Why Surety Bonds Are Important for Contractors
Depending on where your construction business sets up shop, the industry can be boom or bust. Some parts of the country are seeing exponential growth in terms of population and commerce, so new buildings and maintenance of those buildings need to be done. Cities like Phoenix, Houston, Raleigh and Portland are on the rise and
Common Mistakes in Insurance for Contractors
When it comes to choosing the right insurance as a contractor, you’re probably faced with a number of options and a number of questions. How do you know which one is right for you? How do you know what exactly you need? There are a number of factors that you have to consider and it
When Are Restaurants Liable for Accidents, Injuries and Illnesses?
Restaurants, like any job site, may be dangerous places for both workers and the customers who dine there. There are a number of accidents and mistakes that can happen, bringing about injury and possible legal issues for restaurant owners. Many instances that can cause injury or illness can be prevented, but they can also be
Beware of Hazardous Materials Lurking in Drywall
Installing and repairing drywall in a home or commercial property is an important part of renovation and construction. However, the dangers of working with drywall and its health exposures have come under scrutiny over the years, and rightfully so. Drywall contains toxic substances that can lead to further damage to a resident’s or worker’s overall
Why Do Contractors Need Their Own Insurance?
Independent contractors carry a lot of possible risk and potential liabilities with their operations, possibly holding over some of that risk to the business owners they are working for. From injuries to property damage, all parties involved face possible legal issues that can ruin a contractor’s reputation. A good line of defense to protect against
What Is Coinsurance for Commercial Property or Homeowners Insurance?
In regards to Commercial Property or Homeowners Insurance, coinsurance is a bit of a misnomer. In health insurance, it means you are literally coinsuring part of each claim up to a certain dollar amount. In property insurance, it's a bit different. In the video below, I will attempt to explain it in layman's terms.
Everything You Need to Know About Insuring Restaurants in Alabama
Shopping for restaurant insurance in Alabama is challenging if you don’t first know your exposures. There are many different types of insurance available, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed when you don’t know what you really need or don’t need. Below are a few of the most common exposures we see restaurants experiencing.
How to Manage the 3 Most Common Risks Faced by Every Business
If you own a business or are an executive or CFO for a company or non-profit, then you understand what we mean by business risk. We do believe there are three common categories of risk faced by almost every business: Loss of Property Lawsuits or Liabilities Employees In each category, we will describe what exposures to watch for, but also steps you may take to prevent or reduce the likelihood and impact of these threats to your bottom line!
How to Select the Right Insurance Agent
Ask These Four Simple Questions When Interviewing Insurance Agents