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Posted: April 15, 2019
Business interruption insurance is designed to cover income lost when an event beyond your control forces you to close your business temporarily. This extra layer of protection goes beyond common business insurance policies. For example, if a fire in your office forces you to shut down temporarily, property insurance will cover the damage from the fire, but not the loss of income. The lost income...
Posted: January 17, 2017
As cold weather swoops in for the season, you can protect your business and employees from winter weather hazards by having the right business insurance policies in place. Freezing temperatures, ice, and snow bring risks that can prove to be financially devastating. The III (Insurance Information Institute) reports that last year, winter storms resulted in an estimated $3.5 billion in insured losses. Business Insurance Protection Your...
Posted: May 2, 2016
While all business owners want their enterprises to be both productive and profitable, you may not have considered the costs associated with a business interruption. Business interruption coverage can be added to your property insurance; this form of insurance is critical in keeping your business fully protected. It is impossible to predict every eventuality, particularly the damage incurred when a heavy storm or other disaster damages your...
Posted: January 15, 2016
The winter months bring in weather systems that can lead to heavy property damage as well as a higher incidence of employee illness, power outages, and the possibility of weather-related closures. Sub-zero temperatures can lead to burst pipes and flooding and leave business owners dealing with an expensive clean-up. These dangerous conditions can also increase the risk of employees, customers, or clients slipping and falling...
Posted: February 2, 2015
A restaurant is a valuable asset, and restaurant owners invest a great deal of money into their operation. The costs involved in installing cooking fixtures, correct venting, guest areas, and computer systems is significant. Once purchased and installed, you want to protect these assets should an unexpected event such as a fire, break-in, or flood occur. Restaurant insurance is essential, and it must be a...