A sustainable history propels us forward to a green future
Here at SECURA, sustainability is woven deep into our company culture. For us, there is no "going green," it's all about how we can find ways to live a deeper shade of green. Since our founding in 1900, we have always had an environmental focus further intensified by former President & CEO Gordon Bubolz, who was a passionate environmentalist himself.Read More →
SECURA celebrates 120 years
This year our company celebrates 120 years of serving policyholders. What started in Julius Bubolz’s farmhouse has grown to become a property and casualty insurance company with coverages for businesses, homes, autos, farms, agribusinesses, nonprofits, and special events in 12 states.Read More →
Guest blog: #MyGivingStory - Courtney, Specialty Lines Underwriter
With busy lives, and even busier schedules, it can sometimes be hard to find time to give back to your community. However, the benefits of volunteering can be hugely rewarding. Besides being able to help others in need, volunteering can help improve skills in areas such as finance, event planning, fundraising, etc. It can also help build your network and build new friendships.Read More →
SECURA recognized as a Great Place to Work for fourth consecutive year
It’s difficult to pinpoint what makes a great workplace. Things like modern facilities and flexible schedules are important, but a truly genuine office culture can only be measured by the voices of people who work there.
For the fourth consecutive year, SECURA is Great Place to Work certified.Read More →
MILE-STONE® celebrates a milestone 21st anniversary
The world was a very different place in 1998. Titanic swept the nation, Google was founded, the first MP3 players burst onto the scene, and Who Wants to be a Millionaire had us all asking, "is that your final answer?"
While 1998 was a monumental year in terms of pop culture, it was even more monumental for SECURA as our home and auto package, MILE-STONE® was born.Read More →
You never know when you might get in an auto accident — or who the other driver will be. According to the Insurance Research Council, one in seven drivers doesn’t carry auto insurance. If your car is hit by one of those drivers, it could mean substantial costs to you.
That’s where uninsured motorists and underinsured motorists coverage come in. They often are built right into your auto policy, although the coverage requirements vary by state.
As safer at home guidelines begin to lift in some U.S. states, it's a welcomed sigh of relief for many. While you may be excited to return to business as usual, it's important to remember that it won't be "business as usual" right away.
Umbrella coverage is aptly named — it gives you added coverage on top of your personal insurance (like homeowners, auto, watercraft, or motorcycle). But how does it relate to you and your current insurance policy? Here's a basic overview to help you understand the coverage.
This year our company celebrates 120 years of serving policyholders. What started in Julius Bubolz’s farmhouse has grown to become a property and casualty insurance company with coverages for businesses, homes, autos, farms, agribusinesses, nonprofits, and special events in 12 states.
The time to prepare for sickness is before germs hit your team. Illnesses can happen anytime, but flu season generally peaks between December and February, although it can stretch from October through May. Consider how you canprevent an outbreak and how you can respond quickly to limit the impact and costs to your business.