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Forerunner Insurance Group Supports Truckers Through COVID-19 Challenges

Company sees its busiest month ever in January 2021.




ORLANDO, FL, February 23, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Truckers have faced enormous challenges due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic but Forerunner Insurance has been there to support the industry throughout. In January, the Orlando-based company experienced its busiest month yet for writing policies, with $1 million worth of premiums received.
Founded by Joshua Jones in 2015, Forerunner Insurance specializes in helping trucking companies, large commercial buildings, and commercial auto throughout Florida and Georgia. The company treats its customers as partners and is geared towards meeting the specific needs of truckers.
Forerunner Insurance provides:
Commercial truck insurance for semi-trucks
• Dump truck insurance
• Insurance for heavy equipment
• Insurance for fleet vehicles
• Car carrier insurance
• Insurance for large commercial buildings
Business owners' policies
All of these categories have specific – and varied - needs. Forerunner Insurance Group offers cover that is often above industry standard, to ensure that their customers have the protection they need. Semi-trucks, dump trucks, car carriers, etc., are enormous vehicles and there are many risks involved. It's essential that not only are the trucks themselves insured, but also the contents, along with generous liability cover, often exceeding legal requirements.
"We are a small shop with a big heart," says Jones. "We focus on one policy at a time; each customer gets our full attention as we strive to find them the best deal; our clients are never just a number to us."
COVID-19 has caused specific challenges for the trucking industry. Regardless of lockdowns, trucks have continued to roll across the US, carrying medical supplies and equipment, as well as essential groceries. As large sectors of the economy closed down – almost overnight - trucking companies found their business suddenly reduced by around 50%. Haulage companies have had to supply PPE; hand sanitizer, gloves, and masks for their drivers, and ensure safe physical distancing in warehouses and terminals, while drivers themselves have also had to cope with a sudden reduction in access to food en route, or even bathrooms, as a result of the pandemic. Throughout the crisis, Forerunners Insurance has ensured that insurance needs are one less thing for trucking companies to worry about.
"We are a small shop with a big heart," says Jones. "We focus on one policy at a time; each customer gets our full attention as we strive to find them the best deal; our clients are never just a number to us."
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