to the work you perform.

If you utilize subcontractors, it is a good idea to make certain they are insured with professional liability as well, as they may not be covered by your policy.

Workers Compensation

Looking for Workers Compensation insurance in North Carolina?

When your employees are taken care of, your business is taken care of.

A key part of running your business is keeping employees safe at work. However, if one of your employees does suffer an injury, Workers Compensation coverage provides you and your employees with important protection.

You pride yourself on operating a safe, secure work environment where your employees can perform to the best of their ability while helping your business grow. Even in the most ideal circumstances, the reality is that accidents and illness still happen.

A slip and fall at a restaurant resulting in broken bones, an equipment malfunction at a construction site causing eye injury—it could be any number of things.

Am I required to have Workers Compensation Insurance?

Workers Compensation coverage is a state-mandated insurance program that covers lost wages and medical treatment resulting from an employee’s work-related injury or illness. It also covers services needed to help an employee recover and return to work.

In most states, work comp insurance is required.

How Much Is Workers Compensation Insurance in North Carolina?

Because coverage requirements vary by state, the cost of Workers Compensation depends on where your business operates. Other factors that affect your rates include…

  • The number of employees you have.
  • The type of work your employees do.
  • Your claims history.
  • Your industry.

Like all insurance, Work Comp is priced based on risk.

Riskier industries and jobs are more expensive to insure than less risky ones. To make sure prices are as fair as possible, they’re determined by classification codes.

Each type of work or industry has a unique code that classifies the industry and risk, and helps the insurance carrier determine a suitable rate.

One way to save money on your Workers Comp policy is to make sure you’ve classified every employee correctly. The secretary for a construction firm, for example, will have lower rates than the bricklayers.

At Jason Bentley Agency, we understand the importance of keeping your employees safe and sound. After all, they are the foundation of your business.