Employee Safety and Business Insurance While Working Remotely

Woman in pajamas working remotely on laptop at home with her dog. With the current pandemic leading to lockdowns and orders to stay at home, many are now working from home. Beyond reducing exposure to COVID-19, there are many notable benefits for employees, such as flexibility, comfort, and savings on commute. However, this convenience comes with some risks to your business, such as the exclusion of business property coverage from homeowners insurance and liability exposure to visiting business associates. To ensure you’re protected from the added risks, learn to teach employee safety and understand your business insurance coverage while working remotely. [Read more…]

Getting Physical with Fitness Center Insurance

Getting Physical with Fitness Center Insurance When running a facility that deals with hefty machinery and members who strive to test their physical limits, it’s no shock that accidents occur. If exercise weights aren’t secure and end up falling on to a customer, your business might find the weight of accident liability falling onto their shoulders. When it comes to situations of liability, learn how fitness center insurance can help, from the smallest yoga studio to the biggest 24-hour gym. [Read more…]

Insurance Basics: What Exactly is Liability Insurance?

WInsurance Basics: What Exactly is Liability Insurance?hat exactly is liability insurance? Well, it is any insurance policy that protects an individual or business from the risk that they may be sued and held legally liable for something such as malpractice, injury, or negligence. Continue reading to learn the basics of what this type of insurance entails.

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Why Should a Business Protect Against Contractual Liability?

Business contract detailsOne heading in your general liability policy is Contractual Liability. Like all of the sections in your Business Owner’s Policy (BOP), it’s important to understand the purpose of this liability insurance, and why your company needs it. Contractual liability is when one party assumes liability on behalf of another through a contract between them. This coverage is supplied in most general liability policies. It can save you thousands of dollars in court fees if you know how this coverage works, as well as how to protect against contractual liability when it occurs. [Read more…]