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What is Paid Family Leave Insurance

Effective January 1, 2018, New York State required New York employers to provide eligible employees with Paid Family Leave (PFL). This requirement ensures eligible employees with 12 weeks of job protected, paid time off. The Paid Family Leave Act was rolled out 3rd...

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How Workers Compensation Insurance Protects Your Employees

Workers compensation insurance is required in most states, although the requirements vary. Having this insurance is an added expense, but it protects your employees. It also won't leave you on the hook for lost wages, medical bills and other out-of-pocket expenses....

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Why Workers Compensation Insurance Is A Must-Have

Business owners have to comply with all risk management standards set by local law. This usually includes a requirement to get workers’ compensation insurance. Many business owners don’t fully realize the importance of workers’ compensation insurance, and its critical...

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What are the Limits on a General Liability Policy?

General liability insurance policies are designed to protect businesses across industries against common risks, but not all of these policies are created equal. Most basic general liability policies cover $1 million to $2 million per occurrence. This means that if a...

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How to Insure a Commercial Vehicle for Personal Use

If your business often uses travel to operate, such as visiting clients or transporting equipment, you will likely need commercial auto insurance. Commercial auto insurance is an auto insurance policy designed to cover vehicles owned or used by a business for work...

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Does Liability Insurance Cover Bathroom Falls?

The bathroom in your store is likely one of the most-dangerous places for clients. One of its most-present risks is the chance of slip-and-fall accidents. If one occurs, then your business might bear responsibility for a client's losses. These losses, in turn, might...

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Confused About Workers Compensation? Study Your Industry

Your business likely will have to carry workers compensation coverage. This protection extends to your employees in the event they become injured or sick on the job. Most states require their businesses to offer workers compensation insurance to employees. Still, many...

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What a Business Owners Policy Does Not Cover

If you decide to compare business insurance for a small- or medium-sized company, insurers might offer you something called a Business Owners Policy (BOP). BOP insurance generally provides a typical package of coverage that includes property, liability and business...

read more

What is Paid Family Leave Insurance

Effective January 1, 2018, New York State required New York employers to provide eligible employees with Paid Family Leave (PFL). This requirement ensures eligible employees with 12 weeks of job protected, paid time off. The Paid Family Leave Act was rolled out 3rd...

read more

How Workers Compensation Insurance Protects Your Employees

Workers compensation insurance is required in most states, although the requirements vary. Having this insurance is an added expense, but it protects your employees. It also won't leave you on the hook for lost wages, medical bills and other out-of-pocket expenses....

read more

Why Workers Compensation Insurance Is A Must-Have

Business owners have to comply with all risk management standards set by local law. This usually includes a requirement to get workers’ compensation insurance. Many business owners don’t fully realize the importance of workers’ compensation insurance, and its critical...

read more

What are the Limits on a General Liability Policy?

General liability insurance policies are designed to protect businesses across industries against common risks, but not all of these policies are created equal. Most basic general liability policies cover $1 million to $2 million per occurrence. This means that if a...

read more

How to Insure a Commercial Vehicle for Personal Use

If your business often uses travel to operate, such as visiting clients or transporting equipment, you will likely need commercial auto insurance. Commercial auto insurance is an auto insurance policy designed to cover vehicles owned or used by a business for work...

read more

Does Liability Insurance Cover Bathroom Falls?

The bathroom in your store is likely one of the most-dangerous places for clients. One of its most-present risks is the chance of slip-and-fall accidents. If one occurs, then your business might bear responsibility for a client's losses. These losses, in turn, might...

read more

Confused About Workers Compensation? Study Your Industry

Your business likely will have to carry workers compensation coverage. This protection extends to your employees in the event they become injured or sick on the job. Most states require their businesses to offer workers compensation insurance to employees. Still, many...

read more

What a Business Owners Policy Does Not Cover

If you decide to compare business insurance for a small- or medium-sized company, insurers might offer you something called a Business Owners Policy (BOP). BOP insurance generally provides a typical package of coverage that includes property, liability and business...

read more

What is Paid Family Leave Insurance

Effective January 1, 2018, New York State required New York employers to provide eligible employees with Paid Family Leave (PFL). This requirement ensures eligible employees with 12 weeks of job protected, paid time off. The Paid Family Leave Act was rolled out 3rd...

read more

How Workers Compensation Insurance Protects Your Employees

Workers compensation insurance is required in most states, although the requirements vary. Having this insurance is an added expense, but it protects your employees. It also won't leave you on the hook for lost wages, medical bills and other out-of-pocket expenses....

read more

Why Workers Compensation Insurance Is A Must-Have

Business owners have to comply with all risk management standards set by local law. This usually includes a requirement to get workers’ compensation insurance. Many business owners don’t fully realize the importance of workers’ compensation insurance, and its critical...

read more

What are the Limits on a General Liability Policy?

General liability insurance policies are designed to protect businesses across industries against common risks, but not all of these policies are created equal. Most basic general liability policies cover $1 million to $2 million per occurrence. This means that if a...

read more

How to Insure a Commercial Vehicle for Personal Use

If your business often uses travel to operate, such as visiting clients or transporting equipment, you will likely need commercial auto insurance. Commercial auto insurance is an auto insurance policy designed to cover vehicles owned or used by a business for work...

read more

Does Liability Insurance Cover Bathroom Falls?

The bathroom in your store is likely one of the most-dangerous places for clients. One of its most-present risks is the chance of slip-and-fall accidents. If one occurs, then your business might bear responsibility for a client's losses. These losses, in turn, might...

read more

Confused About Workers Compensation? Study Your Industry

Your business likely will have to carry workers compensation coverage. This protection extends to your employees in the event they become injured or sick on the job. Most states require their businesses to offer workers compensation insurance to employees. Still, many...

read more

What a Business Owners Policy Does Not Cover

If you decide to compare business insurance for a small- or medium-sized company, insurers might offer you something called a Business Owners Policy (BOP). BOP insurance generally provides a typical package of coverage that includes property, liability and business...

read more