Do Haunted Attractions Need Insurance?

A haunted attraction in Orlando, Florida. A haunted house with a red hue, meant to signify the need for haunted attraction insurance.What’s scarier than witches, ghouls, and ghosts? Having someone become injured at your haunted attraction without the right protections in place. Many thrill-seekers come out this time of year, but if they’re not careful, they can encounter the wrong type of scare. The same is true for those in charge of performing the scares. If you plan to host a frightening evening for guests, make sure you know whether your haunted attraction needs insurance and the steps you can take to keep everyone involved safe and having fun. [Read more…]

How to Avoid Falling Victim to Contractor Fraud

A hammer lying next to bent nails. A failed attempt at hammering nails into a board, meant to represent contractor fraud.Home repairs, renovations, and remodeling are pricey, and finding someone to do the job within your budget can be challenging. However, cutting corners when hiring a contractor can cost you more than your potential savings. Shady contractors often take advantage of regions recovering from hurricanes or suffering from price inflation to cash in on substandard or incomplete work. While most contractors work in good faith, you should learn what it takes to avoid falling victim to contractor fraud for the sake of your wallet. [Read more…]

What to Do If COVID-19 is Discovered in The Workplace

Two members of a professional sanitation crew clean the surfaces of a restaurant in hazmat suits after COVID-19 was discovered in the workplace.COVID-19 is a microscopic adversary, making it extremely difficult to detect its presence until it’s too late. Despite the measures your business takes to defend against the virus, there’s always a chance of an outbreak – an employee can contract it outside of work, a sick patron may disregard their quarantine, or the virus can travel into the establishment via a delivery. No matter how the contamination enters your business, it’s important to know what to do If COVID-19 is discovered in the workplace. [Read more…]

The Importance of Weather Insurance

Planning an event is stressful in and of itself, with all of the planning that goes into it you don’t want to let anything fall through the cracks. There are certain things that you can’t change such as the weather, but there are things you can do to make up for it. Learn more about weather insurance, and how it will benefit you on the day of your big event.

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Why Do You Need Boat Insurance?

While having fun on your boat is ideally the goal, safety is always the number one priority. The moment a driver steps behind any wheel, whether it’s on land or in the water, there is always a chance of an accident. Just like owning a home or automobile, you need to have boat insurance in order to protect yourself from any liability or damages that may occur due to an accident. Understanding and learning exactly what is covered under a typical boating insurance policy can make all the difference.

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Insurance Needed in the Gig Economy

Insurance Needed in the Gig EconomyThe new Gig economy is radically shifting how people live and work as people embrace freelancing and flexibility. Gig workers are contractors who can jump from one client to another and will often find work through large networks that make it easy for a client to find people with the right skills. Being able to quickly change between work and leisure, as well as being able to work from anywhere, has become very appealing to people who enjoy travel or need flexible scheduling. [Read more…]