Everything listed under: Business Insurance

  • Spring Into Safety with Loss Control

    Spring Into Safety with Loss ControlI am sure most of us would agree that spring is such a beautiful time of year! Even though some of you may still be experiencing snow in your geographical regions, other areas are starting to show the early signs of spring, like the colorful heads of blooming flowers I've seen popping up around my home. So if you’re getting excited about emerging from your winter hibernation and trading in your winter coats and boots for shorts and sandals, you might also want...  Read More

  • Disaster Recovery Plan

    Disaster Recovery PlanNatural disasters can come in many forms, with the most common being related to windstorms, fire, and flooding. More tornados occur in the United States then in any other part of the world. While large scale disasters capture media attention, disasters can also be local in nature, such as electrical blackouts from lightning strikes or a vehicle collision with a power line.   Read More

  • 5 Snow Removal Contract Requirements

    5 Snow Removal Contract Requirements It’s no secret winter weather creates more opportunity for liability claims, especially slips and falls. If you own a business, commercial building, or manage property, contracting with a reputable snow removal contractor to clear your driveways and walkways can help eliminate many of these risks.Before the snow flies, a valid written contract is a must to provide the possibility to transfer liability to the contractor. There are five requirements you sh...  Read More

  • Business Income Coverage Can Save Your Business

    Business Income Coverage Can Save Your BusinessWhile most business owners are aware of the importance of insuring their buildings, personal property, and commercial vehicles, they often overlook a very important coverage – Business Income Coverage. For starters, it can be confusing to determine a coverage limit. And how does coinsurance work?   Read More

  • The Importance of Hiring Safe Drivers for Your Commercial Vehicles

    The majority of auto accidents are caused by driver error, whether it be following too closely, speeding, driving distracted, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or any other variety of reasons. As a business owner, you have control over who's operating your vehicles and you should take this responsibility seriously. Don’t underestimate the importance of making sure you are hiring a safe driver before you allow them to operate one of your fleet.   Read More

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