Tag: Restaurant

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...

Sexual Harassment Is Real

The EEOC just released the latest numbers relating to employment claims, and they remind us of the need for employment practices liability insurance. Retaliation was the most frequently filed charge with the EEOC in 2018, followed by race and disability. Sexual harassment charges with the EEOC increased by 13.6%, based on preliminary 2018 results. Monetary awards recovered for victims of sexual harassment increased by 47.4%....

Agritourism Risk & Reward

Agritourism is any activity that allows members of the general public on your farm property for recreational, entertainment or educational purposes. Agritourism activities include everything from a bed and breakfast, a corn maze, an educational field trip, a store or wine tasting, to “pick your own” and roadside farm stands. It is important to understand your increased liability, by having visitors on your property. Here...

Small Businesses Have Insurance Problems

According to the latest surveys by major insurers, small to medium sized Georgia businesses have a number of critical gaps in their insurance coverage. The reasons for gaps vary; not fully understanding how certain coverage applies to their business, buying insurance from a captive agent who can’t provide the coverage, thinking their commercial coverage provides the coverage, and finally believing they don’t have the risk....