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Three Ways Good Research Can Protect Your Family or Business

During grade school and college, students are often asked to write research papers or essays on a specific topic or book, and it's usually clear to teachers who did their research and who didn't. Those who take the time to do thorough research typically earn better grades because they have more information and understand the topic better. These same school lessons can apply to us as consumers now, because taking the time to do our research can result in smarter purchases and better investments.

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Three Ways To Reduce Driver Distractions

If you've driven a car any time recently, you may have noticed the growing problem of distracted drivers on streets and busy freeways. You might have had to honk at someone veering into your lane while they're texting, or you might have quickly slammed on your brakes because of distractions in your own car.

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Is My Business In Compliance With Labor Laws?

If you're a small business owner, you understand that there are many responsibilities and roles to juggle in order to keep your company afloat. You might be interviewing candidates for job openings, analyzing monthly financial reports, closing a big sale, communicating with vendors, and resolving client issues all in one day.

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Four Ways Winter Weather Can Impact Your Business

Although businesses along the Gulf Coast region are happy to bid farewell to the 2018 hurricane season, this doesn't mean that severe weather can't impact businesses during the cold winter months as well. Companies can be negatively impacted by such winter weather as ice, snow, heavy rains, lightning, and gusty winds, even if the weather occurs elsewhere in the country. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at four ways winter weather can impact your business, and how commercial insurance coverage can protect against possible losses or damages.

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Written by Adam Miller
Are Your Employees Making Your Business More Vulnerable?

Employees are a key part of any business, as they are the ones who perform services, manufacture or sell products, or promote the company. However, the same employees tasked with growing and improving a company are the ones who could potentially hurt it the most through careless or irresponsible actions. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at a few ways employees could make a business vulnerable by increasing liability risks or damaging company property.

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Three Upgrades That Can Make Your Business Safer

Upgrades can be fun or rewarding opportunities, such as being bumped up on your flight from economy to first class, or being offered a luxury suite instead of a standard hotel room. However, there are sometimes when upgrades are a necessity in order to improve your company's daily operations and safety, or to boost certain areas of your business that need improvement. In today's Aegis blog post, we'll look at three upgrades that can help make your company safer and reduce liability exposure for your business.

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Written by Adam Miller
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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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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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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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Business At Greater Risk In The Summer?

Although summer may mean a boost in sales or customer activity, it could also mean an increase in worker injuries, lost or damaged merchandise, or structural issues to your business. For a large number of businesses, summer can be the riskiest time of the year. Today's Aegis blog post looks at the ways businesses may be at a greater risk during the summer months, ways to minimize risks, and what kinds of Commercial Insurance may be needed.

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