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December 8th, 2017 by Partners Risk Services

Cyber Liability Insurance Can Help Your Business Recover

Almost every business has a cyber liability exposure, and most businesses are securing some form of coverage to protect them from these types of threats.  A recent report by a leading insurance firm said that purchases of cyber insurance grew over 30% in the last year.  Did you know that an average business has a greater chance of having a cyber breach than it does... Read Article

How to Minimize Holiday Risks

A Personal Insurance Update November is here and that means the holiday season has started.  Over the next number of weeks, holiday activities will consume much of our time.  This is also the season when homeowners have insurance claims for fire, burglary, theft from vehicles, and even auto accidents. Now may be the best time to have us review your personal insurance in order to... Read Article

Don’t Let the Company Holiday Party Turn Into an Employment Claim

Company Holiday Parties Increase Risks Your company Holiday party was going great, and everyone was having a wonderful time.  Except one of the female employees said that a manager touched her and made un-wanted advances.  Now she is filing an employment liability claim.  This is a scenario that no one wants to happen. Your business insurance many not cover this lawsuit unless you have employment... Read Article

Cyber Risk Tips

Cyber risk is a topic that keeps evolving. At this point, we believe that every business needs to have cyber liability insurance. The methods that the cyber criminal’s use is always changing and we are constantly researching the latest prevention trends. Cyber Risks Are Growing Russian hackers recently stole over 2 billion online names and passwords. Home Depot had millions of customer credit cards stolen.... Read Article

Make Your House Safe For Trick-Or-Treaters

Halloween is fast approaching. All kids love to dress up, get together with friends, and go door-to-door hoping to find the full size candy bar. A little pre-planning can prevent unfortunate accidents that could turn out to be tragic for kids and trying for you. Here are some pointers for ensuring your house is a safe place for trick-or-treaters on Oct. 31. Pets first. Dogs,... Read Article