We understand how important it is to keep your company running efficiently and productively. Our experienced team of agents with years of industry knowledge and expertise work closely with the insurance companies to provide you with a comprehensive range of business insurance products and services designed to protect your company and its employees.
No matter what type of Bond you are looking for, you can trust your business with Dyer Insurance Agency and its team of experienced Agents. Contract Bonds – guarantee the performance of obligations covered by a written agreement between your business and project owners. The most common types include bid, performance and labor and payment bonds. You can also protect your business with a Crime Bond for employee dishonesty. The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) – act in 1974 created a requirement for a bond to be posted, in the amount of ten percent of the funds, on the fiduciary of pension funds and profit-sharing plans.
Estate (Fiduciary) Bonds – In West Virginia, judicial and probate bonds, also referred to as fiduciary bonds, secure the performance on fiduciaries’ duties and compliance with court order.If you are required to serve as administrators, executors, guardians, trustees of a will, in most cases, you are required to carry a bond.. Judicial proceedings court bonds include injunction, appeal, indemnity to sheriff, mechanic’s lien, attachment, replevin, and admiralty.
Motor Dealer Bonds – in the amount of $25,000 are required in West Virginia for any business with a new or used vehicle lot or a Wrecker/Dismantler/Rebuilder. We have various markets available to help you secure this required bond. ABC (Beer/Liquor) Bonds – West Virginia requires a Beer/Liquor Bond if you serve alcohol in your restaurant/tavern, etc. We have many companies available offering Non-intoxicating Beer Bonds and Alcohol Beverage Control Bonds.
Public Official Bonds – cover a schedule of individual names or positions of public officials being bonded. Each name/position will list a specific dollar amount for which that individual is being bonded. These may be used to bond a panel of city council members or similar body of officials.