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Thursday, March 23, 2023Severe weather is unpredictable and can be devastating. Tornadoes, windstorms, severe rain and floods can damage your business. In many cases, you may very well have to close your business in order to make repairs. If your business is severely damaged, the financial losses can be devastating. READ MORE >>
Thursday, December 19, 2019Your small business needs insurance to protect your assets, both physical and financial. Insurance industry jargon is confusing. As you shop for a business insurance policy, you will see many new terms. Here are seven that are useful to know: 1. Primary Policy - This is the first policy that covers an incident. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 21, 2018Running a business means creating a friendly, welcoming environment focused on the customer. No one should feel unsafe by entering your business. Still, should something happen to them, they might blame the business for their losses. Your commercial general liability insurance could help cover customer losses. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 19, 2017Most companies have a significant amount of assets. Take a look around your location. You have furnishings for employees to work on and in which to store items. You have computer equipment and other technology. You have inventory or products that you are selling or using to create products to sell. READ MORE >>
Thursday, July 21, 2016One of the biggest phenomenon transforming how businesses engage their customers are social media platforms. From Facebook to Twitter to Instagram, businesses are reaping the benefits of having a direct line to their customers, including the ability to remedy customer complaints and create targeted marketing campaigns. READ MORE >>
Thursday, February 4, 2016When purchasing business insurance, your goal should be to choose policies that offer coverage designed to minimize the risks your company faces or could face in the normal occurrence of day-to-day business. Keeping that in mind, think about your property's utility lines. READ MORE >>