Millers Insurance Group
Different businesses have different insurance needs. Millers Insurance Group offers a complete suite of business insurance products that address the unique risk profiles, and legal and regulatory challenges of cannabis and hemp businesses. We offer the following liability insurance policies which are tailored to your specific industry needs: general, product, business owners, cyber, business interruption, property, errors and omissions, crop, equipment breakdown, product recall, completed operations, inland marine, and workers compensation.
Insurance Services Provided
General Liability is a broad type of insurance policy that provides liability coverage for general business risks including personal injury, bodily injury, property damage caused by the business or its products.
Coverage for products that your company either manufactures or sells in the event of a product defect that causes injury or property damage where your business could be held liable.
Business Owners Policy
A business owners policy combines property and liability coverage into one package. It's popular among medium sized businesses such as retail stores, wholesalers and contractors.
Cyber liability insurance covers financial losses resulting from data breaches or cyber events. Most cyber policies include both first-party and third-party coverages.
Coverage for the risk of disasters or other covered perils to your business property and equipment such as inventory, fixtures and furniture, point of sale equipment or other items used.
Typically subsidized by the federal government, but not in the case of cannabis/hemp, specialty policies cover loss from natural disasters or loss of revenue from a decline in crop prices.
Jacob Miller, Managing Partner
Jacob Miller graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in the Communication of Science and Technology with a focus in scientific computing and corporate strategy. After graduating, Jacob worked as a management consultant for KPMG in their financial services practice where he advised top global banks and government-sponsored entities on payment networks architecture, business process automation, and enterprise software platform assessments and implementations. Prior to departing the firm, Jacob helped establish KPMG's Cannabis Industry Group, which focused on advising state and local governments. In addition to being a founding partner of Paybotic, Jacob also serves as the Managing Partner of Millers Insurance Group, a full-service cannabis and hemp-focused insurance agency.
Max Miller, Founding Partner
Max graduated from Babson College with a degree in Entrepreneurship. He is a young entrepreneur whose global vision and passion for future-proof payment solutions has inspired him to build a company that provides the most advanced and secured payment systems to merchants. The constant changes in technology in the industry drive Max to always learn and integrate the best and most appropriate payment solutions to keep the company’s clients on top of their game. As the founder and president of Paybotic, Max is responsible for the ongoing strategic and economic growth of the company.
Eveline Dang, Founding Partner
Since graduating with Honors from Babson College where she co-founded her business partner Max Miller, Eveline has focused her career on managing all executive aspects of Paybotic. Originally from Vietnam and has travelled to different countries where the payment industry witnesses different stages of growth, Eveline has a relentless desire to study the industry in depth to essentially be able to introduce the best payment solutions and systems to not just developing countries around the world but also U.S. industry verticals that have limited access to banking/financial services.