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Why purchase commercial insurance? The more appropriate question is why not? Businesses from small to behemoth are breeding grounds for lawsuits over liabilities you would never even have thought of in a million years. These liabilities multiply exponentially if you are running a pizza business. Imagine this, you put a staff behind a wheel and have them deliver pizza door to door. From point A to B, this staff could hit anyone and anything, deliver stale pizza that would later on be blamed for a bad case of food poisoning, or be accused of burglary simply because he happened to be the only person a homeowner could remember lurking in the vicinity. Clearly, if you’re a business owner, commercial insurance should be your best friend. The articles in this section all relate to commercial insurance.
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What Is Builders Liability Insurance And Why You Need It?Posted by James Foster. Published on May 19, 2010 Builders and contractors working on construction sites follow safety norms and standards to avoid workplace accidents, injuries, and damages. Yet accidents may occur in spite of all precautions. Why Your Business Needs Liability InsurancePosted by Gemma-Leigh Garner. Published on Jul 30, 2009 It's no secret that today's society is increasingly litigious. We've all heard the stories of outrageous settlements for hot coffee that burned someone, a gun that went off when the trigger was pulled and flammables that burned when they were set on fire. Sba Surety Bond Program For ContractorsPosted by Paul Fork. Published on Jul 04, 2009 It seems lately that surety bonding information has been hard to come by. Besides higher rates as well as sureties deciding to stop writing certain bonds, there really hasn't been any exciting news until now. The SBA is going to bring relief to contractors by expanding their bonding programs. Event Organizer Insurance – A Must-have For Your Events BusinessPosted by Patrick T Martin. Published on Jun 10, 2009 Running an events organizing business is a tricky job. The last thing you want to have to worry about is being claimed against because of an accident if something went wrong or you gave the wrong advice. That is why you need to have Event Organizer Insurance. It's very simple to buy and could save you stress, time and money if the unexpected was to happen. Why Director's Liability Is Important Coverage To HavePosted by George Edmondson. Published on May 31, 2009 A company's liability does not end with just the product it produces, but also the actions of its workers, from employees on up. The human factor for error, misrepresentation, and other liable acts can cost a company everything it has invested if not properly covered with proper liable insurances such as director's liability. Special Insurance Issues For Restaurant OwnersPosted by David Crump. Published on May 17, 2009 Owning your own restaurant may be your opportunity of a lifetime. A restaurant business is also an intense insurance risk. A realistic plan to reduce your risk coupled with insurance protection can help keep your dream a safe investment. Special insurance issues include: kitchen fires, slip & fall lawsuits, food related lawsuits, liquor liability, property risks, employee injury lawsuits. General Liability Insurance For Small BusinessPosted by Linda M Ford. Published on May 14, 2009 Make sure that your business is covered by liability insurance in the event of legal action. This is not only necessary but can save you money if something does go wrong! Hole-in-one Golf InsurancePosted by Norman A Bates. Published on Jan 06, 2009 Hole-in-one insurance is extremely popular among golf organizers and country clubs alike. So if you are an organiser or a country club that would like to arrange a hole-in-one golf tournament and want to offer amazing prizes like holidays or cars then this insurance is for you. Tips For Purchasing Business InsurancePosted by Billings Farnsworth. Published on Dec 15, 2008 Just like your home, your business needs to be protected in the event of fire or other types of damage. However, business insurance can be a pricey proposition for a new business owner who may not have the necessary capital to invest in properly protecting the facility. Liability Insurance Could Save Your Business From Financial DisasterPosted by James Cochran. Published on Nov 12, 2008 Company liability insurance safeguards businesses from various allegations of negligence, but it may also protect them from having to absorb the fees associated with defending a frivolous lawsuit. While attention to quality control and seamless risk management procedures can reduce the risk of lawsuits, no organization can completely eliminate the possibility that a claim will arise. Litigations, even the most ludicrous pursuits, can lead a company down a path of financial disaster. Go to page:
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