Company parties and events can be a great way to thank employees and customers for their hard work and to celebrate important business milestones. But they also can increase the chances your business will face a liability claim.
The biggest... (Read More)
If you lose your credit, debit or ATM card, how difficult would it be for someone to clean out your account? Easier than you might think.
More than one-quarter of all credit and debit card passwords could be guessed by attempting just 20... (Read More)
Not having enough of the right kind of coverage can be devastating to a company in the event of a loss. Here are three important areas of coverage that many businesses don't think about enough:
Liability. Check with your insurance company... (Read More)
Is insurance an integral part of your long-term financial strategy?
It certainly should be. Many people overlook the exposure they may have as a result of inadequate insurance coverage. But without the right amount and type of insurance, a major... (Read More)
Co-signing student loans for your child? You may want to consider a life insurance policy, too.
As the cost of a college education continues to climb, many parents today are co-signing student loan agreements. But some families have... (Read More)
It's a fact: Nearly 40 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors after a disaster like a flood.
When it comes to floods, many people don't realize their business insurance policy doesn't cover water-related damage. Others don't... (Read More)
You own a small business with only a few employees. Do you really need employment practices liability insurance? The answer is most likely yes. Called EPL for short, this is a vital coverage designed to protect your company from a variety of claims... (Read More)
Have you given much thought to your garage door lately? The garage door is the biggest and heaviest moving item in most homes, and more than 20,000 people each year are injured by them. That's why we wanted to share with you these important safety... (Read More)
Each year, tens of thousands of small businesses cope with damage from fires. Sadly, a number of these companies never re-open. That's why taking steps to reduce the risk of fire at your business is such a smart thing to do. But it also can save... (Read More)