Archive for the ‘Commercial Umbrella Liability’ Category

Employment Liability Insurance Protects Your Business

Sunday, November 11th, 2018

Reasons Why Your Business Needs Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) If you have employees you are exposed to potential employment liability claims. Employees know their rights and employers should stay informed and keep up to date on employment related issues.  An EPLI policy covers claims made against directors, officers, employees, the company and its subsidiaries….Read More

Key Insurance for Property Owners and Managers

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018

Key Insurance for Property Owners and Managers According to the latest surveys by major insurers, property owners and managers have a number of critical gaps in their insurance coverage. The reasons for the coverage gaps vary; not fully understanding how certain coverage applies to their business, buying insurance from a “captive agent” who can’t provide…Read More

Management Liability

Sunday, September 16th, 2018

Management Liability We live in a time where lawsuits are common. Private firms are no longer immune from litigation involving employees, competitors and even the government. Management or professional liability insurance is not just good business; it is as necessary as heating and lighting are for your office. Statutes and state & federal regulations are…Read More

Manage Your Business Insurance Program The Right Way

Thursday, June 28th, 2018

A Business Insurance Update You buy commercial insurance to protect your business from the unforeseen events that might cause a claim, damage, or loss.  Commercial insurance provides the financial resources necessary to help your business recover from a covered loss.  We will review your exposures to risk and compare these to your current coverage.  If…Read More

How Cloud Computing Changes Cyber Risk Exposures

Saturday, June 16th, 2018

Cyber risk and cloud computing is a topic that keeps evolving. In a recent study, 40% of companies thought they did not need cyber liability insurance. Many thought cyber liability was covered under their business insurance policy. And others thought that if they used the cloud to store client’s information that they had no risk….Read More

Business insurance 101

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

Keeping your business moving forward requires a lot of your attention. Every one of our clients wants their business to grow and to have their assets and resources protected. It is important to invest in tools and resources that will allow your business to thrive in 2014. Having the right kind of business insurance is…Read More

Is Your Business Covered For Employment Practices Liability?

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

A Business Insurance Update Today more than ever employees know their rights under the law. Over the years, the United States has created many federal laws and statutes to protect the rights of individuals including; Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title I and Title V of the Americans with Disability Act…Read More

Cyber Risk Prevention

Monday, March 12th, 2018

Cyber Risk Insurance Cyber liability coverage (for data breaches) has evolved from just insurance for information technology companies to coverage that nearly every type of business should carry. From retailers, property managers, banks, contractors, distributors, restaurants and medical offices, many businesses are unaware of the severe data breach exposures they face. Any business not making…Read More

Is Your Property Management Business At Risk?

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

A Business and Risk Update Businesses purchase commercial insurance to protect against the unforeseen costs related to a claim, damage, or loss.  Commercial insurance provides the financial resources necessary to help your business recover from an insured loss.  As your business grows, so does your risks.  As societal norms change, your business risks also change….Read More

How To Protect Your Business From Fraud

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

A Business Insurance Update Companies prepare for and manage many forms of business risks from the traditional ones such as fire and flood to the emerging types including cyber, dishonest acts of employees, and even insider fraud.  Industry experts have found that the cost of an average fraud loss averages about $50,000 (The Association of…Read More

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