Vendor insurance for one day is now available for small businesses. Here’s everything you need to know about your short-term policy options.
Tag: Insurance 101
You’re probably wondering: what types of insurance does your small business need? These eight categories of coverage can help protect your company from a range of risks.
The short answer: ISO is the standard-setting body for insurance. For the longer answer on how this entity affects your coverage, read on.
So you’ve filed an insurance claim. What happens next? Here’s the insider’s guide on how insurance companies evaluate and pay out claims.
Are you a graphic designer, house sitter, or management consultant? Protect your livelihood with General Liability insurance to ensure you’re covered against claims of bodily injury, property damage, and personal injury to others.
Knowing what to look for when you’re comparing general liability insurance quotes will help you choose the best policy for your business. Start by asking yourself these six questions.
The concept behind excess liability and umbrella insurance is that you can never be too careful (or too insured!). Our guide describes the subtle difference between the two and how this coverage works in practice.
Claims involving libel, slander, and false arrest occur more often than you might expect. Here’s what you should know about personal injury, the risks it poses to your business, and how to protect yourself from these claims.
If you’re wondering just what risks are covered by products and completed operations insurance (and why you need it), you’ve come to the right place.
The way your clients work is changing. Make sure your business insurance arsenal includes on-demand coverage that fosters long-term loyalty (while saving you precious time).