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How Restaurants Can Prevent Lengthy Business Interruption

Restaurants have to rely on utilities and services like them to keep things running smoothly. There needs to be access to clean water for a number of uses, like cleaning and cooking, and access to

Contractors: Do You Know Your Minimum Insurance Requirements?

The construction industry is a thriving field that is in the middle of a huge boom in opportunity. Growth is expected to steadily rise over the next few years and cities like Portland and Phoenix

The Current State of Construction Insurance

The construction industry has seen a huge boon in recent years, working hand-in-hand with a growing economy. The industry is seeing growth in nearly every aspect including non-residential commercial

2018 Travelers Cyber Risk Index (Infographic)

What to Do if Your Restaurant Gets Sued

People who own and manage restaurants and cafes have plenty on their plate already. From having to focus on turning a profit to keeping employees happy and motivated, restaurant owners don’t want

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

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

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

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

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

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