3 Ways Business Owners Can Protect Themselves Against Lawsuits

Posted on: 25 November 2017

As a business owner, you have a lot of different things that you have to worry about. For example, one thing that you could be concerned about is your business being sued, and you could be wondering if it's possible for you to protect yourself and your company. Here are a few tips that can help. 1. Separate Yourself From Your Business First of all, you may want to do what you can to protect yourself personally.
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What Would Make Your Business Insurance Rates Go Up?

Posted on: 24 November 2017

The cost of operating a business takes in a number of expense line items. Some of those major expense line items include payroll, payroll taxes, payroll benefits, occupancy fees, utilities, etc. One additional expense line item, but one that is most needed, is that of business insurance. Specifically, the purchase of business insurance to cover any vehicles that belong to the business is particularly needed. The reason for acquiring good business insurance for the vehicles owned by the business is to protect the fleet and employees, replace the fleet if there are accidents, and protect the company from loss and possible litigation if involved in an accident.
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Finding The Best Insurance For Your Needs At A Fair Price

Posted on: 23 November 2017

When it comes right down to it, auto insurance is one of those things we can't be without but wish we did have to have. The money paid out month after month is tough, especially for drivers that have never been in an accident. But without the insurance, you would have no protection if someone hits you or your car malfunctions and you are in an accident as a result of it.
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How To Prevent Work-Related Injuries For Telecommuting Workers

Posted on: 22 November 2017

Telecommuting workers are entitled to workers' compensation benefits just as workers on your business premises. Unfortunately, you may not be able to control your telecommuting workers closely enough, and this increases their risk of injury. Take the following measures to reduce the risk of injuries for your telecommuting workers and also mitigate your exposure to workers' compensation claims from such employees: Create a Telecommuting Policy One of the dangers of telecommuting workers is that they often have considerable leeway on how they can work and the tools they may need to do the work.
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