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How to Make Your Restaurant Safer for Customers and Employees

After a challenging year, people across the country are venturing out in greater numbers to their favorite restaurants, bars, cafes, coffeeshops, and bakeries. With this larger number of both customers and employees comes the added worry of injuries, accidents, and other liability risks that restaurants must face. In today's Aegis blog post, we discuss ways restaurants and other food service establishments can make their businesses safer for employees and customers alike.

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Written by Adam Miller
Why You Should Always Use Insured Contractors

Winter Storm Uri brought catastrophic weather conditions to Texas, causing billions of dollars in damages to buildings across the region. As a result, thousands of property owners needed immediate repairs and contractors for their plumbing, electrical, and construction needs. Unfortunately, some property owners have fallen victim to scam artists and uninsured crews who claim to be professional contractors but end up creating bigger headaches for property owners.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Commercial Landlords Can Impact Your Business

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Written by Adam Miller
Understanding the Importance of Equipment Training

Companies of all industries rely on equipment, tools, or vehicles in order to run their daily operations. Whether it's a company computer, industrial kitchen mixer, or delivery truck, workers must know how to operate special machinery or equipment in order to complete their tasks, but always with safety in mind. The focus of today's Aegis blog post is understanding the importance of thorough training for employees on how to safely operate and handle special machinery, equipment, tools, or company vehicles, and how that safety training ultimately benefits businesses.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Reasons Why Your Company Needs Business Interruption Insurance

Running your own business presents a significant number of challenges and concerns on a daily basis, from hiring to marketing to production to expenses. It just takes one major loss or catastrophic event to completely wipe out revenue gains and company growth, which is why it so important that businesses are prepared to bounce back quickly when disaster strikes.

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Written by Adam Miller
What Lessons Businesses Can Learn from Winter Storm Uri

Last week, Winter Storm Uri wreaked havoc across the entire state of Texas, crippling the state's electrical grid and leaving millions of residents and business owners without power, water, or access to basic services. As the winter weather dissipated and businesses regained power, some returned to find costly damages and losses due to broken water lines, spoiled merchandise, and collapsed rooftops.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Ways to Lower Your Business Utility Expenses Each Month

Businesses of all industries are looking for ways to improve their bottom line and grow their business despite the challenging economy. While every company is looking for ways to increase foot traffic and promote their goods and services, there are always monthly utilities to pay to keep the business running. Unfortunately, business owners are often too busy with daily operations to notice the hidden fees, rate increases, or service changes that can make utility costs much higher than they should be.

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Written by Adam Miller
Do You Know All Your Business Risks

When people talk about the risks that come with starting and running a business, they often focus on the financial risk that comes along with it, such as commercial leases or construction, payroll, taxes, equipment, inventory, and monthly expenses. However, there are other important risks to consider so that your business is well prepared to mitigate those risks and avoid major pitfalls. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at important risks to be aware of so your business is protected financially and is prepared in case disaster strikes.

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Written by Adam Miller
Common Misconceptions About Cyber Liability Insurance for Restaurants

Restaurants of all sizes face various liability risks, whether it's employee injuries, customer accidents, or food-related liabilities. One risk that is growing for many restaurant owners is cyber liability, which occurs when sensitive customer data is accessed or stolen by hackers, or when secure company networks are compromised. A breach in data can lead to angry customers or vendors because of the loss of valuable data and financial information.

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Written by Adam Miller
Understanding the Basics of Business Owners Policy Coverage

Although the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted many facets of the U.S. economy, one thing that remains steadfast is our great American entrepreneurial spirit, with many people still eager to pursue their dreams of starting their own business. Those interested in starting a business will quickly learn that Commercial Insurance is an important part of any business operation. In today's blog post, we provide a basic overview of Business Owners Policy coverage to help entrepreneurs on their way to business ownership.

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