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Many cyber insurance policies cover only claims of damages to third parties caused by a cyber attack on your business.  Depending on the nature of the information stored in your business's network (e.g., credit card/bank account numbers, etc.), this type of insurance may be essential in paying the costs resulting from a breach. READ MORE >>

The owner may have explicit rules preventing its use by other parties. In an effort to ramp up your marketing efforts, maybe you've taken a more active approach to Internet and social media to promote your business, possibly using attention-getting visuals, such as images, charts and videos. READ MORE >>

If your business decides to create a new LLC, corporation or partnership, everything may seem the same—the people involved, the equipment used, the building occupied, the nature of the work done, etc. But you shouldn't assume that the new entity is covered by your current entity's liability insurance. READ MORE >>

Has your hobby turned into a source of sales income? Important considerations regarding your homeowners insurance policy need to be made once you’ve decided to take the leap toward becoming your own boss through direct sales. READ MORE >>

A certificate of insurance (cert) is one of the most commonly requested documents in contract bids. It acts as a snapshot of coverage to verify that a policy exists, and it lists key policy features, such as the effective dates of coverage, types of coverage included, and amounts of coverage. READ MORE >>

Cyber hacks are on the rise, cyber criminals are getting smarter and more daring, and there’s seemingly no end in sight. Over 50% of U.S. businesses have experienced a cyber attack in the last 12 months and the costs associated with these breaches can cripple a business if it doesn’t have a cyber insurance policy. READ MORE >>

Your business’s legal liability for injury to a third party may fall under one of a variety of insurance policies. Here is a quick look at some of the most common liability protections business owners may need. Employers liability and workers compensation insurance provide coverage for an employee’s work-related illness, injury or death. READ MORE >>

Lenders require that properties in designated flood zones be covered by flood insurance. But owners of property not in a designated flood zone should not be lulled into a false sense of security. Many businesses are susceptible to damage caused by floodwater or mudflow, even when they aren’t in a flood-prone area. READ MORE >>

Whether you’re the lessor (the building owner) or the lessee (the business renting the property), commercial leases and their insurance provisions and requirements need special attention. Before signing a commercial lease agreement and buying insurance, be sure to get answers to four big questions: READ MORE >>

We certainly think pollution insurance is “a must” for refineries and any business with emissions; however, pollution liability isn’t just assigned to these industries anymore. It’s steadily creeping into nearly every type of construction, installation and product man... READ MORE >>

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