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Written by Adam Miller
Avoid These Common Business Insurance Mistakes

For business owners, having Commercial Insurance coverage is an important part of running a business since it offers financial protection and peace of mind in case disaster strikes. Unfortunately, not all business owners make wise decisions when it comes to what kind of policies are needed and how much coverage is needed. As a result, they could find themselves in a major financial bind when they do need to make a claim and discover they don't have the right kind of coverage needed.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Benefits of Hiring Professional Security for Your Business

As businesses approach the busy holiday season, it can become a stressful time for business owners as they prepare to host holiday parties, welcome an increase in shoppers, and offer a larger amount of merchandise and holiday specials. An important investment for many business owners is the hiring of professional security teams or off-duty police officers to monitor the property and provide extra security during a hectic time.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Lessons We Can Learn from Hurricane Nicholas

In a very short period of time, Hurricane Nicholas developed from a line of tropical rainclouds into a category 1 hurricane that hit the Texas coast this week. While the flood and wind damages were not as significant as with past hurricanes, it still left behind flooded properties, toppled structures, and large power outages across the coast.

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Written by Adam Miller
Are Criminals Targeting Your Business

With businesses facing all types of labor and supplier challenges right now, the last thing companies need is dealing with property damage or losses due to thieves and vandals. A single act of theft or property damage can cause thousands of dollars in repairs, or cause business operations to slow down. Some businesses might not even realize that they have made themselves an ideal target for criminals looking for an easy score.

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Written by Adam Miller
Four Signs That Your Commercial Property May Need Repairs or Upgrades

Businesses are often so focused on running their business and meeting customer demands that they don't take the time to notice the condition of their building or surrounding property until it's too late. In the hustle and bustle of running a busy restaurant, an owner might not notice new cracks in the kitchen tile floors, or a retail store owner might not see a new water stain on the ceiling of their backroom storage area.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Improve Security in Business Parks and Retail Centers

Crime is a growing problem across many parts of the state, particularly near businesses and busy retail centers. On an almost daily basis there are news reports of crime occurring at shopping malls, restaurants, banks, and grocery stores, with crimes ranging from robbery, assault, or car burglaries. With companies working around the clock to increase their revenue and deal with labor shortages, the last thing they need is to suffer losses or liability issues because of crime on their commercial property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is It Time to Amend Your Business Insurance

The past 18 months have been a time of uncertainty and changes for businesses across multiple industries. Many have had to tweak their business models, change their workflow and operations, and learn how to operate with ever-changing customer needs, health ordinances, and labor shortages. Although these changes have helped many companies survive the hardships of the pandemic, they may also impact business insurance policies by revealing gaps in coverage or needed adjustments in policies.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Hire Better Contractors for Your Business Repairs and Renovations

Over time, a business may find itself in need of a contractor to perform repairs, renovations, or replace key equipment or utility areas. For example, a busy restaurant may need to repair plumbing connections, or a retailer may need to replace damaged walkways or uneven flooring. In these cases, a contractor is needed, but it can be difficult to hire one that is trustworthy and performs quality work.

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Written by Adam Miller
Making Your Parking Lot Safer for Customers and Employees

Businesses rely on both employees and customers in order to make their business successful, so it's important that both are safe when they're on your commercial property. No employee or customer should ever feel unsafe when they're coming or going from a business, nor should they risk injury walking or driving on a commercial lot. With crime on the rise, it's more important than ever for businesses to take also initiative and work to minimize potential crime on their commercial property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Insurance Changes Needed When Your Business Switches to Brick and Mortar

Some of most successful businesses started off small, whether in home offices, garages, through online shops, food trucks, or farmer's markets. Over time a humble startup can grow and expand to brick-and-mortar locations, and with that growth comes important financial changes and decisions. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the insurance changes that arise when your business expands into a brick-and-mortar location, and how Aegis can help navigate those changes.

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