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Here is the story of a contracting business that recently called us after receiving a $13,000 worker’s comp audit bill in the mail. This story should serve as a warning for what can happen when businesses try to DIY (Do-It-Yourself) their worker’s compensation insurance. Watch below or keep reading… The Wrong Way to Purchase Worker’s
Builder’s risk insurance, or as it is also known as, “Construction insurance,” covers a builder or contractor’s property, material, and equipment as it relates to a residential or commercial building or project under construction.
Workers’ compensation insurance, (a.ka. worker’s comp or workman’s comp), is the most overlooked small business insurance coverages. No matter how safe your business is, accidents can happen at the workplace and employees can fall sick while working. Workers’ compensation insurance provides coverage for both the sustainability of the business employer and the health of the
Commercial property insurance is insurance coverage that protects businesses against unforeseen events that may cause a loss to physical property. It is used to protect commercial property against threats like fire, natural disasters, and even theft. Whether you are a manufacturing, retail, service-oriented, or not-for-profit business, commercial property insurance can safeguard you from major financial
Getting the New York worker’s comp insurance coverage you need at the best price available in the market can be frustrating and time-consuming. This doesn’t have to be the case. There are a few things business owners need to be aware of and plan for in order to avoid common and costly mistakes in their
The outbreak of COVID-19 pushed a record high, 51 percent, of American workers to “Always” working remotely in April of 2020 according to an October Gallup poll. And while since April that percentage has dropped to 31 percent, it’s safe to assume remote work will be a major factor in the American workplace moving forward.
When we work with a first-time home buyer, often the expectations for what home insurance provides, how much it costs, and how you actually get it doesn’t match reality. Today we’re going to discuss those differences and what you can do to make sure you get the home insurance coverage you need. This short video
Are you receiving all the discounts and credits possible on your workers compensation insurance? Maybe, maybe not. There’s a good chance you didn’t realize workers comp had discounts and credits available. We find over 71 percent of our new clients had no idea discounts and credits existed, let alone how to receive them on a