Make sure your small business is able to keep running should you or an employee get injured or sick.
Also known as “slip and fall insurance” premise liability involves personal injury on your property. But an injury doesn’t mean you’re liable. We explain the nuances in this guide.
Aggregate limit of liability is one of the most important limits placed on coverage but what is it? We break it down to help you find the best insurance policy for your business.
If you sell or serve alcohol, you run a dram shop. Use this guide to understand dram shop laws and liquor liability so you can focus on growing your business.
A TULIP policy covers tenants and users of a property, usually in the case of an event. This guide will walk you through what you need to know about TULIP liability insurance.
Employers liability insurance covers employers should one of their employees (current or former) get sick, injured, or die in a workplace-related incident. This guide explains employers liability insurance and how it fits with workers’ comp.
States require small and mid-sized businesses to carry workers’ comp but there are exemptions for small businesses. Use this guide to learn more about workers’ comp exemptions.
This guide will help you understand what commercial auto insurance is, when you need it, and what (and who) it covers.
Whether you’re an exhibitor, vendor, or organizer trade show insurance can protect your business. Learn more about this type of special event insurance.
Commercial property insurance protects your own business assets in the case of damage or loss, but to what extent depends on your policy. Use this guide to learn about commercial property insurance.