Category: Business Insurance

Are You Liable for a Cyber Attack?

As more and more aspects of business are carried out and stored using the internet and cloud-based technologies, potentially sensitive information becomes more vulnerable to the threat of cyber attacks and security breaches that take place electronically. Such attacks can be costly, both immediately and in the long term, and unless you specifically have a cyber liability insurance plan, your enterprise could be forced to... Read Article

General Liability Insurance and Why Your Business Needs It

As a business owner, you take every step you can to ensure the safety of your clients and the quality of the products and services you provide. We can’t know every type of incident that can occur in the course of doing business, and general liability insurance provides vital protection for when it does. Not only will this coverage protect your financial health when something... Read Article

Sharing a Business Space? Know the Risks

Sharing a business space reduces costs but there may be hidden financial risks. If you are planning to share a space with another professional or business, it’s important that you are protected by the right type of insurance. Your current policy may not adequately cover your business if you plan to, or are currently co-working with another professional in your industry or related enterprise.  Sharing... Read Article

How to Survive a Business Interruption

While all business owners want their enterprises to be both productive and profitable, you may not have considered the costs associated with a business interruption. Your business interruption coverage can be added to your property insurance and this form of insurance is critical in keeping your business fully protected. It is impossible to predict every eventuality, particularly the damage incurred when a heavy storm or other disaster... Read Article

Seven Steps to a Safer Workplace

Business owners are responsible for keeping the workplace safe and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) compliant. But accidents still happen. When a worker, customer, or client is injured, it is not only upsetting but there are often long term consequences. All business owners can reduce risk and maintain a safer, healthier workplace by taking the following seven steps: Ongoing training. Every new employee must... Read Article

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