Did you know that most flood damage during the winter and early spring is actually caused by melting snow?
After their doors shut, many small businesses in the US had to figure out ways to get online and stay competitive during the pandemic.
In the rush to embrace technology and move online, it's likely that insurance was low on the list of priorities. The idea of adding another expense wasn't ideal either.
But the reality is online businesses face unique threats that could lead to an even greater loss of income than what this year has delivered so far.
If you own an online business, purchasing an insurance policy to provide protection against common risks makes good business sense for now and the future.
The holidays are an exciting time of year for all members of the household, but especially for your four-footed friends! It can be a challenge to keep the enthusiasm to a minimum with an energized pup or stubborn kitten, and once those decorations go up and the food comes out, there's really no telling what they'll get their little paws into.
General liability insurance is essential for many types of businesses. This coverage is particularly critical if your business is open to the public, rents or owns commercial property, works closely with clients or customers, or handles client property. Most new business owners buy a general liability insurance policy right away. However, it is not the only business insurance you are likely to need.
From late November to mid-January, the holidays bring good cheer and gatherings with friends and family. They are also a season when home accidents frequently occur. The following are some common holiday-related accidents, along with tips to help keep your family safe at home over the holiday season.