Tag: Commercial Insurance

Commercial Property Insurance

Most every business owns business property, and may also own the building in which you run your operations. Property insurance protects the physical assets your nonprofit owns – such as computers, office equipment, buildings, furniture, fixtures, and other property. Every business should have a comprehensive property insurance portfolio to respond to the many risks associated with property ownership. Property policies offer many unique kinds of...

We Know Restaurant Insurance

Restaurant Facts According to the National Restaurant Association, in 2014, restaurants employed over 14 million people and achieved over $600 billion dollars in sales.  Restaurants accounted for about 45% of the total dollars spent on food, and 45% of adults said restaurants are part of their daily life. This is good news for the restaurant industry because it means that there are a lot of...

Get Added Protection

Umbrella Insurance Many businesses and people are unsure what an umbrella policy is or what it covers. Partners Risk Services is here to help. We will explain the basics of Umbrella Insurance and the benefits to you and your business. When you are outside and there is a light rain or breeze you generally don’t need or want an umbrella. However, if it is pouring...

How To Prepare Your Business For Summer Interns

Many businesses offer college students the opportunity to hold a summer intern position. These can be rewarding for the college student as well as provide some help to the business. Offering paid or non-paid internships can create risk for your business. We wanted to highlight some of the business risks associated with having interns. Before you bring that person on board, make sure your business...

Are Rideshare Drivers Covered By Their Auto Insurance?

Are Rideshare Drivers Covered By Their Auto Insurance? If you drive your personally owned auto for Uber, Lyft, or even a pizza delivery company, your personal auto insurance will not provide the coverage you need, should you be involved in an accident.  Uber and Lyft are "rideshare" services that compete with taxis and more traditional car transport services. These companies do not own or operate...