Blog Posts in June, 2016

  • Summer Heat Safety

    As summer begins, hot days become a normal occurrence. Employers must be aware of the heat and its dangers that accompany it. In 2014 alone, 2,630 workers suffered from heat illness, and 18 died from heat stroke and related causes on the job. OSHA has begun their annual summer campaign to inform and remind employers about their obligations to workers during these hot summer days. This informative ...
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  • Loss of Use

    If you are ever forced out of your home due to fire, earthquake, or any other natural disaster, your personal homeowners insurance policy may cover you. During the period of loss of use, be sure to save all receipts and document all bills; then contact us to find out how you are covered. Check out the article below to find out more about loss of use coverage and its benefits. ...
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  • Lack of Attribution Could Hurt Your Cyber Insurance Coverage

    When was the last time you reviewed your business’ professional liability insurance policy? Insurance policies are complex contracts that are similar to puzzle pieces in that they cover specific aspects of a business’ risks, with no one policy acting as a “one size fits all” solution. In many cases, business are required to purchase several policies in order to cover all of their unique risks. For ...
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  • How Small Businesses Can Learn From Target's Data Breach

    Many small businesses think they are not in danger from cybercrimes such as Target’s massive customer data breach because they do not have the amount of information that would make them a target for an attack. This is misguided, as the Target breach revealed several interesting details regarding the safety of cyber information and how businesses can be affected by breaches in many indirect ways. ...
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  • 2016 Risk Management and Insurance Review Tips

    As the old adage goes, “the only thing that is constant is change.” As the world changes with time, it is important you protect your business’ survival by adapting to changing circumstances accordingly. Reviewing your risk management and insurance program annually is critical to your long-term success. If your business has grown or downsized over the past year, it is important you consider the ...
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