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How To Protect Your Business Before Severe Weather Arrives

Although we can't predict every kind of major weather event or severe storm that could come our way, improved weather forecasts can give us a window of opportunity to take precautions and make plans. For businesses, preparation can be the difference between losing very little property or revenue versus suffering major losses and enduring lengthy closures. With many Gulf Coast and East Coast businesses facing impending storms and possible catastrophic damage, it's essential to protect your business as soon as possible.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Develop An Effective Fleet Safety Program

Any kind of workplace accident or injury will result in losses for a business, but few are as expensive or serious as those involving business fleet vehicles. According to statistics from the National Safety Council, losses involving fleet vehicles cost companies nearly twice the amount of average workplace injuries, $70,000 involving fleet vehicles versus $36,600 without. In order to better protect employees and reduce company risk, businesses need to develop an effective fleet safety program that helps promote a safer work environment.

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Written by Adam Miller
Understanding The Basics of Liquor Liability Insurance

Whether people are celebrating a birthday or anniversary, a new job or promotion, or just the end of a rough week, it's common for people to partake in an alcoholic beverage or two at a local bar or restaurant. Unfortunately, if people have had too much to drink and become intoxicated, this can lead to disastrous consequences such as altercations with other patrons or even a serious car accident. In these events, the bar or restaurant that provided them with alcohol could be held liable for damages and losses.

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How Safe Is Your Commercial Property For Customers and Employees?

Have you ever tripped on a floor mat in a restaurant or retail store? Have you ever had to walk in a poorly lit commercial parking lot or garage? Do you have to constantly step over computer wires and network cables at work? Many businesses do not realize until it's too late that buildings and commercial properties are not always safe for customers and employees. As a result, companies can end up with injured workers and customers, as well as costly and lengthy liability issues.

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Three Reasons Why You Need Quality Commercial Auto Insurance

More businesses than ever rely on commercial vehicles and company drivers to get the job done, whether it's delivering products and merchandise, making service calls, or transporting materials. While having well-maintained commercial vehicles is important in order to run daily operations, it's just as essential to have quality commercial auto insurance in place in case there are issues or accidents.

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Three Common Misconceptions About Homeowners Insurance

When you're in high school or even college, you might have the opportunity to learn about personal finance or money management, but there are no classes in life that teach about things like buying a home, financing a car, filing your income tax, or how insurance works. As a result, it's common for people to get confused or get conflicting information about how these concepts work, especially insurance because of its inclusions, exclusions, and terminology.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Three Key Areas Covered By Business Interruption Coverage

Business owners understand that any kind of business closure, no matter how short, can negatively impact their company and bottom line. Regardless of the cause, existing and potential customers may choose to take their business elsewhere, which can make it even more difficult when a closed business reopens. In these instances, having Business Interruption Insurance can be incredibly beneficial for companies that want to minimize the financial impact of their closure.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Ways Technology Can Help Businesses With Hurricane Preparations

This year's hurricane season is predicted to be another active one, so businesses can take proactive steps now to protect their company, assets, and employees now before a storm impacts our region. While some preparation can be largely physical in nature, such as securing outdoor property and reinforcing windows, other preparation can be done through the help of new technology. Our Aegis blog post today looks at three ways technology can help companies with their hurricane preparation to ensure they make a faster recovery.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Advantages of Offering Group Health Benefits To Employees

A company's success and growth is not just about having a quality service or product, but also having great team of employees in place to make it all run well. Employers are often searching for new ways to recruit the best employees possible and retain existing staff members to make that happen. One of the best ways to accomplish these goals is through offering Group Health Benefits to employees. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three key advantages for businesses in offering group health benefits to their employees.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Business Properly Covered For Utility Outages?

When severe weather, natural disasters, or an accident occurs, the end result can be a loss of utilities that impacts many business in the area. While your business might be protected through Commercial Insurance from some kinds of property damage or losses, you might not have the coverage you need if you lose utility services for a period of time, or if the utility outage causes damage to your business property.

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