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Questions You Should Ask Yourself About Your Personal Insurance

Everyone needs some level of personal insurance. Most purchase auto insurance, homeowners or renters insurance, life insurance, and maybe personal umbrella coverage. There are many choices that at times you may wonder which is best for you and your family.  We put together a list of questions you might think about as you consider your personal insurance. We always recommend you review your personal insurance...

Is My Business Covered in the Event of a Cyber Attack?

Small business owners are not exempt from the risk of a cyberattack. The loss of customer data is a financial disaster, and with cyber incursions becoming more common, and hitting even the largest companies, from banks to retails to online giants with extensive security, it is well worth ensuring your business has adequate cyber insurance. The Costs of a Cyber Breach The financial losses a...

Commercial Insurance Keeps Your Business Running

Small businesses account for 89 percent of all companies. A small business is one that employs fewer than 75 people. In reality, most small businesses have seven or fewer employees. When you own a small business, it doesn't take much to derail it and force you to close your doors. Having the right commercial insurance can provide you with the protection you require to survive.  Trying to keep...

Top 3 Business Insurance Myths

Insurance is essential in today’s economic environment. We have health insurance in case we become ill or injured. We carry auto insurance so we can legally drive and for protection in case of a crash. Businesses are no exception to the rule. If you own a business, you need the right kinds of business insurance coverage to protect it. The following are common business insurance...

If You Blog, You May Need Professional Liability Insurance

Every business is advised to have a blog, but does this come with risks? Surprisingly, yes. A blog may mention a specific company, competitor, or include claims regarding results, and under the right conditions, could lead to a lawsuit. Companies that make promises about what they can achieve can be at high risk. What if the advice is taken, with no result, or a bad...