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Tag: Commercial Property Insurance

How Much Commercial Property Insurance Does Your Business Need?

Your commercial property insurance is a critical piece of protection that will safeguard your business against huge financial losses. No matter what industry you are in, you have a multitude of possessions that are of great value. When a break-in, theft, fire, wind event, flood, or water damage happens to your business and you are dealing with equipment that has been stolen, damaged, or broken,...

Guard Your Business & Employees From Winter Weather Hazards

As cold weather swoops in for the season, you can protect your business and employees from winter weather hazards by having the right business insurance policies in place. Freezing temperatures, ice, and snow bring risks that can prove to be financially devastating. The III (Insurance Information Institute) reports that last year, winter storms resulted in an estimated $3.5 billion in insured losses. Business Insurance Protection Your...

Sharing A Business Space? Know The Risks

Sharing a business space reduces costs, but there may be hidden financial risks. If you are planning to share a space with another professional or business, it's important that you are protected by the right type of insurance. Your current policy may not adequately cover your business if you co-work with another professional in your industry or related enterprise. Sharing the costs of overhead can be...

Coverage Check: Is Your Property Protected Against Vandalism?

Vandalism may not be the first issue that comes to mind when you think about your commercial insurance. Unfortunately, this concern is very real and can lead to serious destruction of your property. It is often expensive to repair, and acts such as graffiti can have far-reaching consequences for your business. Why Commercial Property Insurance is Crucial Even a single act of vandalism can directly impact your...

Protecting Your Business From The Dangers Of Winter

The winter months bring in weather systems that can lead to heavy property damage as well as a higher incidence of employee illness, power outages, and the possibility of weather-related closures. Sub-zero temperatures can lead to burst pipes and flooding and leave business owners dealing with an expensive clean-up. These dangerous conditions can also increase the risk of employees, customers, or clients slipping and falling...