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Tuesday, March 23, 2021General liability insurance is a basic yet important policy designed to cover accidents that occur frequently when it comes to running a business. Whether you have a physical location or an online store, general liability insurance can protect you against financial loss related to a lawsuit. READ MORE >>
Friday, December 11, 2020Your business’s commercial insurance portfolio must contain coverage for your property assets. However, it must also protect you against the liabilities present in your business setting and through your operations. If problems were to harm others, then it might be your responsibility to compensate those affected. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 Most business owners buy commercial insurance to help them out of tough financial situations. But besides benefiting the business itself, coverage can also benefit others. It can help business owners compensate others when they accidentally harm them. It can go a long way towards making your business more reliable and responsive to client needs. READ MORE >>
Monday, July 15, 2019You never want a customer to experience a problem with your business services. However, there is no guarantee that they won’t. And, if someone experiences a problem in the business, then they might blame you for the problem. That’s why you likely need liability insurance. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 13, 2018 Public entities have unique types of building structures. That is, they have different commercial property insurance risks. They also can be a bit more difficult to manage in terms of risks. These structures tend to have very high values. They also have different risk exposures than similar business properties. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 15, 2018 Many businesses today are turning to independent contractors. These are non-employees that provide comprehensive services, often at a lower cost than a full-time employee. Independent contractors operate as a separate entity from your business. They are not your direct employees, but they perform work on your company's behalf. READ MORE >>